Young talent Jake Miller has what looks like a promising career ahead of him. The 20-year-old just signed a record deal with eOne Music last week and videotaped the accomplishment for his fans.

"When I graduated high school, I was ready to go off to college and be a freshman at Florida State University and I worked all of high school just to get into a great college and once I did, I decided not to go," he said. "And it was so nerve wrecking but I'm so happy I did, and it's finally paying off."

Jake Miller started his career by posting videos of himself rapping on YouTube and eventually developed a fan base that landed him on stages at festivals throughout his home state of Florida. He has opened for big names like Snoop Dogg and Ne-Yo.

In July 2012, he released his first EP, 'Spotlight.' The rapper is getting ready to go on the Miller High Life tour starting tomorrow. Peep the cities he'll be hitting up below.

Jan. 23: Minneapolis, MN
Jan. 25: Madison, WI
Jan 26: Chicago, IL
Feb. 7: Tampa, FL
Feb. 8: Orlando, FL
Feb. 9: Jacksonville, FL
Feb. 15: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Feb. 21: Iowa City, IA
Feb 22: St Louis, MO
Feb 23: Indianapolis, IN
Feb 28: Cleveland, OH
March 1: Pittsburgh, PA
March 2: Allentown, PA
Mar. 7: Philadelphia, PA
Mar. 8:  New York, NY
Mar. 10: Cambridge, MA

Watch Jake Miller's 'A Million Lives' Video