Artist / Band / Musician
Progressive / Reggae / Roots Music
2Nice's musical career started on the reggae dancehall circuit at the tender age of 14. He started work alongside Yush recordings and was schooled by Daddy Noddy & UK Reggae veterans like Ricky Ranking & Horseman. 2Nice then joined forces with Golden Melody, with whom he went on to perform as a duo at many popular events like Choice fm's Rapology and supporting Mad Cobra on his UK Tour. At 18 2Nice was introduced to the UK Garage and went on to have his debut release 'Ladies Delight'. He quickly progressed in this genre and worked alongside his brother, DJ Digital forming the 'Untouchablez', playing a host of weekly radio show’s on London’s pirate radio circuit and at Choice FM with Commander B. Untouchablez were approached by Sound City Recordings and released 'So Hot' featuring Leanne Marie. This followed with a tour of the UK supporting Lisa Roxanne & Tommi, courtsey of Mission Control and also appearing on the front cover of the 2002 edition of RWD magazine. The underground hit was on the verge of being signed but due decline in the UK garage scene, Untouchablez split and 2Nice made the decision to return to his dancehall roots. 2Nice kick started he's solo career by releasing 'Diamonds are Forever' an EP which was well received and got him on a tour of France with French/UK Eternal sound system. During this time he started to collaborate with many artists & producers some including international superstar Mark Morrison on the UK mix to single 'Lately' and on track 'Shake it like that' with a video that received heavy rotation on MTV Base and Channel U. 2Nice was also working with Curtis Lynch Junior and Big League Records international producer Seani B with songs like, 'G Rock' and 'More Dough'. 2Nice also featured on a compilation CD ‘Hot it up’ with track 'Rollin' produced by the UK's Mafia and Fluxy alongside many international artist like Bennie Man & Sizzla. Other UK releases included Commander B‘s Pum Pum Rhythm & Terror Danjah’s 'Cock Back'. A video & single release of “Gangsta No” on Terror Danjah’s Aftershock label went straight in at number 3 on (Channel U) chart and reaching No 1 chart position in University Magazine "Da Bizz". This received airplay from some of the UK's biggest grimeDJ's such as DJ Cameo (1Xtra BBC), Logan Sama (Kiss fm), and DJ Spyro. Following this 2Nice has appeared on Aftershock album ‘Shock to the system’ (Universal Records). 'Sound of the pirates' (Universal Records) Mafia & Fluxy’s ‘Rnb into Reggae’ Album Vol 1. 2Nice’s mix cd ‘Faith & Work’ Musketears recordings ‘I don’t need this’. 2Nice has currently hooked up with Banana Klan's A&R Simba gee & Incredible music's Tubbz who have agreed to license one of his masterpieces in the next few months, and have started promoting him music over the Europe & the UK.
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