SummaryHarlem stand up because Jae Millz is back to finish what he started. Jae has been one of the hottest up-and-coming emcees in the game for a few, since he stormed onto the scene with his smash hit "No, No, No" back in 2003. However, after falling victim to industry rule number 4,080 with some of the majors labels, Jae's debut album "Back To Tha Future" has been indefinitely put on hold. But you cannot keep a good emcee down for long and now Jae is back with a 'best of so far' collection called "The Time is Now". Once hearing this album, filled to the brim with true-to-the-streets flow and intense beats with thrashing bass lines, you can be sure to expect big things out of Jae Millz in 2007. So jump on the bandwagon now, while there is still room left. Repping Uptown New York, in the vein of artists before him that include Doug E. Fresh, Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, Cam'ron, Mase and the legendary late Big L, Jae Millz is destined to be the next great lyricist for the new generation of fans. With his status as an underground legend secure, after making a name for himself through countless freestyle battle and an appearance on MTV's "Making The Band", Jae is on the brink of stardome.