[TORONTO] Making his debut on NikkiSiixx.com, we have hip-hop artist KonFiiDent with his latest music video for his single SCHEMIN’. Nothing ends good when someone is scheming. KonFiiDent discusses the topic of envy and jealously. The video brings us a view from an outside perception of a relationship that seems all good until, the girl starts to become suspicious of KonFiiDent. Looking at his phone and putting it away and then she ends up finding an address. Only thinking of the worse she can’t help the curiosity and needs to confront KonFiiDent. I personally think the visual is too good to be this short! Be on the lookout for more content from Toronto’s own KonFiiDent. [FOLLOW HIM ON TWITTER]
We got a new episode of Nikki Hears It First! Where I film my reaction to hearing a new track or watching a music video from an indie artist. This time on my sixth episode, I’m watching Hip-Hop Artist Dubby of Team Loko with his visual to his single “CHASE“. Take a look at what I thought about “CHASE” and I would love to hear what you guys think about the track/visual!
[RALEIGH, NC] Making his debut on NikkiSiixx.com, we have Gnarley Nick with his latest music video to his single CORRUPTED. Gnarley Nick is an artist who used his troubles in life such as having legal troubles, life of drugs, and seeing in a vision of a progressive world. Here’s where Gnarley Nick lyrics are born. As a kid Nick was inspired by old and underground hip hop artists such as Jedi mind tricks, dead prez, das efx, and tupac but has love for a lot of newer artists especially lil boosie.
At the age of 15 and to this day Nick has been involved in Raleigh’s punk, hardcore and metal scene playing in various punk bands as a teenager and currently playing drums in Sludgey/hardcore band, Shadows. This to me explains why the chorus/hook sounds the way it does, heavy metal inspired yelling. I find it to make it more impactful and making the listener really WAKE UP. The music video was dope, with crisp visuals, storyline, and somewhat of a twist.
Due to the content Gnarley Nick says in his chorus about drugs. You would think he was a drug dealer in the video but once you see the work his moving is actually just his artist merchandise. Gnarley Nick is pushing his movement called “Shadows Life” in which it originated from his worldwide art image BLEAK and to help promote free thought, equality, and do it yourself ethics. Be on the look out for more content from Gnarley Nick by following him on all his social media platforms.
We got a new episode of Nikki Hears It First! Where I film my reaction to hearing a new track or watching a music video from an indie artist. This time on my fourth episode, I’m watching Hip-Hop Artist Baker Plaid with his visual to his single “Grammy”. Take a look at what I thought about “Grammy” and I would love to hear what you guys think about the track/visual!
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It’s been a minute since the last time we featured Brooklyn female emcee/singer Tamara Bubble. Let me refresh your memory. Tamara Bubble demonstrates her capabilities with her talents. Model, Entertainer, Songwriter, and Actress. This time we are presented with an empowering statement in her latest visual to ALL FEMALE RAPPERS. The title really intrigued me and so I had to press play. And I’m glad I did. Tamara Bubble went on a search to find out through a hip-hop forum, what they truly thought about “Female Rappers”.
And to Tamara’s surprise she was blown away from the negative stigma that comes around that. Even though a few mentioned who they thought were dope they yet to show true support for the female lyricist. Tamara Bubble decided to create a single/visual as a response to the shade. Tamara’s rocking a superhero cape (not literally) rapping female artists out there. She makes so many points on this one you have to watch this more than once.
A few years back, I actually had Tamara Bubble perform at one of my open mics once for iScream Sundays. What a dope performance! But I would love to know what you guys think about what Tamara Bubble has to say on her latest ALL FEMALE RAPPERS. And be on the lookout for more content from Tamara Bubble by following her on all her social media links below:
[FLORIDA] Making her debut on NikkiSiixx.com, we have femcee Rosemarie bringing her bars on her latest music video entitled BACKDOWN. This is actually her first single off of her debut mixtape Rose Culture. The visual demonstrates the darkness that the production illustrates in your mind. The video does have a lot of effects that can get a bit overwhelming but Rosemarie definitely stands out. She has some impressive lyrics and you really don’t want to get on her bad side. She has backup and they won’t BACKDOWN. Make sure you go like Rosemarie on FACEBOOK.
Making her first appearance on NikkiSiixx.com, we have femcee from Baltimore Ashley Sierra with her latest music video OG. Featuring Chase Ultra on the second verse. He really brings his personality to life with the way his flow is and how he acts. Ashley Sierra is fierce with her lyrics when she presents us the dark truth about an epidemic consuming the youth, which is Vanity and Greed. OG is the lead single off her forthcoming project S.O.U.P (souledout&underpriced). The track maintains a hip-hop trap sound with a classic club style fusion, OG was produced by J8s and the video was Directed by Mike Jon. Ashley Sierra is profound with her lyrics that only can leave impactful first impression. Stay tuned from more from this young lyricists Ashley Sierra by getting updates from her website Ashleysierra.net
Here’s a new segment over here on my youtube channel. Where I film my reaction to hearing a new track or watching a music video from an indie artist. On our third episode of Nikki Hears It First, I’m watching Hip-Hop Artist Austin Fillmore with his visual to 5000. Produced by Snapbackondatrack. Take a look at what I thought about “5000” and I would love to hear what you guys think about the track/visual!
