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Cymphonique Miller
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Miller on a magazine cover in 2012
Background information
Born (1996-08-01) August 1, 1996 (age 22)
OriginLos Angeles, California, U.S.
New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.[1]
  • Singer-songwriter
  • actress
Years active2007–present
Associated acts

Cymphonique Miller (born August 1, 1996),[2] known professionally as Cymphonique, is an American singer-songwriter and actress. She is the daughter of Percy Robert Miller (also known as Master P) and the sister of Romeo Miller (a.k.a. Lil' Romeo). She is best known in the acting world for her leading role as Kacey Simon on the Nickelodeon sitcom How to Rock.


Early career and guest appearances[edit]

Miller has performed on several national tours and in theme parks across the United States. She has also toured with Raven-Symoné, Ashley Tisdale, Demi Lovato, JoJo, Wonder Girls, College Boyys and Elizabeth Tselepi.

She was a finalist in Radio Disney's Next Big Thing but came in second place to Jasmine. Her songs "Butterflies", "Lil Miss Swagger" and "Daddy I'm A Rockstar" received airplay on Radio Disney. The music video for "Lil Miss Swagger," released when she was 12 years old, received more than 11 million YouTube views. Miller has guest-starred on Big Time Rush, True Jackson VP, The Troop and Just Jordan.[2]

Music and acting careers (2011–present)[edit]

In 2012, Miller starred in and contributed to the music for the Nickelodeon series How to Rock.[2][3]

The show lasted one season. She sings the theme song of Winx Club, an Italian animated series on Nickelodeon, and was also the voice of Princess Krystal on the show.[4] She is featured on the Big Time Rush song, "I Know You Know".[citation needed]

In 2011, Miller was nominated for "Best Female Hip-Hop Artist" at the BET Awards.[5]

On July 7, 2012, Miller performed the half-time show at the Los Angeles Sparks' Girl Scouts night at The Staples Center.[6]

Miller appeared on Mad TV, in numerous national commercials, and in public service announcements.[7] In 2013, she released a mixtape entitled Passion.[8][9]

The same year, she appeared in the film The Demsey Sisters alongside Lynn Whitfield and Denyce Lawton.[10]


Studio albums
Title Details Track list
  1. It's My Party
  2. Talk to Me
  3. Slow Down (feat. Clyde Carson)
  4. How It's Supposed to Feel
  5. Turn Up Time
  6. It's Your Birthday
  7. Independent
  8. Thinking About You
  9. Unhuman
  10. Do It Right
  11. Murda She Wrote
No Days Off
  1. Since Jordan
  2. Drippin'
  3. Hold You Down
  4. Can't Wait
  5. South Beach
  6. Rain Drops
  7. Air 2 Fire
Year Single Album
2008 "Takin' Over" N/A
2009 "Lil' Miss Swaggar" Fabulous Girl
"All I Want For Christmas" N/A
"I Heart You" Fabulous Girl
2011 "Only You Can Be You (with How To Rock Cast)" Non-album singles
2012 "Move With The Crowd (with How To Rock Cast)"
"All About Tonight (with How To Rock Cast)"
"Nobody Like You (feat. Jacob Latimore)"
2013 "It's My Party" Passion
"Talk To Me"
"Turn Up Time"
"Murda She Wrote"
"It's Your Birthday"
"How It's Supposed To Feel"
"Do It Right"
"Thinking About You"
"My Everything" Non-album singles
2014 "Baby Baby"
2015 "Change"
"Thinking Bout You (Feat. Ace B)"
"Rain Drops" No Days Off
2016 "Been Through It All (Feat. Moe Roy)" N/A
2017 "Drippin" No Days Off
"Hold You Down"
"Since Jordan"
2018 "Do Dat Dance" TBA
As Featured Artist
Year Song Other artist(s) Album
2009 "I Luv You" Lil King N/A
"Butterflies" Fabulous Girls Fabulous Girl
2012 "Show Me" Miss Chee N/A
2016 "You Need Me and I Need You" Master P The G Mixtape
Promotional singles
Year Song Album
2012 "Let's Dance" N/A
"Uh Uh"
2013 "Slow Down" Feat. Clyde Carson Passion
2016 "South Beach" No Days Off
2017 "Into You" N/A
"Between Us" Feat. Jeremih
Guest appearances
Year Song Other artist(s) Album
2010 "I Know You Know" Big Time Rush BTR
2012 "Sleigh Ride" Nickelodeon Cast Merry Nickmas
"Deck The Halls" How To Rock Cast
2013 "Holding Back The Years" Master P The Gift
2016 "U Need Me Louisiana Hot Sauce
2017 "Thinkin' About You" Ace B47 Ace Of Spades
2018 "What U Do" Tony Montana, Kay Klover Balls & My Word
"What U Do" Master P, Kay Klover Tony Montana
Music videos
Year Song Director
2009 "Lil' Miss Swaggar"
2010 "Soldier Girl"
2011 "All That (Feat Romeo Miller &Lil P-Nut)"
"Daddy I'm A Rockstar"
"Only You Can Be You (with How To Rock Cast)"
2012 "Nobody Like You (feat. Jacob Latimore)" Master P & Hak
2013 "It's My Party" Hak
"Murda She Wrote" Hak
2015 "Thinking Bout You (Ft. Ace B)" Benmarc
2017 "Drippin Josh Sikkema
Hold You Down" Unknown
"Since Jordan" Unknown
As featured artist
Title Year Main artist(s) Director(s)
"Butterflies" 2009 Fabulous Girls
"Something" 2011


