New single from Millz Lamont
serves as realization of lifelong dream
IRVING, TX – MIllz Lamont is the kind of artist that most aspiring musicians want to become. He’s ambitious and has never once given up on his dreams. He’s versatile and original. And he’s a lyricist whose words are leaving an impact on people all over the world.
The hip hop artist and entrepreneur was born in Detroit, MI but was raised in Atlanta, GA. He recently moved to Irving, Texas. He faced many life challenges over the years. But always driven to achieve his goals, he built himself a solid financial foundation to take care of his loved ones and to professionally continue his music. Over the years, he has refined and developed his skills and talents through continuous lyrical compositions and creation of catchy beats. Propelling his career to new heights, Mills established his own music company, High Society Music Group LLC, with a vision to provide quality music by showcasing a higher way of thinking. He currently has two other artists besides himself on the label, and all of them are working with booking agents to line up some shows over the next few months.
“We’re about to make a statement,” Millz said. “I want to be known as the guy who just gets on the music and kills it. I’ve never given up on my dream and my passions and I continue to do what it takes to take it to the next level. It may not always go the way you plan, but there’s always a chance to live out our dreams if you never give up on them. That’s the type of artist I want to be – the guy who never gave up on his dream. Someday, I want to win a Grammy and influence millions and millions of people who share similar dreams. That’s the pinnacle, and a lot of messages in my music will echo that.”
His most recent offering to the world is a club hit called “All of These Dancers.” Like many of his songs, Millz takes a common perception and flips it on its head with this new song. In this particular case, he’s talking about strippers and the hard work and hustling they do just to make ends meet.
“It’s a club song but instead of degrading women, it’s uplifting them,” he said. “When I stop and try to understand what they’re doing, it makes them more attractive to me. There are too many songs out there today that put women down or degrade them, especially strippers. So I took a different approach. I’m uplifting women who are strippers because they’re doing whatever they have to do.”
Millz has two other singles set to drop later this fall – “Temperature” and “Put Up or Shut Up.” The first is slated to land in September while the second should release before the end of October.
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