PREMIERE: ‘black-ish’ Star Miles Brown Debuts First Single & Video ‘NBA’ Featuring Some L.A. Star Athletes
by Staff Editor
Miles Brown might only be 13-years old, but he’s already accomplishing more than a lot of his peers have.
Premiering today exclusively on KarenCivil.com and Civil TV, we’re excited to introduce Miles Brown the rapper, as he’s debuting his first-ever single “NBA” along with an accompanying visual featuring some star athletes from Los Angeles including Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig and Laker legend, Derrick Fisher.
As for the motivation behind his debut single, Miles has his eyes set on the hardwood and being a star NBA player at some point in his life. But beyond that, Miles made this single for everyone out there hustling and going after something.
“I wrote this song to inspire people to chase their dreams,” Miles tells us via e-mail. “My dream is to play in the NBA one day, and I am doing everything I can to make that happen. I love to sing, dance and act…I have a lot of goals and I hope my song can inspire others to dream as big as I do.”
For the exciting visual, Miles puts his money where his mouth is and suits up for a few games. It’s rough in the beginning, as Miles’ lyrics to the song match the hardships on the court, but by the end, it’s nothing but celebrations for Miles and his team.
Without further adieu, check out the Civil TV exclusive premiere of Miles Brown’s debut rap single and visual “NBA” below.