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From Lil' Romeo to Boss: Romeo Miller's A Hollywood Power Broker Romeo Miller is a boss.
On Tyler Perry's, "Madea's Witness Protection," Miller is not only starring in the film as "Jake," the victim of an investment Ponzi scheme, but is also an executive producer on the film.
Miller, at 12 years old, executive produced his first music videos. "My dad's philosophy was to know everyone's job and be the boss," says Miller.
"You put out more work, but at end of the day you get the project done the way you want it done. She can sing, dance and act: She's a triple threat," says Miller.
You get the product you want." On this day Miller is in Hollywood, Ca. Of course the role is not a stretch for Miller, who recorded his first album at 12 and has six rap albums to his credit. While Miller's father is still the boss in the Miller family, Romeo Miller is the under boss.
on the Paramount Pictures lot filming his sister, Cymphonique's show, "How to Rock. He is the oldest of his eight siblings and credits his parents training him to be an example to his brothers and sisters as keeping him on a responsible path. He sees himself as paving a road that his brothers and sisters could use to achieve their goals in Hollywood as his sister Cymphonique has done at Nickelodeon.
But his closest confidant remains his father, whose advice rings in Miller's head whenever he is faced with a decision.
Those are words to live by; words that, if followed, will ensure that Romeo Miller will always be a boss.
"You have to know everyone's job from the director's job to the actor's jobs and make sure it's all running smooth." And "Madea's Witness Protection" is not Miller's first foray into bossdom. Miller's father, Percy "Master P" Miller, who in the early 1990s launched No Limit Records in the San Francisco area, in later years took it in New Orleans and eventually built No Limit into a multi-million-dollar company, taught Miller how to be a boss.
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Romeo Miller and his youngest brother Mercy Miller pose in College League Apparel, a brand that is described as being 'more than just a clothing brand....' This year, the clothing line is launching its first College Boyys back-to-school campaign called "I Am The Next". =) Whoa Romeo got allot of lil brothers and sister Romeo Miller recently sat down with Essence for a one on one interview that you can check out below.