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New York, NY June 13, 2020 — Niko Brim, hip-hop artist, producer, and social impact leader, lifts the veil of centuries of oppression with a powerful new visual for his single, “Hard to Believe.” It’s part of his mission to implore black and brown youth to reclaim their narratives and make Juneteenth a federally recognized holiday.
“This is an artist jawn that reflects the times,” says Brim, who rhymes intently over an early ’90s hip-hop soundscape. “What’s going on in the world is nothing new and this lyric video makes it evident. I’m not afraid to carry the torch through my music.”
Fueling Niko Brim’s ascension is a combination of his artistry, sophisticated spitting, uplifting mantras, and fury for civil unity. Bred to use his dais consciously, Niko is the son of two certified life coach parents and influential music industry veterans, fashion icon Misa Hylton and V Records CEO JoJo Brim.
Niko Brim has independently amassed over one million streams, with hits, “Throne“, “Feds Watching“, and “Woke“, and his movements with the inspiring hip-hop collective CYN™ (Create Your Now), which Brim co-founded in 2012 with Kai Ca$h. Members include Christian Combs, K. Wales, ShaqNLivin, DJ TizzTheInfluence, and Great Dame. Over the last year, his performance stints on Rapsody’s 2020, A Black Woman Created This tour, “Sway’s Universe,” and on LiveXLive further positioned him as a rising star who’s swinging his mic for what’s right.
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