Micki Miller is one of four siblings, born to pastors in South Bend, Indiana. At the early age of 5 years old she began playing drums for the church Youth Choir mesmerizing audiences across the nation. With the support of her parents, she evolved creatively mastering piano, songwriting, and producing. Miller's first EP, Love Letters, covers the spectrum of love from her perspective. Whether divine or trivial Miller leaves no area of love unaddressed.
Since the 2013 release of her first EP, Micki continues to release music showcasing her collaborations and covers to her streaming audience. No Alcohol feat. Heyzeus (Nothing Even Matters/ Cranes In The Sky Cover) is a sultry echo the iconic duet performed by Lauryn Hill and D'Angelo describing the to natural high and subsequent withdrawal experienced between lovers. Call Me (Prod By Jay D'Andre) showcases the warmth Miller's alto tone, theory, and signature style locked into the base infused street chic groove. Additionally, Miller continues to create albums that deliver her vibe to audiences around the world. Her storyline is intentional, flowing sonically, receiving rave reviews. Miller's 2016 release, Summertime Chi.
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