A shirtless Romeo Miller covers this week’s edition of ROLLING OUT magazine. Inside, the 22 year-old former rapper talks about his acting career, what Tyler Perry has taught him while working on Madea’s Witness Protection as well as whether we can expect any new music from him:
ON WHAT THE ENTERTAINMENT BIZ HAS TAUGHT HIM:
I think a lot of artists don’t understand the concept of change. It’s just like, life because as a kid growing up in the business, I saw my father evolve every few years. Just knowing that everything is going to change with time and nothing stays the same. I remember I used to wear baggy jeans and everybody used to have their throwback jerseys. There’s no way I would wear those kind of clothes now. But just like fashion changes, your body, mind and life change as well.
ON HIS MUSIC CAREER:
I’m the president of the company. We’ve already sold 80 plus million records and we want to triple that. We want to make good music. When I sign somebody I look for somebody with a good heart and who wants to make a change, not necessarily perfect, but somebody like my dad, who’s not from the best neighborhood, but who wants to make a difference for their family and has that hunger. I may drop a mixtape on Twitter right before my movie opens, but y’all stay posted on that.
ON WHAT MAKES A WOMAN ATTRACTIVE:
Education; gotta be a smart woman and independent. Good heart; everyone loves a woman who loves kids and their outlook on life is positive. You gotta know how to cook. If you don’t know how to cook then that’s a problem, especially if you’re from the South like me. And give good massages. I could keep going. [SOURCE]