Explosive Argentine star Nicki Nicole enlists Spanish rapper Delaossa on her new single “Me Has Dejado“ (“You’ve Left Me”). The multi-talented female music force co-penned the song with Mauro De Tommaso and Evlay and co-produced the track with Delaossa and Kiddo.
The cinematic video was directed by Guillermo Centenera and filmed in Madrid. It showcases the R&B/rap game changer, Nicki Nicole, presenting the downfall of her on-screen relationship with track collaborator Delaossa. The official video features contrasting scenes of the two musicians with their friends. Nicki stuck on a sinking car and Delaossa in ruins. Watch HERE.
“Dani is someone that I admire very much. I have been a big fan of his since before I started making music. It is incredible to have my idol become my friend,” Nicki shares. “We made this song two years ago and my hope was to record it together in the studio, but due to the pandemic we had to finish it separately. Luckily, we were able to record the video together here in Spain. The great thing about this song is that it has my essence and his 100%.”
“Recording with Nicki was incredible because it was super organic. I learned about her through the Bizarrap session, and I reached out,” Delaossa remembers. “I invited her to sing with me at one of my shows, and then it flowed. When I went to Argentina we got together in the studio, and in about an hour and a half we created the song. It was supernatural and organic. It was a pleasure, there were great vibes. With Nicki there aren’t enough words.”
“Me Has Dejado” follows Nicki‘s break-out single “No Toque Mi Naik” with Lunay, which the pair performed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon during Nicki‘s U.S. television debut. Watch HERE. This national broadcast TV spotlight follows Nicki Nicole‘s “Best New Female Artist” win for Premio Lo Nuestro and Latin GRAMMY® nomination for “Best New Artist.” She was also selected for Billboard‘s ‘21 Under 21‘ and Entertainment Tonight’s ‘LatinX Artists on the Rise.’
The 20 year old Argentine artist evokes R&B and soul into Argentina’s exploding urban scene and is regularly celebrated for challenging gender stereotypes along the way, highlighted in her Vogue profile, as well as her honor in The Guardian which named her “the star defying Argentinian rap’s macho culture.” The FADER-cosigned Nicki as a “dexterous, shape-shifting MC…” and her 2021 releases prove her track record for global smash success.
Nicki‘s viral remix for Rochy RD‘s “Ella No Es Tuya“ with Myke Towers exploded across the globe with more than 400 million. Nicki‘s break-out hit “Wapo Trakatero“ has accumulated more than 175 Million streams. She’s also nominated for “The New Generation: Best New Female Artist” at Premios Juventud. Her smash hit “Colocao” which references the rapper Drake – is now RIAA certified as Latin Gold Status in the U.S. and has 205M total streams.