Miles "MaestroP" Warren is a neofusion jazz funk artist out of Minneapolis, MN . His artistry started as a child playing the bass guitar at the age of 8, he swiftly moved up to the piano by 10. He began his career in the late '80s opening for major acts such as Teddy Riley, Wrecks N Effects, Xclan to name a few. His music has spanned multi genre including but not limited to R&B, Pop, Funk, Hip Hop and Jazz. His career over the years covers playing, writing, production, engineering and developing new artists. Currently he's working on his 1st solo project "Midwest Smooth". With this project he has shown an unusually strong command of his music and has fully-formed his own musical identity.
During his career he has toured in Japan, and the US. His unique sound fostered several lifelong career and personal relationships with several artists including the Son of Legendary P.Funk originator Bootsy Collins: Ouiwey Collins. Along with Morton Smith and Glenn M Ray. MaestroP 's current single "Midwest Smooth" featuring Glenn Ray and Morton Smith which is currently featured in the docuMovie, Bridging the Gap.
Early in his career his writing and production skills got the attention of Jimmy jam and Terry Lewis. MaestroP has written/produced many works for national artists such as Alexander Oneal, Janet Jackson, Qtip and Ralph Tresvant through Flyte Tyme Productions. MaestroP has shared the stage with such artists as Brian Mcknight, Earth Wind and Fire, Kool and the Gang, John Blackwell. When asked about his musical style and his choice of Genre, MaestroP says, "I don't see myself restricted to any Genre" which makes his work all the more unique.