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WKPJB Radio Open Mic Featuring Jamillions

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WKPJB 1039 The Indie Storm

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Hailing from San Rafael, California, Jamillions shared his youth between sunny Northern California and the cold of Anchorage, Alaska. Between the two very diverse and varied environments is where Jamillions honed his R&B/Pop talents. 

Pursuing music when his peers were not became a big challenge for Jamillions. It forced him to go outside of his comfort zone and find the other musicians and producers to help him along his career.  Some of those musicians and music industry affiliates include people like Eric Hudson (Kanye West, Leona Lewis), Too Short, Traxamillion (Keak Da Sneak, E-40), Mistah FAB, and many others. Two of Jamillions songs have received spins on 94.9 KYLD, 106.1 KMEL in San Francisco

His music played on Radio stations from the Bay Area to Japan and all over the world which lead to Jamillions releasing two albums in Japan that reached the top 5 in the Japanese R&B charts, while his single single “Love you like I do” stayed at #1 for 4 weeks toping Ne-Yo’s single ‘Beautiful Monster’. 

Additionally, Jamillions signed to a label in Japan called Starbase Entertainment who had licensed his albums “Almost Famous” and “9”. Jamillions has also had his music play on TV stations like MTV, VH-1, and E True Hollywood.  His song “Time Machine” aired as the theme song for the reality show: ‘T.I. and Tiny: A family Hustle seasons 1, 2, & 3.’ ‘Basketball Wives’, ‘The Real World: Washington Heights’, ‘Single Ladies’, ‘The Kardasians’ and many other hit Reality Shows have all played songs written or recorded by Jamillions.

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