PRLog - May 20, 2014 - LOS ANGELES -- American pop recording artist Nikkole sets in motion her brand new Pop/Dance single “Gonna Get It Right” with a digital release date of May 27, 2014. The song is destined to be a chart topper with it’s high energy and killer party groove! It was produced by multi-platinum British – Powerhouse Producer Derek Bramble (David
Nikkole - "Hallucinations" Album Cover and "Gonna Get It Right" Single Cover
Bowie, Faith Hill, Whitney Houston), mixed by Grammy Award-winning engineer Ted Greenberg (P!NK, Chaka Khan, The Cure), and mastered by Pete Doell for Universal Music Group. There are also hot, pulsating, infectious dance remixes by Billboard Hit-makers such as: PaperCha$er (Enrique Iglesias, Kelly Clarkson, Indina Menzel [Frozen]), Razor N Guido (Shakira, Rihanna, Selena Gomez, Karmin), and Bailey Smalls (Bruno Mars, Afrojack). The fast paced light driven video was directed by Ethan Lader (B.o.B, One Republic, Bruno Mars, Mariah Carey and is slated for delivery to MTV, VH1, and VEVO in addition to numerous other outlets. The album entitled “Hallucinations”
Nikkole has struck gold with her previous musical releases by having 48 of her songs licensed to MTV for TV Shows, in addition to songs from her catalog being selected for movies, and commercials. The singer/songwriter has had 3 Number 1 singles on radio in the UK, spent 8 weeks at Number 1 on Billboard as co-writer and vocalist with GRAMMY Award-winning artist Norman Brown, on their song, “You Keep Lifting Me Higher". Nikkole’s immense talent has guided her to write and record with legendary GRAMMY and Latin GRAMMY Award-winning artist Arturo Sandoval on their song entitled, “Amazing”. Additionally, she has shared the stage with some of the world's top performers such as Babyface, Boyz II Men, Macy Gray, Bobby Brown, etc. The pioneering artist has been featured in countless magazines, and was chosen by Cosmo as one of America's Top 10 Fearless Female Rockstars!
Nikkole says, “This all stems from the very beginning when I was two years old. I would sit down at my favorite toy, a pink baby grand piano and begin playing and belting out original compositions that friends and family members say were surprisingly good.” As a child, the singer also drew heavily on her Native American roots beating out rhythm patterns on her Tom-Tom set.
With such a strong foundation in music, there’s no wonder that Nikkole’s fourth studio album, “Hallucinations”
With so much on the musical landscape, Nikkole says, “I will continue to evolve; because evolution is the gift of the universe.”
After having previewed the 12 track set myself, I have to concur. “Hallucinations”