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Album Review

Don't call it frat rap because the appeal is so much wider, but rapper Jake Miller is obviously influenced by Asher Roth, Sam Adams, and Macklemore, and offers the same kind of bright swagger and quick wit. Fast forward to the middle of this EP and that wide appeal overflows with "A Million Lives," a track combining a Dave Matthews-style backbeat as Miller raps/reads a letter from a fan who was recently diagnosed with cancer. He's got the talent to pull it off, and even when the rest of the material is aimed right at the radio, he's really just a rapper with a natural pop heart and it wouldn't be honest to call any of this forced.

Biography

Born: 28 November 1992 in Weston, FL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '10s

With a pop-rap style influenced as much by John Mayer as Macklemore, rapper Jake Miller (born Jacob Harris Miller) first emerged while still a student at the University of Miami. Miller got his start in high school, posting videos online from his Weston, Florida home. In 2011, he self-released his debut EP, Summer Session, and performed his first live gig, opening for Snoop Dogg. His second EP, Spotlight, arrived in 2012. After signing a deal with the E1 Music label, he released the Road Less Traveled...
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