ARGENTINA.- It seems that Nicki Nicole’s musical career is at the peak of success, and it is that the Argentine sang “No toque mi Naik” in The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, it was Latin Grammy nominated for “Vengeance” and, now, within the framework of Hispanic Heritage Month, the artist particulated in the musical cycle of the Tiny Desk Concert by NPR.
With a concert from home that lasted just over 15 minutes, the interpreter of “Mala Vida” showed that he can get along quite well with the acoustic format too, because he gave a great prominence to his voice and was able to explore new versions for his most famous songs.
Nicki Nicole interprets her debut single “Wapo Traketero”, her quarantine hit “Colocao”, her most recent song “Parte de me” and “Baby”, without leaving aside “Mala Vida”, and even a freestyle that lasted little, but for many it left a great mark. In this new opportunity, the artist incorporated two choristers, bandoneon, violin, guitar, mandolin, drums, bass, piano, cello, among other instruments.
The objective of including these instruments was to pay a tribute to the Argentine tango traditionWhile the presence of the violins and cello, he sought to “make his songs memorable new versions”, and according to the comments of the video, he succeeded.
His participation in Tiny Desk Concert was within the Hispanic Heritage Month, which takes place from September 15 to October 15, a period in which other musicians also participated, as was the case with Camila Cabello and J Balvin, raising their pride.
It’s the first time that I’m going to play live Baby, which is a song that we all love as a band and there is nothing better than to share it here (…) I really wanted to show you something more about the upcoming album ”, he had expressed at the time.
On the other hand, Nicki Nicole announced through her Twitter account that soon he would give dates for his tour of Argentina, which caused the excitement of all his followers for wanting to see the artist live now that, progressively, different activities return to normal with face-to-face events.
For now, the presence of Nicole Denisse Cucco, the rapper’s full name, on NPR Music, already has more than 180 thousand views on YouTube and managed to position itself at number 19 of the platform’s trends.