Hip-hop artist and producer Aulsondro “Novelist” Hamilton, aka Emcee N.I.C.E., Earns Across-the-Board Winning Platform With Chart-Topping Success on First Inspirational Album, PRAISE and Hit Single “I Got Angels”
Bypassing Streaming, Direct-to-Consumer Ingenuity Based Solely on Music Blended in Hip Hop, Gospel, R&B and Pop Sends Debut Song and Album To The Top
To evolve is to live in a constant state of learning, often chameleonic and with detours off the path you first set out to conquer. Emcee N.I.C.E., a veteran Hip Hop artist, producer, writer and all-around creative, has been climbing a long and winding ladder of musical leadership that’s included collaborations with rap icons NAS and 2Pac (posthumously), a song in the Academy Award-winning film “Crash,” and a cover of a Prince song, enthusiastically approved by The Artist himself. Yet all along, the impact N.I.C.E. has been grinding hardest to achieve is as a man with uplifting messages of love, optimism and Christian inspiration tailor made to change the lives of urban youth that need them the most. N.I.C.E.’s path has triumphantly led to the independent chart-topping success of his single “I Got Angels” and debut album on PRAISE – faith-fortified message music bonded with the street heat of urban pop’s hottest hits and, most importantly, powerful metaphorical lyrics kicked by a wise young brother who has lived, strived and studied that of which he speaks. Plus, as an author as well as co-creator of the urban animated series “Da Jammies,” the first black animated music series for kids on Netflix, N.I.C.E. knows no creative limits.
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