Who is Cymphonique Miller?
Cymphonique Miller was born on August 1, 1996, in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA; her zodiac sign is Leo, and she is of American nationality. Cymphonique is a singer and actress, but she is best known as the daughter of American rapper and actor Percy Robert Miller (Master P).
Education And Childhood
Cymphonique Miller grew raised in New Orleans with her older brother, actor, model, and rapper Percy Romeo Mille, who is best known for his debut hit “My Baby” – the two have five more brothers. Master P and their mother Sonya, who married in 1989 but divorced in 2014, raised them.
Cymphonique began attending a music school at a very young age, motivated by her father’s work and success in the music industry and was otherwise home-schooled as she spent most of her time traveling with her family when her father was on his national tours. She eventually received her high school GED and decided not to attend college, instead focusing on her profession as a singer and actress.
A Singing Career
By the age of 12, Cymphonique had toured the United States alongside Raven-Symone, Christina Pearman, and Demi Lovato, and had published her first songs, including “Butterflies” and “Lil Miss Swagger,” which became a smash.
She released many singles in 2009, including “One Life To Live,” “Follow Your Dream,” and “Star Of The Show,” and she also appeared in other people’s songs, including “I Know You Know” by Big Time Rush in 2010, and “Sleigh Ride” by the Nickelodeon ensemble in 2012. On June 25, 2013, she launched her debut album “Passion,” which had 11 songs, and then went on to work on new songs such as “Baby Baby” in 2014, and “Change” and “Thinking Bout U” in 2015. Cymphonique appeared on two of her father’s tracks in 2016, “U Need Me” and “Addickted,” before her 2017 singles “Drippin,” “Hold You Down,” and “Since Jordan.”
On 22 January 2018, she published her second album “No Days Off,” which included seven songs, and her most recent single “Broken Promises” was released in the second part of 2019. She recently established her performing arts school.
Cymphonique has only had one nomination: a BET Award for Best Female Hip-Hop Artist in 2011.
Cymphonique made her TV series debut in 2007 when she played Karia in the episode “Fist of Funny” of the comedy series “Just Jordan,” which starred Kristen Combs, Raven Goodwin, and Shania Accius and is about a teenager who becomes a star with the help of his teacher; the series received three award nominations.
Cymphonique made her film debut the same year, in the short fantasy drama film “Scarecrow Joe,” written and produced by Bragi F. Schut about a deceased father who comes back to life as a scarecrow to care for his daughter.
She made a cameo appearance in the comedy film “Internet Dating” the following year before being asked to voice the supporting character Holly in the animated musical comedy series “Phineas and Ferb,” which was very successful worldwide and won four awards, including three Primetime Emmys while being nominated for 40 others. Cymphonique starred as Kid Judge Fogerty in the 2009 comedy film “Opposite Day,” alongside Billy Unger, Ariel Winter, and Dylan Cash, and then appeared as a guest role in the episode “True Magic” of the teen comedy series “True Jackson, VP.”
In 2011, she appeared in single episodes of the programs “Big Time Rush” and “The Troop” before being cast as the supporting character Nova in the animated series “Winx Club.”
Cymphonique debuted as Kacey Simon in the American teen comedy series “How to Rock” in 2012, alongside Samantha Boscarino and Max Schneider, and follows Kacey as she joins the band Gravity 5 and begins competing with her former band, the Perfs. Her most recent performances are “The Dempsey Sisters” in 2013, starring Denyce Lawton and Lynn Whitfield, and “I Got the Hook Up 2” in 2019, starring Johnny ‘Koolout’ Starks and Farrah Laurel Abraham in the narrative of two best friends who own a restaurant together.
Relationships And Love Life
Cymphonique has kept her love life private from the public eye, however, it is known that she was once in a relationship with Jacob O’Neal Latimore, an actor, singer, and rapper. They met in 2015 while performing together and dated for almost two years before breaking up for unclear reasons. Cymphonique appears to be single now, and Jacob hasn’t been seen with any girls either.
Jacob was born on August 10, 1996, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA; his zodiac sign is Leo, and he is of American nationality. In Milwaukee, he was reared as an only child by his parents, Jacob Latimore Sr. and Latitia Taylor.
