Roksta is a mixed Caucasian / African American rapper/singer from the Northwest. He began onto his mission of being a rapper/singer at a very young age by listening to all kinds and different forms of music that peaked his interest. Before his musical inspirations from his night life and always being surrounded around good music at different various night clubs, popping bottles with models, A lot of people around him would ask " What music is new and hot right now ?" Reason being is they knew that he had a good sense and taste in music , which, he more then likely inherited some of his gifted talents from his father, Sheldon Miller, once,a drummer for the well-known piece of historic band known as Parliament-Funkadelic(The 70's thang).
Roksta soon then realized he wanted to make music of his own for the passion he had for it. Though there were a lot of skeptics around him, he just ignored there daunting remarks and focused on one thing and one thing only,The "MUSIC!" "If you make good enough music (says Roksta) they will listen and that’s all that’s important, you can forget the rest."
The talented Northwest artist then soon began recording and editing a lot of his own work, but with a highly successful feedback rate, which then landed him his first gig and live appearance at Heavens night club in Seattle, WA.
Next ,in search of branching out to the industry he started networking his way up by working with other such local talents as L-dub - Onfire, Shorte, Tr3 nut etc. After this, he was on a new voyage to Houston,TX to meet a highly talented artistic group that sings, raps and dances named "The Stereo Hogzz". Learning what he could from them and other talented artist's in the Houston area, he then went to work with talents from NYC learning a great deal of knowledge and experience to get on the next level. Now, with all he has learned, he’s performing live sets and making appearances at several different venues and events such as Cederwood dome, Ibiza,show & shine cars show, etc.
Roksta is currently working on his anticipated debut album entitled "Taste of fame.” In all Roksta has a gifted talent that will bring a new ,different flavor and style to the music industry.
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