Nassau, Bahamas -
By online video
views alone, Bahamian rapper Shon Millz, born Owen Elliot, could fill the
Thomas A Robinson stadium three times.
With over 60,000
video hits on YouTube, Shon Millz’s has a virtual fan base that reaches beyond
Bahamian shores. His style is being compared to more seasoned Hip Hop artists,
some say a cross between T.I. and Drake.
Not to be
confused with a young rapper free styling on your radio, Shon Millz has
certainly separated himself from the rapper stealing beats to the musical
artist worth listening to. Just ask his thousands of subscribers and online
fans. His singles, such as “She Know She Bad” and “Number One Fan” combines for
“I believe that I
have great talent. My online fans are a testament to that. I believe that I can
be a force to come across within the venture of music industry,” Shon Millz
Inspired by his
parents’ separation when he was a year old, Shon Millz began rapping at age 11.
He used music to promote happiness and meaning in his life.
graduating from high school, Shon Millz released his first mixed tape in 2008.
His first single, “She Know She Bad,” from the up and coming album broke into
the United States and is gaining attention from around the world.
unsigned, Shon Millz is attracting several A&R agents, including Bahamian
singer and producer, Margaret “Believe” Glynatsis, A&R Director of
Veal-Steen Music Publishing-Bahamas division.
“His sound is
definitely unique to what we hear in The Bahamas. He could very well be a cross
over artist into the pop culture movement,” said Ms. Glynatsis.
Shon Millz is
getting attention from independent labels, as well.
To hear more,
visit his Facebook or Youtube pages, both tagged by “ShonMillzMusic.”
Introducing Bahamian vocal talent, Shon Millz