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Nicky OMG! Singer | Songwriter | Swagg Clothing owner | Entrepreneur | Philanthropist – Born, in Morristown, TN, a small country town. As a child Nicky was instilled with music from the greats. Her specific memories are of being around 4 years old, singing songs for her family & friends from Z.Z. Hill’s “Cheatin in the Next Room”, and “Down Home Blues”, Percy Sledge’s “Dark End of The Street”, and Otis Redding’s “These Arms of Mine”, and “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long”. While still a small child, at 10, Nicky wrote her first song, “Dear Diary”, and it was love at first pen stroke. Today, Nicky has over 400 songs in nearly every genre, including Rap, R&B, Pop, Country, Christian, and Rock. Nicky has her own unique style, swag, and charm that is addictive to say the least. She has so much swag, she developed her own clothing line Swagg by iRoc that is quickly becoming a success. You simply only have to meet Nicky or even just listen to one song and you’re sucked in. Nicky plans to “Bring the feeling back to music”, and is already off to a great start doing just as she set out, with her hit singles “Headphones In World Out”, “Best I Never Had”, and “When I Get Time” selling more than 195,000 total units with virtually no promotion. She purchased her first house with a home studio recently with the money. Nicky has Rocked many sold-out stages, and clubs, and has fans across the United States. Nicky describes her music as “Neo-Soul, Full of Emotion Old School Music, meets the Current sound of today’s music, mixed up in a Pop Blender. This combination works for Nicky and it works well, with fans in nearly every walk of life, age, and race. Nicky knows no boundaries, and she wouldn’t have it any other way. There’s something special and different about Nicky, she feels it and everyone that listens to her music feels it. On Nicky’s facebook page, people often confess that that they felt Cold Chills while listening to Nicky’s music. You don’t often hear that these days, as ‘feeling’ is being lost in today’s music more and more. I asked Nicky why does your music have so much feeling? Nicky passionately answered “Music is my heart, my soul, and my love, and so that’s what I put into my music”. Nicky hopes her music will at some small level, change the world, not only by making people feel more, and therefore Care more, but also by giving her the means to bring awareness to charities that are dear to her heart such as the fight to end world hunger. Nicky emphatically states “No one should ever be hungry, Ever! The world produces enough food for everyone, so let’s do something about it!“.