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Ni-Cola about


Northern singer-songwriter

Ni-Cola first emerged onto the UK gospel scene in late 2004. Within just a few months Ni-Cola submitted a demo to the Gem Awards, of her soon to be released single titled “Still Here” of which she later received a nomination in 2004 for Best female newcomer. Such an honour and complete shock to the singer who had literally just emerged from Manchester.


Ni-Cola began to play on several key stages in Manchester, building her profile and sharing her faith.

The mancunian born singer needs no introduction, she can engage a small intimate crowd or command an auditorium full of people to let go and have a good time in the presence of God. Performing in front of 20,000 people in California was a major hightlight in the singers young career, and has helped her to set her goals high.

Ni-Cola had faced many a hard time but always remembers where she has come from. It’s the knowing God is with you always that keeps the young singer focused on the prize.



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Ni-Cola Ministries

Tel: +44 161-850-3111

Mob:07769 559 557

Since her debut album, Ni-Cola has grown spiritually, musically, and is more confident in who she is. I used to try and fit into a box, when people would invite us to come and perform, but now, I say look, I don’t know what’s gonna happen, just expect the unexpected, we practise yes, we rehearse yes, we sound check yes, but I cannot guarantee that’s what we’ll do, and it’s all over to the Holy Spirit from that moment. Ni-Cola has performed at countless events up and down the country and internationally, from high schools, festivals, concerts, nightclubs, outreaches, Television, Radio and Conferences.

In 2010 Ni-Cola embarked on a 20 date US college TOUR across Ohio and Alabama playing at the world renowned Tuskeegee University which the singer noted was such an honour and momentous occasion.

On Ni-Cola’s return to the UK, she successfully headlined her own UK Tour showcasing her sophomore album “Love Out Loud’ which presented futher accolades to the “Lil lady with the big voice”, receiving TWO nominations for the prestigious MOBO award for “Best Gospel Act” in 2012 and 2015 and also a nomination for the Urban Music Awards (UMA's) in 2015 for "Best Gospel Act" she is now flying her MOBO flag high and 2016's bar has been set very high for the award winning singer, who is also the first cousin of X factor finalist Misha B.


Having performed in front of thousands at the “Barbados Gospel Festival” in (2014) alongside, Tye Tribbett, Damita Haddon, and Hezekiah Walker, making her debut performance at the “House of Commons” performing her cover of “Alabaster Box Ni-Cola is excited for what lies ahead!


Ni-Cola is the proud CEO of Manchester Community Spirit, (an arts charity dedicated to reaching out to disadvantaged young people across Manchester) using the creative and performing arts and also the founder of the Manchester Black History Festival.


Ni-Cola has shared the stage with several UK/International artists Damita Haddon, Tye Tribbet, Hezekiah Walker, Marvia Providence, Chevelle Franklyn, Sherwin Gardner, St Matthew, Stitchie, Ron Kenoly, Muyiwa, Noel Robinson, Israel Houghton, Junior Tucker, Lisa McClendon to name a few.


2015 Mobo nominee

for Best Gospel Act