Actor-rapper-athlete Lil' Romeo is constantly in motion. The hip-hop superstar has done movies with the likes of Jessica Alba ("Honey"), starred in a Nick comedy series, put out three albums, designed a line of clothes, and made about $50 million before his 15th birthday.
He owned a Mercedes long before he could (legally) drive it, and his fans search the internet looking for the name of his current gf (is it Canadian Lea Sedo who sometimes tours with him - even though she doesn't sing?).
Aside from keeping his love life quiet, Romeo's juggling about four careers yet he's still only a sophomore at Beverly Hills High School -- where you know his father, music mogul Master P, has been on him to keep up that straight A grade average.
But even with all his success in the studio and in front of a camera, the platinum-selling star has hoop dreams and would like to play in the NBA. Romeo (5'10") has been competing in AAU boys basketball since he was 10 and ranked among the top 50 9th-grade players in the country, averaging 20 points per game.
As for his music, Romeo continues to rule. His single "My Baby" made Romeo the youngest solo artist ever to reach the top the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart, a title previously held by Michael Jackson. "My Baby" went on to hold the number one position on the Billboard R&B/Hip Hop Sales chart for ten straight weeks.
His latest album, "Young Ballers: The Hood Been Good to Us," featuring The Rich Boyz, dropped on November 22. The Rich Boyz are Lil' Romeo, Young V (Romeo's younger brother Vercy Miller), C-Los, Big Doug and Lil' D (all Romeo's cousins from New Orleans).
And there's more Romeo coming up: he's working on a new movie called "Get Money" which will feature Master P, Romeo, Silkk, The Rich Boyz, and The 504 Boyz.