C.h.a.m.p survives through life experiences and critical damage. He hopes to rise to the top of the music industry.
Nathaniel Glen Miller Jr. was raised in Mesquite, Texas. He was attracted to music from a young age. He was multifaceted and talented and was well-known as a footballer with a promising future. All that changed on August 31.st2019, when a bullet punctured his skull. He recovered from his near-death experience and went back to basics. Therapy helped him regain motor skills. As a way to lighten his darkest hours, music became a greater purpose in his daily life. Rehabilitated, he adopted C.h.a.m.p (Change Happens At My Pace), aka Baby Debo, with new perspective and passion for pursuing his goals as an artist.
Within the space of only 3 months, his talent shined through his EP’s “Paper Route” and “YOLO” which to date has surpassed 100,000 streams across streaming platforms. His achievements have exceeded that honor. C.h.a.m.p’s viral single “Baby Debo” has broken the 40,000 views mark within just one month of it’s release. His unique flow and clever rhymes have made him a rap artist that is captivating the industry. C.h.a.m.p was not afraid to unleash his potential and became the CEO of IER Entertainment.
While fans are still soaking up his EP’s, C.h.a.m.p has been teasing a November release of his album, “Therapy,” set to open fans to his world and experiences that makes him the greatest artist in the making. C.h.a.m.p, although new to the game is already making waves. His fanbase will expand internationally if he is consistent. Follow the future superstar and stream his catalog as he finishes his album.
“Baby Debo” Music Video: https://youtu.be/J2i3FVG7OVE?ltclid=