Young Miller ‘The Last Don’ (Legacy of the Great Master P)
Posted November 30, 2012 by ladysalt68 in Artist
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Young Miller‘The Last Don’ Though the original No Limit soldiers are no longer on the front lines, the second generation of troops is still holding down the fort. Raised in the ranks of one of Hip-Hop’s most powerful clans, Douglas Michael Miller (a.k.a. Billionheir Trump) is now taking the family business to higher heights. The 24-year-old nephew of Master P Billionheir Trump says that growing up with No Limit Records CEO Master P taught him how to survive and be a winner in the Entertainment Business. “P showed me some of the ropes in the business and with that I will succeed by keeping my family morals and values first.” After being robbed at gunpoint in his hometown, New Orleans, the youngster left the Calliope Projects at age 12 to live with his uncle Master P, who is also his mentor, in Beverly Hills. “My mom decided New Orleans wasn’t for me,” says Trump. “P called her up and got me a ticket straight to L.A.” After moving to the West, Trump had trouble adjusting due to the language barrier, however eventually adapted to his surroundings. “When I first checked in school, my accent was real deep so none of the kids could understand what I was saying,” he says. “It was an uncomfortable feeling, I stood out. But after hanging out, I got along with everybody and things worked out cool.” Having penned his own poetry and rhymes since age 10, Trump reunited in L.A. with his cousins, including Master P’s son Lil Romeo, and under P’s tutelage, they formed a rap quintet Rich Boyz. Independently releasing their only LP, Young Ballers—The Hood Been Good to Us, in 2005, the group toured briefly and even appeared on 106 & Park, until Hurricane Katrina hit that same year and halted promotional plans. With the band now disbanded Billioneir Trump is determinded to make his mark as a solo MC.