Nicki Nicole

Nicole Denise Cucco (August 25, 2000), aka Nicki Nicole, is an Argentine rapper and Latin urban singer from Rosario, Santa Fe. Born into a middle-class family, she developed a keen interest in music from a young age and got her start in freestyle rap battles. In 2019, Nicki Nicole made her official debut with the single “Wapo Traketero” and featured on the thirteenth installment of Bizarrap’s Music Sessions, which reached Number 3 on the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart. The much-hyped collaboration was followed by her proper studio debut, Recuerdos, released later that year. Featuring cameos by Cazzu and Duki, Recuerdos topped CAPIF’s Argentine Albums chart and also entered the charts in Mexico and Spain. Her first single of 2020, “Colocao,” not only enjoyed great popularity in her native country, where it peaked at Number 6, but also obtained gold certification in Spain, Mexico, and the United States. That year, she also appeared on Trueno’s Number 1 hit, “Mamichula,” and received a Latin Grammy nomination for Best New Artist. In 2021, she made history by becoming the first Argentine artist to ever perform live on Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show and issued the singles “No Toque Mi Naik” with Lunay and “Me Has Dejado” with Spanish rapper Delaossa. Parte de Mí, her sophomore album, hit the shelves a few months later and climbed to Number 12 on the Spanish charts, also hitting Number 13 on Billboard's Latin Pop Albums chart. Following the release of several collaborative singles with Trueno and Bizarrap ("Dangerous"), Eladio Carrión ("Nota"), and Emilia ("Intoxicao") throughout 2022, Nicki Nicole began teasing her third studio effort in 2023 through the singles "Qué Le Pasa Conmigo" with Rels B and "DISPARA ***" featuring Milo J. Alma, the album, came out in May of that year and charted at Number 19 in Spain.

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