The time is finally here. II D Extremes’ very own Jermaine Mickey has embraced the music industry once again. Jermaine achieved great success with the MCA R & B group reaching gold for their first self-entitled project. Their first single “Cry No More” grew rapidly on the Billboard reaching the top 5. Jermaine’s television and live appearances include The Jay Leno Show, The Arsenio Show, Soul Train, BET, MTV, The Apollo and other television live performances. Jermaine had the fantastic opportunity to travel to Amsterdam, London, Japan, Hawaii and the Caribbean.
As the years past Jermaine has continued his singing career providing background vocals on various projects. In 2008, Jermaine released fist first gospel project “Testimonies” on his own independent label. During this journey, Jermaine developed an interest for acting. In 2007 Jermaine made his acting debut in the role of a child abusing drug addict father, in an independent play produced by Nicole Carter titled “who Can I Run To”. In 2008, Jermaine earned a role as “the drunk deacon”, in the independent play produced and directed by Angela Myers. In 2012, Jermaine played a hilarious role of a non-working brother titled, ”Through The Rain”, produced by actress/singer Tonya Blunt who is most remembered from the infamous movie “Sister Act”. Jermaine has kept busy with his very own radio show
“The Quartet Hour” with co-host and cousin Randy Gill. Jermaine is currently preparing for performances all the while recording his sophomore project with producer Jeff Owens. This project is filled with special guest appearances by, Randy Gill along with other very special guest. His songs will touch all who hear. Uplifting the power of God in song with the remake of “God Alone” written by his wife Tawana Mickey. The new project is going to be powerful and spirit-filled and it will release in 2013.
Jermaine is looking forward to the many opportunities that his musical acting career has yet to accomplish. Ladies and gentlemen I introduce to some and present to others……
Mr. Jermaine Mickey
by Princess K.J. and Dennis Johnson