NEW YORK (KOCH Records) - New No Limit/KOCH Records artist Lil' Romeo
is celebrating the recent release of his third album "RomeoLand" and a strong debut on the radio network's chart with a run of Radio
Lil' Romeo and fellow teen sensation, JoJo, made a splash at the Philadelphia Radio Disney Birthday Bash on Saturday, November 20th, when they thrilled tens of thousands of local area youths (see photo). Radio Disney can be heard locally in the area on AM 640 WWJZ.
On Saturday, December 11th, Lil' Romeo and Aaron Carter will take the stage at the San Jose Convention Hall for the San Francisco Radio Disney Jingle Jam. Radio Disney can be heard locally in the area on AM 1310 KMKY.
Lil' Romeo and Aaron Carter will thrill the Tri-State on Monday, December 20th, at the New York Radio Disney Jingle Jam in Toms River, NJ. Radio Disney can be heard locally in the area on AM 1560 WQEW.
The first single from "RomeoLand," "My Cinderella" featuring actor/recording artist, Nick Cannon, debuted at No 22 on Radio Disney's chart this week. The video, which also features Nick Cannon, has held the No 1 spot on BET's "106th & Park" video countdown show, the No 1 music video show in the country, for several weeks in a row. The video is also in rotation on MTV and Nickelodeon.
Lil' Romeo's hit television show, "Romeo!," kicked off its second season this fall on the Nickelodeon network. The show is rated No 1 on all of cable in its Sunday prime time slot among kids ages 9 - 14. The show also stars his dad, music entrepreneur Master P.
Lil' Romeo made his music debut at age 11 with the release of his first hit single, "My Baby" from his self-titled debut CD. With the release of the single, Romeo became the youngest solo artist to top the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart - a title previously held by Michael Jackson. "My Baby" went to No 1 on three different Billboard charts and held on to the No 1 position on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Sales chart for 10 straight weeks. That same year Romeo, won two Billboard Music Awards for "My Baby."
Romeo's follow up release, "Game Time" (2002), spawned the hit singles "2Way," and "True Love," which featured R&B singer/actress and Beyonce's younger sister, Solange.
In 2003, Romeo starred in the blockbuster hit, "Honey," his first major studio feature film, along side Jessica Alba. Up next is the family comedy "Uncle P," in theaters Spring 2005.