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Jae Millz

Performing at General Motors Place concert in Vancouver in January 2009.
Background information
Birth name Jarvis Malls
Born September 11, 1983 (age 26)
Origin Washington Heights, New York
Genres Hip hop
Years active 2000–present
Labels Young Money, Universal Motown
Associated acts Lil Wayne, Mack Maine, Birdman, Nicki Minaj, Tyga

Jae Millz (born Jarvis Mills; September 11, 1983) is an American rapper currently signed to Young Money Entertainment.


Early years

Millz was born in Harlem, Manhattan, New York City.[1] His rapping abilities gained him a spot on a DJ Kay Slay mixtape.[2] Millz gained popularity in mixtape battles (most notably against Murda Mook, Sire Castro, and E-Ness). Millz' underground popularity earned him a recording deal with Wanna Blow Ent.[3]

Jae Millz was the first artist signed to Tone & Nige's Wanna Blow Ent. label. Due to the hype surrounding Jae in late 2003, Wanna Blow signed a distribution deal with Warner Bros. Records.[4] Despite the popularity and hype, Warner Bros. failed to deliver an album, leading to Jae Millz and Wanna Blow departing the label. They immediately reached a deal with SRC Records and Universal Records.[5]

Music career

Back 2 Tha Future (2006)

In March 2006, Jae Millz released his first full-length album, Back 2 Tha Future[6] The album was released through Wanna Blow/SRC Records/Universal and was the first release through this venture. The album contained the hit singles, "Make 'Em Clap To This," and "Its Whateva" with Fat Joe.[7]

The Time Is Now (2007)

On February 13, 2007, Millz' second release, The Time Is Now, was released.[8]. This album features the singles, "Tha Future," "Harlem Uptown," and "Gangster"

Zone Out Season (2007)

In December 2007, Jae Millz returned with his third release.[9]. This album features the hit song, "Holla at a Playa," and "The Dopest."[9]. Due to a lack of promotion of his music, Jae Millz and the Wanna Blow camp would leave SRC Records and Universal Records only weeks after the album's release.[1]


Jae Millz sign onto Lil Wayne's Young Money Entertainment.



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