Up and coming Super-Producer Sef Millz is emerging as one of the hottest new producers in the music industry today. In December 2011 Sef Millz was featured in Hip-Hop Weekly's "Behind The Beats" Column. Noted for his co-production on Maino's Smash Single 'I'm About CREAM Ft. Lil Wayne', and a few other productions. Sef Millz has also expanded into scoring national television shows in 2008. His latest productions include VH1's Mob Wives and Single Ladies. Sef Millz is currently working alongside Grammy nominated songwriter Mista Raja in which they formed a production team named Coalition Forces to place songs with new and established Artists.
Born Yusef K. Oliver in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on August 14, 1979. Sef Relocated to Atlanta in 1992 and has been pursuing his music career ever since. Millz was originally a rapper and DJ that later turned producer after a rap group he led was dissolved in the mid-90's. After high school Sef Millz attended Georgia State University where he was a music industry major. While attending college Sef learned the inner workings of the music business and began to build his own home studio to develop and produce his own Artists.
In 2000, Sef Millz began traveling to New York City after getting a call back response from Loud Records based on a mass mail-out that he initiated to get his music into the hands of A&R's all over the country. After a year of networking Sef Millz began to sprinkle his productions all over New York City landing songs with Sunkiss (Elektra), Triple Seis (Terror Squad) , Raekwon (Loud Records), Iceberg, better known as Young Berg (Bloodline/Defjam), and also landed a smash on Avery Storms Project who was signed to Timbaland's Label (BeatClub/Interscope). In the Beginning of 2002 Sef was introduced to Alan Henderson of the Atlanta Hawks and he began working with Hendu's up and coming Artist Mista Raja. Millz Co-Produced Mista Raja's 1st single, The Bronx which featured KRS-One. After placing additional songs on the "DJ Enuff presents Mista Raja" Mixtape, Sef Millz was offered and accepted a production agreement as one of Hendu's staff producers.
By the end of 2003 Sef had dissolved his relationship with Hendu and was back to freelance producing for local artists. Millz produced songs for the Outlaws & Lloyd, Jason Weaver, Khujo Goodie, Lil Malik, 11-Dubb, Rashon Ali, and several other local Artists at the time. In 2005 Sef Millz decided to switch gears and relocated to New York City in an effort to brand Coalition Forces with Mista Raja and ultimately get bigger placements.
By the time 2008 rolled around Sef Millz was working closely with Mista Raja and Atlantic Records and together they produced on B.G.'s project, 2 Hood 2 Be Hollywood, Maino's 1st Album "If Tomorrow Comes" which both Charted on Billboard. In 2010 Sef Millz & Mista Raja produced 'Maino Ft Diddy Dirty Money - Don't Say Nothing' , which had New York City on Smash for the Summer! Fast Forward to 2011 and Sef Millz and Mista Raja produced Maino's 1st Single off of 'The Day After Tomorrow' scheduled for release in early 2012. Sef Millz also co-wrote a couple of smash hooks for Maino ft Robbie Nova - That Could Be Us', and "Dream Me Up" on T.I. & B.O.B.'s upcoming collaboration "The Man and the Martian". Sef Millz and Coalition Forces Muisc Group has began to leave an undeniable imprint, that will continue to expand in 2012.