Listen to – Jake Miller – Let’s Go Home
Los Angeles Music Star Jake Miller Unveils His New Emotional Single “Let’s Go Home“
Jake Miller is not shying away from the fact that he’s in love. The “WAIT FOR YOU” hitmaker today releases the emotional track “Let’s Go Home” available now on all digital streaming platforms via The Orchard. CLICK HERE to listen to the song written as a love letter to his girlfriend as they move across the country to start a new chapter together in Los Angeles. “Let’s Go Home” originally debuted on Jake’s popular TikTok account.
“I wrote this song for my girlfriend and played it for her for the first time this morning on our flight from Florida to California,” shared Jake in a heartfelt Instagram post teasing the song. “Lots of emotions and happy tears. Can’t wait to finally live with you and start this new chapter… I love you B.”
Gearing up for the release of his brand new EP this fall, Jake’s viral “Quarantunes” have taken TikTok by storm accumulating over 741K followers, 45 million views, and 7 million likes.
Listen To – Let’s Go Home by Jake Miller – HERE
Jake Miller is a Miami-raised and Los Angeles-based recording artist, songwriter, and producer who takes matters into his own hands. Not only does he craft all of his own beats and lyrics, but the multi-instrumentalist also plays guitar and piano. His approach adds a tactile touch and heartfelt honesty to soulful pop melodies augmented by trap drum beats and 808s.
Over the course of his promising career, Miller has amassed a diehard following dubbed “The Millertary,” clocked 275 million cumulative streams, shared the stage with the likes of Ariana Grande, Shawn Mendes, and Fifth Harmony, embarked on 8 headlining nationwide tours.
In 2019, he issued BASED ON A TRUE STORY, his 6-song comeback EP that he wrote and produced exclusively in his bedroom, which has gone on to clock 15 million U.S. streams to date and yielded the Billboard Top 40-charting hit single “WAIT FOR YOU,” which he performed on LIVE with Kelly and Ryan.
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