Lil King Miller, born on March 9, 2002, and now 21 years old, is the eldest son of rapper Silkk the Shocker and Juju Miller. When he was 8, King started his music career by creating a YouTube channel with a strong following of 4.59K subscribers; however, he hasn’t posted any content for 8 years. Instead, he has been focusing on basketball and his skill has earned him offers from some of the most well-known college teams in the US such as Gonzaga, Arkansas, Memphis, Kansas, Kansas State, Auburn and LSU. He has three siblings: 24-year-old Jianni Miller who is an Instagram influencer and amateur model followed by 4.7K, 17-year-old Vyctorious Miller who is also a basketball player, and 2-year-old J’adore Miller.
His Father, Silkk the Shocker
Silkk the Shocker (real name Vyshonn King Miller; born June 18, 1975) is an American rapper and actor. He first achieved fame with his 1996 debut album, The Shocker, and has since become a prominent figure in the hip-hop world. In partnership with his brother Master P and nephew Romeo, he launched the record label No Limit Forever.
Silkk the Shocker shot to fame in 1996 with his debut album, The Shocker, produced by Beats By The Pound, DJ Daryl, K-Lou, and T-Bone and released via Priority Records and No Limit Records. His 1998 album, Charge It 2 Da Game, achieved platinum status and charted on the Billboard Albums Chart for over a year. He also featured on popular songs such as Master P’s “Make ‘Em Say Uhh!”, Mystikal’s “It Ain’t My Fault,” Destiny’s Child’s “Just Be Straight with Me,” and Mya’s “Movin’ On.”
Silkk the Shocker released his second solo album in 1999, spawning two hit singles: It Ain’t My Fault 2 (feat. Mystikal) and Somebody Like Me (feat. Mya). Despite selling more than a million copies, the album was met with little enthusiasm. Three years later, Silkk put out My World, My Way, featuring the singles “That’s Cool” (feat. Trina) and “He Did That” (feat. Mac), both of which cracked Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip Hop Singles and Tracks at #13. His 2004 album Based on a True Story did not fare as well.
On June 3, 2010, Silkk the Shocker released a freestyle video to YouTube and his mixtape All I Do Is Win. He went on tour with his brother Master P and nephew Romeo Miller in 2010 and signed to Romeo’s label, No Limit Forever Records. On March 2, 2015, Silkk announced the release of his single “Business” featuring BlaqNmilD, and the release of his album Incredible and a movie of the same name. On August 24, 2015, he released the music video for “We Ain’t Even Trippin” and the third single, “Business”, on September 4, 2015.
In 1999, Silkk acted the lead role in the major No Limit Records film Hot Boyz. In 2007, Silkk, along with comedians Lil Duval and Michael Blackson, was cast as the lead actors in the Six-Five film More Money, More Family. In 2011, Silkk co-starred in the horror film Reservation produced by Sedona Studios. On October 2, 2015, Silkk announced that film production companies Grindstone Entertainment and Lionsgate Films would be distributing the movie More Money, More Problems, with a release date of November 3, 2015.