[Watch] Michigan Rapper Nique-Got It Changes The Cultural Landscape For Midwest Hip-Hop

Some rappers make music to inspire and motivate, sharing their successes and highlighting their rise to the top. Others create music simply chronicling their struggles. Nique Got-It’s latest single, “All My” is a striking blend of both, showcasing the stark contrasts of highs and lows of being a product of a drug-ridden community and current life of fame and success through music, essentially turning nothing into something.

Opening the song with an airy melodic soundscape the heavy trap-like bass immediately permeates the air, followed by Nique Got-It’s fiery raw testimony, effortlessly riding the beat.  ‘I won’t tell a secret; this ain’t all my dope’, the Michigan lyricist delivers the sharp message that he is indeed the “trap slave owner”, but he’s not incriminating himself; these are simply lyrics of a possible career from yesteryear.

Nique Got-It presents something sonically different as an artist from the Midwest, as his music is more reminiscent of a southern artist, a nod of respect to his favorite artist, Yo Gotti. His diverse delivery transcends regional barriers and offers listeners and fans an array of musical ingenuity. Receiving accolades from many hip-hop greats, Nique Got-It has what it takes to push Michigan to the forefront of rap music. 

Stream “All My” below; now available on all streaming platforms.

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