Nikki Grier – Broke My Heart video

Here’s the new video to “Broke my heart” by Nikki Grier.  The track is produced by UK producer Dready.

The video is actually quite eery in my opinion, but this is a good thing, Nikki Grier differentiates herself well.

Enjoy the video, and also look out for her album, SoulGasm Vol. 6, which is due out on February 14th!

I’m sure we’ll see much more from Nikki soon as she’s been working with Dr. Dre on Detox.


Nikki Grier – I need some help

Another new track from Nikki Grier, to follow-up from her last two tracks in previous weeks, “I need some help” is out and is again unrelentlessly proving her talents.  The song is about being love sick.

Check out the track below that’s on Nikki’s channel.  Also be on the look out for Nikki Grier’s EP “Soulgasm Vol. 6” coming in November 2010.  Also go to

Nikki Grier featuring Ms Jade – Good Love

Here’s another track from Nikki Grier’s Soulgasm Vol. 6 ep, “Good Love”, which features Ms Jade.

“Good Love” and “Downtown” were both produced by Soul Nana.  These are both really great tracks, can’t wait to hear the next one from Nikki!

Nikki Grier featuring Busta Rhymes – Downtown

You’ll have read about Nikki Grier in previous posts of mine, and I really do support her talent, she’s working with Aftermath.

Nikki has worked with the likes of Dr. Dre, Eminem, 50 Cent, Busta Rhymes, Stat Quo, Bishop Lamont, Raphael Saadiq, God Body, Ginuwine. Nikki has also written songs for 50 Cent (“Fire”).

Now Nikki is in the process of releasing Soulgasm Vol. 6, and is currently sharing every two weeks one track, the second track, and most recent being “Downtown” which features Busta Rhymes.  As you can hear from this song, she’s really got a great sound and is differentiating herself so well.

Nikki Grier, Soulgasm Vol. 6

Here’s a the promo video for Aftermath Records singer and songwriter Nikki Grier’s project, Soulgasm Vol. 6.

Nikki Grier has worked with a host of artists and producers as shown in the video including Dr. Dre, Eminem, 50 Cent, Busta Rhyme, Genuwine.  Previous songs include “Any Day Now” produced by Dr. Dre, and “Incredible” featuring 50 Cent.