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Nikki Clan is a Mexican rock band that originated in Nogales and Mexicali, in northern Mexico.

In January of the year 2005, Alberto Espinoza, who used to be part of the independent group "The Meats" of Nogales, Sonora, contacts the producer Abelardo Vázquez to check their music; two months later, "The Meats" receive the invitation of the producing one to integrate in the main voice to Yadira Gianola, and it is as well as the band was born.

In April of the 2005 they begin to work together in the recording of some we give as "Mírame" and "Dímelo a mí". In July of the same year they present to Sony BMG the project which is accepted and two months later sign a discographic contract with this company for the recording of five albums. In November of the same year they began the recordings of their first album under the address and production of Abelardo Vázquez (creator and producing of the group Reik) and Joe's coproduction Marlett.

In January of the 2006 they finish their first discographic material called the same way as the band: Nikki Clan, which is a compilation of several covers in Spanish of songs interpreted originally in English. The first single of the album was "Mírame", which includes a video that began to be transmitted by MTV Latin America March 22 the 2006.

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