Who Is?/Official Hype

Published on November 30th, 2015 | by Jameelah "Just Jay" Wilkerson


Who is Doxamillion? #OfficialHype

Doxamillion was born in Cali, Colombia and raised in south Florida. His music is a skillful blend of Positive Hip-Hop, Latin, EDM, and Pop; In short, Doxamillion is spearheading the movement in new musical trends. His unique style is different and refreshing. He has worked with artist like Pitbul, Flo Rida, Cool and Dre, Dipset, Grindmode and many more.​

As you see yourself, who is Doxamillion?

First and foremost I am a Christian. I see myself as a servant focus on making a difference by sharing the life changing God has done in my life.

Tell us about your current project?

My newest project “Watch Me EP” is a maxi EP with 5 versions of my latest single “Watch Me.” The five tracks range from urban hip hop to EDM so it’s safe to say there’s something for everyone. We also put out a music video for “Watch Me.”

What’s happened in your career that makes you feel this is the industry for you?

The answer is simple, God happened to me. Once I truly met God, I could no longer continue down the opposite path of God. Thus, I could no longer, in good conscience, make music with content that was leading me to that path.

What makes you the next great happening?

I don’t know if I am “the next great happening” but I do know that if it is God’s will then nothing can stop me. I am passionate about my music and no matter what happens in the future, whether I am performing at local church events or sold out arenas, I will glorify God through my music with the same amount of passion.

Are your currently signed to a label or have any situation in the making?

I’m an independent artist.

Who and what are your influences?

My biggest influence is Jesus Christ. He is the model for how I live and I can honestly say that I get almost all of my inspiration from my daily life.

What should people expect from your upcoming 2016 projects?

Nothing but quality and hard work.

Is there anything you would like our readers to know?

Be original. Let’s love each other. Keep God first stay persistent and take it one day at a time.

Last but not least, HYPE wants to know…What’s your CRAZIEST “Where they do that at?!” moment…

Most embarrassing moment was when I was in 10th grade, where I performed at my high school auditorium in front of the whole school. I was put right at the end and the bell rang during my performance and the whole student body booed. I remember almost quitting that day. But I kept going and I’m glad I did.

Interview By: Just Jay

Twitter: @doxamillion


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