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Fame Magazine Digital Cover: Nicki Nicole

Nicki Nicole has established herself as a dominating force in music with an explosive fan base and over 13.9 million Instagram followers
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Fame Magazine Digital Cover: Nicki Nicole

Nicki Nicole is a rising star in the Latin American music scene, known for her unique style, catchy beats, and powerful lyrics. Born as Nicole Denise Cucco on September 10, 2000, in Rosario, Argentina, she was raised in a family that valued music. Her father was a musician, and her mother was a music teacher, which inspired her to pursue a career in music at a young age.

Nicki started writing songs and posting them on social media in 2016, but it wasn't until 2018 that she gained national recognition with her debut single "Wapo Traketero." The song's catchy beat and Nicki's unique voice quickly caught the attention of music fans across Latin America, and it went on to become a viral hit. Since then, Nicki has released several successful singles, including "Mala Vida," "Colocao," "No Toque Mi Naik," and "Plegarias."

Nicki Nicole // Fame Magazine
Photo by: Lori Laboureau

Nicki's music style is a fusion of reggaeton, trap, and pop, and she often incorporates elements of her Argentinian heritage into her songs. Her lyrics cover a range of topics, from love and heartbreak to social issues and female empowerment. Her music has been praised for its authenticity and relatability, especially among young people. She has quickly become a role model for many of her fans, who admire her for her unique style, talent, and activism.

In addition to her music career, Nicki is also known for her work as an activist and advocate for women's rights in Argentina. She has used her platform to speak out against gender-based violence and to promote gender equality, earning her respect and admiration from fans around the world.

@fame.magazine 🌠 Witness the rise of Nicki Nicole (@nicki.nicole) – the explosive Argentine singer, songwriter, and rapper, gracing Fame Magazine's digital cover and capturing fans worldwide ❤️‍🔥 #RisingStar #DigitalCover#NickiNicole ♬ original sound - Bruh

Nicki's achievements in music and activism have made her a role model and inspiration to many. Her biggest achievements include the viral success of "Wapo Traketero," her collaboration with fellow Argentinian rapper Trueno on the hit song "Mamichula," winning the Best Latin America North Act award at the MTV Europe Music Awards in 2020, performing at the prestigious Lollapalooza Argentina music festival in 2020, and releasing her debut album "Recuerdos" in 2021.

Nicki's latest offering, "NO voy a llorar :’)", is a personal and mature new track that reaffirms the strength of Nicki Nicole's force. The song is accompanied by an official music video, directed by Lucas Vignale, which sees a sensitive, reflective, and mature Nicki Nicole, affirming her inner-voice underneath the water in a bathtub and reemerging with full confidence to take on what's next in her life and musically.

Closing out the year gracing the magazine covers of Galore and Metal's Acero, Nicki just wrapped her first headline tour in Mexico, following recent North America festival performances at Coachella, This Ain't No Picnic, and Baja Beach. Nicki released explosive collaborations in 2022 with artists spanning the genre from Camilo, Eladio Carrión, Christina Aguilera, Emilia, and Los Ángeles Azules.

Nicki Nicole has established herself as a dominating force in music with an explosive fan base and over 13.9 million Instagram followers since the 22-year-old Argentine singer, songwriter, and rapper "broke into the music scene" when her 2019 track "Wapo Traketero" became a hit and showcased her gritty, darkly hued R&B sound to the world. She has been highlighted for defying Argentinian rap's macho culture and challenging gender stereotypes and machismo.

Team Credits

Photographers: Loli Laboureau @lolilaboureau & César Balcázar


Stylist: Cucchi & Pagani @cucchipagani

Hair: Maia Ludueña @maialuduena

Makeup: Ínes Pizarro @inespizarro

PR: @FrazesCreative

Design by: UADV

Magazine Post Production: Alex Quin, Luzma Echeverry

Magazine Social Content: Alejandra Medina & Valentina Cardona