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V.I.P. is one of Central Texas' best kept secrets having performed at SXSW year after year and garnering attention of blogs across the country. Taking a hiatus after K-Paul was incarcerated, V.I.P. is back to bring fans what they were missing.
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Natural Born HustleHers
Nichole Ferguson better known by her stage name
"Mz. Nicky" grew up in Madisonville (Madville), a neighborhood located in Cincinnati, OH.
Mz. Nicky developed a love for hip hop at a young age and began rapping and performing in talent shows while only in elementary school. Inspired by No Limit’s first lady, Mia X, Mz Nicky aspired to be a household name of rap and became a member of the group; Married to the Game, which consisted of Cincinnati’s most known female bosses.
Business woman, entrepreneur and independent artist, Mz. Nicky is the product of productiveness and perseverance. With her knowledge and understanding of the industry, she possesses essential tools needed to implement and execute her blueprint of success. Realizing the only way to the top is to keep pressing forward, Mz. Nicky is consistently in the lab perfecting her skills while pushing to gain recognition and respect in an industry predominantly comprised of her male counterparts.
Mz. Nicky’s poetic fluidity and electric style of writing places her above the competition. Her lyrical ingeniousness is indisputable and is evident in her chart climbing hits This Weekend and Caked Up. She’s an emcee who’s proven to be a tremendously talented and intuitive versifier who manages to deliver an arrangement of songs and music that are heard from the arch of St. Louis to the bays of California. Keep watch… she’s just getting started.
Mz. Nicky’s new single Entitled Female MC is definitely a banga. Produced by Natown(BMI) and featuring Trin and DeAnn both off the Natural Born HustleHers Label. Check It out and send feedback, Interviews and drops requests to: