From Lyrical brutallity & hater dissin songs link "That Way, "I Gladly Except" "Haters" "All i Know" "How We Get Donw" "Death To Chilmo (Pleasure P Diss)" & "Could Never" to real life songs like "Don't Bring Em Round Here", "Jo Miller Xposed", To Make Loot" "Listen To Yo Heart" & October 26, 2007. Patty songs like "The Body Shake" & "Good Time & to my lost loved ones, I have "Neva 4Get U" To the ladies that's going through the struggle, i have "It's Gonna Be Alright." I also have songs that express emotion like "The Rain" & Get Into Yo Mind". Over all this album has catchy songs according to a fan & it gives you all of the above.
Jom Rapstar's Autobiography:
From recording on cassetts to CDs & mp3s, I've had my share in expierence in recorded & from Selling CDs in local music stores to having Mp3s on itunes, amazonmp3, Rhapsody (including yahoo music among others, I came a long way from rhymin with no beats to Making mp3s & CDs over professional beats. The ringtones & music videos on major retailers & vinyl are my next move. I was born 4/21/1985 OHSU Hospitial in Portland, OR. My dad left my mom when my brother was born, so I was raised by my mom until I was 3 when she was homeless, so my great aunt took me in raised me til I was almost 9. During that time, I was always rowdy & got into trouble in school when I was going to Woodlawn Elementry School. Over a month b4 I turned 9, my father took me & my brother from my great aunt & Grand parents & took us to Everette, WA. I still got in trouble in school, but I cooled down some on that as I got older. 3 months later, my dad started abusing & molestin me (I'm not going into any detail on that even tho I never spoke publicly about being molested by my dad except in July1998, But the same thing happened in june 1998 & june 1994) My dad also beat me with a fishing pole & made me stand in a sitting potition. My dad's xwife's parents always hit me in the face & just like my dad, they made me go without food as a punishment for bad behavier. (Don't judge me) I got an interest in Hip Hop in 2001 when my brother plaid Eminem's "Marahal Mathers LP". It was a song he did about a fan wno writes him 3 letters then drives off a bridge (I thought thas was funny to watch). That was when I lived in Ohio. After the first year of rappn, I got better @ it tho i wasn't eble to record or rhyme over beats until I came back to Portland, Oregon (my birth place) I was rhymin on micro cassettes aftes someone stole the first tape I recorded over cassio beats. My raps were about evil until 2006 when i stopped recording on cassettes & started puttin my songs on CDs & mp3s. I graduated High School from Marshall in June 2004 & Finish a Transition Porgram in 2006 in Portland, OR. I worked @ New Season Market 7corners from 2006 til 2010 (January that is) sorting bottle returns & Georgia Pacific stocking papertowels & tp. 4 2 months & I'm now on SSD due to my disability. Meanwhile I've finished my debute album "Jo Miller Xposed" 'which feature's the lead single "it's Gonna Be Alright" This is just an overview of Jom Rapstar & the musical history. I've also appeared on The Showcase 79 mix tape mixed by DJ Smoke & coast2coast Djs & The Showcase 143 staring Slip & Slide recording artist Duece D & mixed by DJ RPM & The Underground fix Volume 24 all 3 courtesy of coast2coast mixtapes. I’d played shows @ The Wounder Ballroom, Satyricon, Liberty Hall, Jade Lounge, Rock Around the Clock, Watershed PDX, BC’s Bar & Grill, & The Backspace in Portland, OR. I also did countless open mics in Portland OR over the course of my career: That’s Pub At The End Of The Universe 40+ times, Airplay Cafe 5+ times, Ladd’s Inn 100+ times, Hawthorne Theatre 30=times, & Alberta St Pub 3 times. I’ve got a fanbase exceding 2,000 & my live performance attendences range from about 5 to 40+ audience members present during my set. Jo Miller Xposed was released December 21, 2010 through Miller Entertainment, a label I own. I am currently working on promoting my debut album & putting together my sophmore LP "My Journey Thru Life".