Nikki Williams Biography
(Singer and Songwriter)
Birthday: November 9, 1988 (Scorpio)
Born In: Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Nikki Williams is a South African singer and songwriter known for her forceful and gutsy singing. Born in Port Elizabeth, she spent most of her childhood there before her family moved to the town of Nashville, United States. She grew up with thoughts of becoming a musician and country music was just one of the many genres she was interested in.
She remained in the States with her mother and little sister even after her parents divorced and her father returned to their homeland. The split of her parents deeply affected her and slowly transformed her into a social rebel. Teenage rebellion meant she was the most punk-looking girl in the home of country music and later she signed a publishing deal with Sony ATV during her junior year of high school. She co-wrote the song ‘Fly Again’ which landed on the soundtrack album of the movie ‘Country Strong’. Afterwards she relocated to Los Angeles where she signed a contract with a record producer and worked on her vocals. In November 2012, she released her first single, a breakup number titled ‘Kill, Fuck, Marry’, which received immediate recognition. The pop/rock track was followed by the club-oriented single ‘Glowing’ which became an instant success. She has just embarked on her road to success as an artist and surely has a promising career ahead of her.