Rumill (pronounced Ruh-mill) is a 20 year old American Pop/R&B/Hip-Hop Recording Artist, originally from Memphis, TN who resided in the Dallas, TX area for 12 years and now resides in Atlanta, GA. At birth doctors proclaimed that Rumill would be a singer due to the octave range she exercised when she cried! Currently, Rumill is in the process of completing a recording demo in aim to gain major exposure and national record label distribution. She is working with producer Rob Diggy of Chicago who received a Grammy Award in 2004 for the keyboard arrangements on Superstar Beyonce` single ‘Crazy in Love’ and producer/bass player Bryan Nesbitt of the legendary R&B group the Bar-Kays. Upon receiving a track that Bryan forwarded to her from a producer of Nu South Music in Atlanta named Marcus Stephens a.k.a. Marc da 3rd, Rumill wrote the lyrics to the track which is now her debut release, ‘Not the 1 for me’; making her one of the youngest songwriters of today! Not the 1 for me is from the forthcoming album, "Rumill". Not the 1 for me is from the self titled debut album, Rumill. This former Coppell High School student recently graduated high school at the age of 16 through a home school program at Southeastern High School! She recorded her debut single, 'Not the 1 for me' at the age of 15 and is the first lady of Millhouse Records. Rumill has performed at numerous events in Dallas including 97.9 the Beat Live Summer Tours, Harambee Festival, House of Blues Underground, Kwanzaa Fest, 5th Annual Street Festival in Queens, NY, and Wet Willies and Hard Rock Cafe in Memphis, TN!