Nuthin' Under a Million (NUM)
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Nuthin' Under a Million (NUM)

Los Angeles, California, United States

Los Angeles, California, United States




This band has no press


Still working on that hot first release.



With intensions of only becoming a world-class house of producers and songwriters, Nuthin Under A Million had a lot more destined for them than they ever imagined. As a variety of their hits blazed the charts, this Los Angeles based five-some which consists of Tommy (TB), Milana, Tony, Shandra and David (DJ) found themselves being a much talked about international crave.

Nuthin Under A Million, also known as N.U.M., had no idea at the time that co-writing and demoing a record for producer friend Fuego would end up in the hands of 50 Cent. His artist Hot Rod soon recorded the super track “Dance With Me” marking Billboard charts (top 20) while still leaving TB’s and Milana’s vocal dynamics on the record.
Milana says: “We started referencing our own records that we wrote and produced for other artists.” “Record executives and A&Rs would want to leave our voices on the records and would ask why we weren’t a group” notes Shandra. With these rave reviews, this power squad decided to run with the idea of becoming a worldwide recording sensation.

The Dutch label Spinnin’ Records also caught sight of this multi-dimensional quintet and invited them to be vocally featured on their project for the Italian-based DJ, Criminal Vibes. “Save Me” became an instant hit across Europe and was soon licensed by Robbins Entertainment for a U.S. release.
“Honestly, we really never expected to be a group of artists”, expresses Tommy “and now we’re being compared to heavy hitters like the Black Eyed Peas, David Guetta and Far East Movement”. Tony adds: “It’s a compliment, but we are also unique in our own way. Everyone is an individual artist that can stand alone and embrace their own identity, which makes the chemistry between us magical”.

Nuthin Under A Million has also been featured on songs and initiated collaboration with artists like 50 Cent, Fergie (Black Eyed Peas), Fuego (LA-based German producer behind hits like Turn Up the music – Chris Brown), John De Sohn (Sweden), Matteo Marini (Italy), Nicky Corline (Italy), Dashni Morad (Holland & Middle East), Tenny Ten (UK), Leslie David Baker (US), Nikki Murray (UK), DJ Lethal of Limp Bizkit (US), Andy B Jones (Germany), Wall-E Soundtrack and Dreamgirls Soundtrack, which have all played as massive contributions to their success.

Their debut record “Above The Pharaohs” is a progressive house record that within less than 2 months from its release has gained more than 500.000 views on Youtube, entered top 10 dance chart on MTV in Italy, at #25 on the East Coast in the US and still climbing. The record is spinning on more than 100 radio stations in the US and another more than 100 stations in other countries. The second single, “The World Is Mine”, will be released towards the end of 2012 and features LA-based German

hit producer Fuego, is house infused with pop and dance and a touch of euro swag and is a true essence of who N.U.M. are.
“We want to transcend boundaries and make this a universal anthem”, adds DJ. He continues: “It’s us, it’s our sound. Each member brings a different element to this group due to their versatile backgrounds which originate from Latvia, San Francisco, Texas, Pennsylvania, and Santa Barbara and genres ranging from House, Techno, Pop, Hip Hop, R&B, Dance and Gospel, which allows for an explosive performance that is undeniable and a must see by all”. In addition to the next single, other collaborations will be released on other labels. Two examples are “Fly Me Away” with big Italian DJ and producer Matteo Marini will be released in December and “Floorfilla” with Australian DJ duo Stafford Brothers is on its way.

What can start out as one thing can always lead to something greater which indeed has proven itself to be just that! Expect Nuthin Under A Million from this mini troop. They are immersing themselves in this journey and souring to unexpected heights in the world of music.