This is the discography of American rapper, actor and entertainer Maserati Rome or simply Rome, formerly known as Lil' Romeo or Romeo. It consists of three studio albums, one independent albums, three soundtracks, five Extended plays, five mixtapes, thirteenth singles, two compilation albums, four collaboration albums, and twenty-two music videos. His music has been released on No Limit Records, Soulja Music Entertainment, The New No Limit, Priority Records, Universal Records, Koch Records, UrbanDigital Records, GoDigital Music Group & LPD Music along with his former record label's Guttar Music, Take A Stand, The Next Generation and his current label No Limit Forever. Miller still holds the spot of the youngest person to hit #1 on the Billboard 200, a record that was previously held by music icon Michael Jackson.
In 2001, Miller's debut album Lil 'Romeo charted the US Billboard 200 at number six, making it Romeo's first top ten album. The album contained Romeo's most successful single to date "My Baby" which went certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), thanks to the critical success of the song it established Miller as the youngest person to achieve the #1 spot on the Billboard 200. A music video was made featuring cameos from an Michael Jackson imitator, Silkk Tha Shocker and Master P. It is also Romeo's highest selling album to date selling over 500,000-plus copies making the album certified gold. In 2002, his next album Game Time, though not as successful as his previous effort, charted the US Billboard 200 at number thirty-three. His next album Romeoland charted on the Billboard 200 at number seventy.
In 2005, Miller along with his father Master P & his Uncle Silkk The Shocker, reformed the pioneer rap group TRU and released their final album entitled The Truth. It charted the US Billboard 200 at number fifty-four. The same year, Romeo would also release another collaboration entitled Young Ballers: The Hood Been Good To Us with his newly formed group at the time Rich Boyz. In 2006, Romeo would release his independent album entitled Lottery it charted Billboard 200 at forty. Also In 2006, Miller released the soundtrack to his movie God's Gift, it was his first album released under his name changed to Romeo. In 2007, Romeo would collaborate again on a new album with his father Master P as the Miller Boyz entitled Hip Hop History, it did not chart on the Billboard's. In 2009, Romeo released his second compilation album entitled Get Low it charted on the Billboard 200 at one-hundred-forty, making it Miller's first album to chart in four years.
In 2010, Miller formed his new group College Boyys and created a new label called The Next Generation Entertainment, and they released their debut album entitled Spring Break.