Year Title Role Notes
2007 Just Jordan Karla Episode: "Fist of Funny"
2007 Scarecrow Joe Molly Short film
2008 Internet Dating Kid 1 Direct-to-video film
2008–09 Phineas and Ferb Holly Recurring voice role (Seasons 1–3)
2009 Opposite Day Kid Judge Foggerty Independent film
2010 True Jackson, VP Bernadette "Bernie" Episode: "True Magic"
2011 The Mo'Nique Show Herself Guest star
2011 Big Time Rush Kat Episode: "Big Time Girl Group"
2011 The Troop Sharla Hammer Episode: "The Prisoner of Lakewood"
2011 Winx Club Nova Recurring voice role (Season 3)
2012 How to Rock Kacey Simon Lead role
2012 Figure It Out Herself Panelist
2012–13 Winx Club Princess Krystal Recurring voice role (Season 5)
2013 The Dempsey Sisters Tina Dempsey Film
2014–present Cattlehands Rowza Sayrizi Voice role


  1. ^ Walker, Dave (February 4, 2012). "Cymphonique Miller stars in 'How to Rock'". Retrieved February 18, 2012.
  2. ^ a b c Arceneaux, Michael (May 23, 2011). "Cymphonique Miller Scores New Nickelodeon Series". BET. Retrieved June 20, 2011.
  3. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (May 23, 2011). "Nickelodeon Picks Up 'How To Rock' Series Starring Cymphonique With 20-Ep. Order". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved June 20, 2011.
  4. ^ "Global Hit Animated Series 'Winx Club' Comes To Nickelodeon, Starting June 27". TV by the Numbers. June 9, 2011.
  5. ^ "Cymphonique nominated for "Best Female Hip-Hop Artist" at the 2011 BET Awards". May 18, 2011. Retrieved July 4, 2011.
  6. ^ "Los Angeles Sparks promotional calendar". July 7, 2012. Archived from the original on June 22, 2012. Retrieved July 8, 2012.
  7. ^ Miller, Cymphonique. "Official Site - Cymphonique Miller - Me". Retrieved 2012. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  8. ^ Bennett, Rachel (July 17, 2012). "Exclusive Interview: Cymphonique Talks 'How to Rock' and Summer Tour". J-14. Retrieved April 19, 2014.
  9. ^ Video on YouTube
  10. ^ "Trailer: 'The Dempsey Sisters' Stars Cymphonique Miller, Denyce Lawton, Lynn Whitfield". Retrieved August 15, 2017.

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