Soon it became evident that Nikita had special gifts. Her stunning beauty and sultry voice caught the eyes and ears of Motown Records which she called home for her debut album, “As Sweet as it Comes.” Nikita again teamed up with Narada Michael Walden, but this time as THE artist as he produced one of the singles “All Over You, All Over Me.” She also ventured into song writing as she co-wrote “Take Me Higher,” with Narada for Diana Ross.
Nikita has recently teamed up with Darkside of Family Tree Productions to craft her highly anticipated sophomore album “Just Kita,” (Family Tree Records/Koch) set for release May 13, 2008. Handpicked songs, many penned by Nikita herself, open a window to the songstress you have never seen. Her powerful vocals carry the tightly produced album and will be led off with the upper mid-tempo jam, “911-LOVE.”
Nikita is prepared to take her music to her fans with a full band live performance onstage where she really feels at home. Nikita has already shared the stage with Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan, James Taylor, Patty Austin, and the William’s Brothers, which explains her captivating stage presence and mesmerizing vocal delivery. Nikita has performed internationally throughout Europe and Japan and is set to take center stage and once again and reminds us that when beauty meets talent and determination, you will find Nikita.
Edited by nikitagermaine on 28 Apr 2008, 04:55
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