The son of hardcore Southern rap mogul Get good at P, Romeo enjoyed lots one R&B/rap hit along with his debut single, “My Baby,” released in 2001, once the rapper (then referred to as Lil’ Romeo) was only 11 yrs . old. “My Baby” emerged near topping Billboard’s all-inclusive Scorching 100 graph, where it peaked at number 3. Alongside Lil’ Bow Wow, who was simply also enjoying exceptional debut success because the period, Romeo proved a sizable marketplace been around for clean-cut preteen rappers with pretty appears and PG-rated rhymes. In following years, he set up himself as an professional on Nickelodeon and in addition demonstrated a talented golf ball player. Delivered Percy Romeo Miller, Jr., on August 19, 1989, in New Orleans, Romeo was raised in a family group described by rap music. Not merely was his dad, Get good at P, a mogul — he was the creator and most well-known react of No Limit Information, perhaps one of the most incredible commercial success tales from the documenting industry through the past due ’90s (if critically lambasted) — two of his uncles (Silkk the Shocker and C-Murder) had been also well-known rappers. Romeo’s debut record, Lil’ Romeo (2001), premiered soon after the No Limit empire experienced fallen right into a condition of shamble, and even though it only couldn’t salvage the label’s declining fortunes, it had been a windfall achievement, spawning a high Three hit solitary (“My Baby,” an interpolation from the Jackson 5’s “I’D LIKE You Back again”), heading platinum inside a week’s period, and going to sell approximately two million copies. A follow-up recording, Gametime (2002), adopted a year later on and outsold its forerunner (selling approximately two . 5 million) despite peaking of them costing only quantity 33 within the Billboard album graph and spawning no main hits. Romeo’s following recording, Romeoland (2004), included materials from his Television show, Romeo!, and offered only a portion (we.e., 25 % million) of what his earlier record acquired. Greatest Hits (2006) implemented, bringing his times as Lil’ Romeo for an unceremonious close; he’d thereafter go exclusively with the name Romeo. A set of albums, Lottery and God’s Present, had been also released in 2006, the previous Internet-only; neither demonstrated commercially significant, spawning no charting singles (though movies were produced for a couple music, including “U Can’t Glimmer Like Me”). In 2007 Romeo collaborated along with his dad on the recording Hip Hop Background, billed towards the Miller Boyz; previously he previously collaborated along with his sibling Adolescent V and cousins Lil’ D and C-Los within the recording Adolescent Ballers: The Hood Been Great to Us (2005), billed towards the Rich Boyz.