Can there be anything Miles Brown can not do?
Before he had turned 10 years older, the wunderkind had been made a name for himself as a preternaturally gifted singer and won the role of Jack Johnson on ABC’s Black-ish. And today, two weeks shy of the 16th birthday just days away from the introduction of the hit sitcom’s seventh year on Wednesday, Oct. 21, Miles has now gone and dropped a record.
On All Of The Future, the multi-hyphenate follows in the footsteps of rapper daddy Wildchild using a selection of 15 first hip-hop courses and remixes which are suspended in Miles’ want to winner positivity, relatives, powerful psychological health, equality, and the struggle against racial injustice. Featuring guest appearances in Dame D.O.L.L.A., Jidenna, Tevin Campbell, Slick Rick as well as adorably, his own father –not forgetting shout-outs from musicians such as Redman, Method Man, Big Daddy Kane, Rakim, Flava Flav, Post Malone, along with Macklemore on”Feeling Launched”–the record is Miles’ phone into another generation of leaders to identify and possess their budding and strength jurisdiction.