Jacob is most known for his appearances in numerous critically acclaimed films, including the drama “Collateral Beauty” starring Will Smith in 2016, the period crime thriller “Detroit” starring John Boyega in 2017, and the comedy “Like a Boss” starring Tiffany Haddish and Salma Hayek in 2020.
Other Interests and Hobbies
Cymphonique is physically active since she runs and does aerobic workouts nearly every day, and she enjoys sports such as tennis and volleyball. She is an ardent kickboxer who has been training since she was a teenager and has won several national championships. She enjoys traveling and has traveled all over the United States with her father during his tours, as well as to several European countries such as Spain, England, and Italy – her favorite place being Paris, France.
Cymphonique is an animal lover and philanthropist who has volunteered with various charitable organizations.
In her spare time, she enjoys watching movies, and her favorite actors and actresses include Johnny Depp, Jim Carrey, and Emma Watson, while her favorite films include “Pirates of the Caribbean,” “Harry Potter,” and “Bruce Almighty,” among others.
Appearance And Wealth
Cymphonique has been around for 23 years. She has long brown hair that she frequently dyes black or pink, brown eyes are 5ft 6ins (1.68m) tall, and weigh approximately 135lbs (61kgs). Her net worth is projected to be more than $2 million as of May 2020, while her father’s net worth is rumored to be more than $200 million.
Who Is Cymphonique’s Father?
Percy Robert Miller was born on April 29, 1967, in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA; his zodiac sign is Taurus, and he is of American nationality. He is a former basketball player, rapper, philanthropist, actor, record producer, and CEO of his firm, P. Miller Enterprises.
Percy was reared by his parents, who earned barely enough to put food on the table, along with his sister and three brothers. Percy attended Booker T. Washington High School before transferring to Warren Easton High School, where he joined the school’s basketball team. His abilities were quickly recognized by multiple universities, which offered him athletic scholarships. Although Percy chose the University of Houston, he transferred to Merritt College after only a half-year and earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration there.
He launched his No Limit Records music store after graduating, and his debut cassette tape “Mind Of A Psychopath” was issued on January 15, 1990.
His debut album, “Get Away Clean,” was released on February 12, 1991, and his second album, “Mama’s Bad Boy,” was released in April 1992. He went on to record several other albums, including “The Ghettos Are Trying to Kill Me!” in 1994, “99 Ways to Die” in 1995, and “Ice Cream Man” in 1996. His twelfth album, “Ghetto Bill Vol. 1,” was released in 2005, while his fourteenth and most recent album, “Empire, from the Hood to Hollywood,” was released on November 27, 2015.
Percy was one of the first rappers to venture into business, and he has amassed a fortune through his record label, No Limit, as well as his travel agency and real estate ventures.
He is also a writer, and on September 1, 2007, he released his only book “Guaranteed Success.”
Percy made his film debut in 1997, playing the lead character Perry McKnight in the comedy-drama “I’m Bout It,” and was subsequently invited to play important characters in the crime films “MP da Last Don” and “I Got the Hook-Up,” both in 1998. Percy’s performances in these films were appreciated, and he was cast in several others, including the comic drama “Foolish” and the action thriller “No Tomorrow,” both of which were released in 1999. Many supporting and major roles followed, and one of the most successful films he acted in during those years was the action sports film “Undisputed,” starring Wesley Snipes and Ving Rhames.
He has almost 50 film roles to his record, with some of his most recent performances in movies including “Repos 2,” “Get Money,” and “Never and Again,” all of which he portrayed as the lead character.
Percy has also appeared in approximately 20 TV shows, beginning in 1999 with the episode “Lovers and Other Traitors” of the comic drama series “Linc’s.” Percy then appeared in single episodes of “Malcolm & Eddie” in 1999, “Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends” in 2000, and “Dark Angel” in 2001 before being cast as the lead character in the Nickelodeon comedy series “Romeo!” from 2003 to 2006. Some of his most recent TV series roles are “No Excuses” in 2009, “Master P’s Family Empire” in 2015, and the reality series “Growing Up Hip Hop” in 2016.