Seagram was from East Oakland’s 69 Ville housing projects and became the first West Coast rapper to be signed to the Houston based label Rap-A-Lot Records. He released three albums during his short lifetime, the first one in 1992 which was gangster and violent titled “The Dark Roads.” Then in 1994 Seagram released his second album “Reality Check” which had more of a grimy, mobb style West Coast feel to it. Finally in 1997, a year after his death, his last album was released which is called “Souls On Ice.”
Seagram Miller was shot and killed on July 31, 1996. R.I.P.