A multitalented artist and accomplished athlete, Romeo turned his dreams into reality before he even hit his teen years. He was born Percy Romeo Miller on Aug. 19, 1989 in New Orleans, LA to hip-hop mogul Percy Miller - best known by his stage name, Master P. The future star was only five years old when his father signed him to his No Limit record label. Using the name Lil' Romeo, the pint-sized rapper released his self-titled debut album in 2001, which spawned the hit single "My Baby." The song, which used a sample of the 1969 Jackson 5 classic "I Want You Back," topped the Billboard Hot Rap and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop charts, and peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100. Ironically, at age 10, Romeo's "My Baby" beat Michael Jackson's record for being the youngest entertainer to top the Billboard charts. Romeo's subsequent albums, Game Time (2002), Romeoland (2004), and Get Low LP (2008) failed to achieve the same level of success as his eponymous debut. Even though his recording career waned, Romeo - who dropped the Lil' from his stage name in 2006 - remained a key player in his father's music empire as the CEO of No Limit Forever.