[UTAH] Making her first debut on NikkiSiixx.com, we have femcee Mz Mali with her latest music video to her single CAN’T GET ENOUGH. The lyrical empress brings us a street no-holds-barred flowed track. You can find this track on Mz Mali’s latest album New World Order. The concept of the visual was Mz Mali invites her homies for a 4:20 Event. Mz Mali is considered a huge supporter of the legalization of marijuana. The Latina has a fast flow, would you be able to catch up?
Making his first debut on NikkiSiixx.com we have a freestyle from Emile Danero, for TELL ME PART 2, which features Candice B on the track. This track is a remix of the popular 95′ hit “Tell Me” by Groove Theory. The visual to the track really brings that movie feel to it. The new video features cameo appearances from Omar Gooding, John Witherspoon, and Fonzworth Bentley. Make sure you stay in the loop for Emile Danero’s upcoming release by following him on Twitter at @EmileDanero
[MIAMI, FLORIDA] Art Morera brings us his latest visual to his freestyle mix of 3 Curren$y songs entitled COVERT LOOP$. Listen to Art’s takes on Curren$y’s songs off of his project “Covert Coup” produced by The Alchemist. The video was filmed by Kimber Vasquez, Art Morera, and NikkiSiixx (yeah and I made a few cameos in the vid too). I love all the visuals that were added into the video that really brought Art Morera’s lyrics to life. B-Roll footage that captured Miami and San Francisco/Oakland scenes. Art’s flow can really adapt to different sounding beats. Be on the lookout for more content from Art Morera by following his social media links
Here’s a new segment over here on my youtube channel. Where I film my reaction to hearing a new track or watching a music video from an indie artist. On our second episode of Nikki Hears It First, I’m watching South Florida Artist Ivy with his visual to IDK. Produced by Mac Bassick. Take a look at what I thought about “IDK” and I would love to hear what you guys think about the track/visual! I would also like to add the song has a cool, calm, collect feeling to it I forgot to mention that in the video.
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[SOUTH CAROLINA] Femcee Xkluesyve brings us her music video to her previously featured single GIVE IT TO ‘EM! This track definitely falls under a certified street banger, produced by JS Beats. Xkluesyve brings her bars to the table on GIVE IT TO ‘EM, demonstrating how you don’t want to mess with her. Her lyrics are creative and catchy. Xkluesyve gets crown in this visual, while reciting her rhymes in an abandoned warehouse with her full support team. GIVE IT TO ‘EM was shot & Directed by GangstaGeak of Fleyes on the Wall. Make sure you follow Xkluesyve on Instagram and be on the look out for more content from the first Lady of LFMG!
Representing Milwaukee, WI, rapper King Cezar drops off the visual for his latest single “COLD.” Best describing his city, King Cezar paints a vivid picture over production by Lil Medic. Isolating himself far from his city is where he chooses to reflect on the past and present with hopes of having a bright future. Make sure you follow King Cezar on Twitter.
Mack Warbuckz makes his debut on NikkiSiixx.com with AMERICAN DILEMMA which features reoccurring artist Tone Skee. The single also features C-VISIONZ on the chorus. AMERICAN DILEMMA is the second single from Producer Franco’s upcoming project entitled AMOS WILSON BEAT TAPE, which should be dropping soon. As for Tone Skee he has recently dropped his Album D.N.D.C 3. Franco creates a smooth but yet hard hitting production where Mack Warbuckz, Tone Skee, and C-VISIONZ bring their emotions to life with this eye opening track. Telling their stories on how hard it is for a black man to live and strive in America. I really like the vibes the artist created on this track. Be on the lookout for more dope content from Mack Warbuckz, Tone Skee, and Producer Franco.
[NC 336, ATL, LA] Making her debut on NikkiSiixx.com we have something different from the usual hip-hop videos, this is some R&B/Soul music. This time we have singer/lyricist PJ with her first single GANGSTER off her forthcoming RARE EP. PJ is an accomplished songwriter who has written hits for Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign and Meek Mill. PJ has been busy after her SXSW showcases and a National College Tour. GANGSTER was directed by Snow Beach and reminiscent of Alanis Morissette’s classic “Ironic” music video. PJ confronts her alter-ego and imagines what life would be like if she wasn’t so nice. Preorder her EP, Rare, on iTunes now! And stay in the loop with PJ by following her social media accounts below:
Making his debut on NikkiSiixx.com, Texas Rapper King Trill brings us his latest visual to his newest single called GET THIS MONEY. In order to get this money you must know you need to work hard. According to King Trill “On Get This Money, King Trill tells the story of how he came up from the streets, created his own path in the rap game, and eventually got into Real Estate”. The track generates an energetic, heavy bass, and dope lyrics. GET THIS MONEY is produced by DJ Oreo. The song is available on iTunes and is the first release from King Trill’s debut album Real Estate.
Coming from the west side of windy city Chicago, rapper Fairplay drops off a visual for his latest single “Here.” The song contains a sample from Alessia Cara’s hit single that goes by the same name. Fairplay teams up with videographer Lil E and gives us a gritty visual, spitting real life bars with his crew not far behind him. If you like what you see, you can stay up to date with Fairplay on Twitter.