Milo – Deja Vu @MiloAmor_

Milo’s single “Déjà Vu” is a gratifying ballad with mid-tempo tendencies with a hint of Hip Hop. The video for this release takes refreshing responsibility and sheds light on the opioid epidemic. A fresh take on a love song written and produced by Milo himself, reminds his fans why they fell in love with him in the first place. The visuals are a sign-of-the-times for 2018 as the rise of the opioid epidemic is reaching staggering rates. “We’re not all strong or even built the same,” says Milo. “I needed the world to know that even young men like myself care about what goes on. Our generation wants this horrible trend to be over just like everyone else.”

Madison, Illinois’ Milo has an unfair advantage over the spectrum of unsigned artists presently ravaging the digital world; he happens across eager ears with great music. As former one half of 2ok, Milo bags his opportunities with his musical gift and production skills and just like that a star is born. A major draw for the High School Nation Tour, Milo found himself in instant ROCKSTAR STATUS while still emerging as new talent.

In one 35 city tour, he has experienced true life on the road and the love of an ever-growing fan base, additionally. Currently working with producer BI$$D, whose platinum hit Rolex has made Ayo & Teo Hip Hop’s new hot properties, Milo is set to body creative musical trends with new song releases. Subscribe to Milo’s YouTube Channel MiloTV for updated performance clips and video releases. Join the 285,000 fans who have subscribed to his 20+ million views daily. Milo currently resides in Atlanta and is represented by Young At Art Entertainment as a solo artist.

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