Milli Moto first began her entertainment career in the dance world. Trained in multiple
styles; ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, lyrical and modern. Milli became a highlight half time and prime time performer. Performing for the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Sparks, Golden State Warriors and Oakland Raiders.
Milli’s success and recognition in dance led to many major collaborations in modeling. She premiered as a lead in David Banner featuring Chris Brown and Young Joc’s “Get Like Me” music video. Milli was featured as lead in countless other videos such as “Miss Independent” by Neyo, Young Money’s “Every Girl”, “Love Over Me” by Monica, “Feds Watching” by 2chains and Pharrell and many more.
Milli a natural born performer, also transitioned to creating music as a part of several girl groups, one of which was created by Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter Ne-Yo. After the groups split in 2008, Milli gained the attention of master mogul Nick Cannon. With Milli as a member, Nick created the rap duo Queenz. Queenz which was featured on episodes of VH1’s Love and Hip Hop with their single “Gangsta Chick.”
Her first solo single “Body” co- written by rapper/producer Kid Ink, hit the streets in 2011. Soon after her second single “Impossible” produced by KE on the Track was released with great success. Her latest single, “Come Get Em” has been picked up and scored on many film/ television outlets, including Emmy nominated “Tough Love” Series. Milli consistently keeps her audience engaged with the release of new music and her online live show called “Milli Monday” airing every Monday at 8pm PST/11EST.