Singer, Rapper, Songwriter (1989-)


Born in 1989 in Springfield, Massachusetts, Myles Jéh connected with music at an early age and began to release music in 2013. He eventually began to perform at local open mic events. Jéh is best known for his low tone, and laid-back, but thoughtful lyrics. Using old tactics of selling physical copies of his music, Myles released Mylestones October 1, 2015 as a standard and deluxe edition. Months later, the project was released and is still available on digital retailers.

Early Life and Music

Myles Jéh was born Myles Jehrelle Sanders on October 28, 1989 in Springfield, Massachusetts. Named after the singer Miles Jaye, Myles took on the same pronunciation by shortening his middle name. Raised by his grandmother, Myles took to “old school” music that had meaning, a message, and a feeling. Performing for the first time, Myles covered Usher’s “You Remind Me” in 5th grade at Mary M. Walsh Elementary. He followed up by songwriting, but did not perform again until his junior year in high school. After graduating high school, Myles went on to college where he took vocal lessons with instructor Tony Romeo. However, still not confident with his voice, Myles turned to rap. Releasing his first project Me, Myself & Myles in 2013, Myles presented shortened tracks. Two years later, he followed up with Mylestones, an album about the highs and lows that are not seen as important milestones in life, but should be.

Musical Success

Myles Jéh’s first project received great feedback and demand for more music. Me, Myself & Myles was released hard copy only and is no longer available for purchase. The second project Mylestones is available on digital retailers (iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, Google Play, etc). The lead single “Been There, Done That” landed Jéh artist features on several sites including Songshooters and ReverbNation.