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T. Mills to take over the Revolution

Travis Mills (better known as T. Mills) is a rapper from Riverside, Calif. He might be better described as that guy who romantic admirers post pictures of on Instagram with the hashtag #mcm. But besides being tall, handsome and tattooed, he’s a musician who writes his own lyrics, and will be at the Revolution Concert House on Sunday, March 2.

Mills is known for mixing up genres, with his hip hop/R&B combined with pop/electronic elements. In 2010 he released his first full-length album, “Ready, Fire, Aim!” He is now gearing up to release his second full length album, his major label debut, sometime this year. Details are to be announced.

Mills was nominated for an MTV Woodie Award in 2012 for best new artist. He’s toured with the Vans Warped Tour multiple times and has collaborated with bands like We The Kings.

Opening up for T. Mills at the Revolution this weekend is R&B and soul artist Blackbear. Although his name isn’t as well known as his work, he’s making strides in the music industry. He collaborated on writing Justin Beiber’s smash hit “Boyfriend.” He’s also collaborated on projects with artists like Ne-Yo, Pharrell Williams and Hot Chelle Rae. He’s released multiple singles, and the EP “Foreplay” in 2012. He is currently working on his
album titled “The Afterglow.” There is no set release date. He released a free mixtape, “Sex,” which can be downloaded at

Tickets are still available for the show, but don’t wait until doors are opening. This show is sure to be a crazy one.

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About Madison Killian (0 Articles)
Madison Killian is the assistant Arts & Entertainment editor for the Arbiter, and a junior at Boise State majoring in Communications. She enjoys loud rock music, coffee and long walks on the beach. When she isn't jet setting around campus or interviewing your favorite band, she enjoys spending time with her pets: a dog named Jake and a cat named after Janis Joplin.

1 Comment on T. Mills to take over the Revolution

  1. Definitely agree with your statement about it being a "crazy one." I saw his show in MN a while back and it was awesome but so wild! I bet it will get nuts when he plays "All I Wanna Do" such a good song though!

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