C.H.A.M.P is a talented 21-year-old bubbling rapper from the Lone Star State. Now living in the home of the Cowboys, coincidentally, C.H.A.M.P aka Nate Miller used to be an amazing football player. The fun-loving Texan is a soulful creative who gets a lot of his musical inspiration from his church upbringing. Just a few years ago his life changed forever. After taking over his city with his impressive skills at running back, he received dozens of scholarships. Unfortunately, two weeks after stepping foot on campus he was shot. Therefore, his doctors advised him to stay away from any physical sports. Now, the Texas lyricist is putting his whole life on wax. His new EP YOLO is the perfect title to explain what he has been through. No one resonates with that phrase more than him.
Many artists draw inspiration from their favorite rappers from their childhood. C.H.A.M.P is no different, his affinity for 50 Cent stretches far past just music, he aspires for success in different ventures. His main goal as an artist is to be able to give back to the less fortunate. His name is even an acronym for “Change Happens at My Pace’’. With goals to one day win a Grammy, his newest project is a step in the right direction. The self-proclaimed “strongest rapper in the game” will not be outworked. It will be interesting to see how far he will go with his talents. This is just the beginning but the start is great.
Check out his new musical effort YOLO here below today!