Nikki Lynette is an indie artist whose style is equal parts hip hop, alternative, and pop. Her self-produced tunes have been featured in popular shows on MTV, Fox, Hulu, and more and have garnered digital and print features for publications like Billboard, Bust, and Vibe. Her work has been featured in media ranging from Spike Lee's hit Netflix series "She's Gotta Have It" to the viral commercial "Imagine," which won Nikki her first American Music Producer Award. Nikki Lynette fuses activism into her songs and performances and has created a lane for her music that is uniquely her own. She is currently developing a play entitled "Get Out Alive" with the prestigious American Music Theater Project as well as shooting a mental health documentary entitled "Happy Songs About Unhappy Things."
Here are a few things that you should know about my blog:
1. I'm opinionated. And I'm okay with that. I'm not a reporter you guys; the articles I write may, at times, be slightly biased. If you don't like it, comment about it, and we can engage in a healthy debate... or an unhealthy debate, depending on what you're into.
2. There will, on occasion, be coarse language and/or adult subject matter. If you're easily offended by words such as "cooter" or "douchelord," maybe my blog isn't for you. Bye. Remember me fondly.
3. Becoming Nikki Lynette is not a music industry advice column. This blog is a place for me to share my opinionated & biased thoughts on stuff that is happening in pop culture, news that interests me, and stuff that is going on in my daily life.
5. If you talk trash in the comment box, don't be surprised if I talk trash back. Don't start no sh*t won't be no sh*t.
To learn more about me, hear my music, or see my upcoming events, please visit nikkilynette.com. Enough about me. Go read my blog!