Emerging Hackney, based rapper  Nicki Knightz is back with the visuals for the heartfelt single “1964 (Howlett Drive).” The rapper burst through the doors with her debut EP Hate in 2018 which led to her headlining her own show. She took some time off to focus on other things but now she returns with her unique raw and unfiltered style. Bolstered by Henny Knightz soulful backdrop, Nicki tells the story of her mother and the struggles she had to overcome. In a matter of frank manner, Nicki paints a vivid picture of a woman who moved to London only to end up as a single parent. It sure sounds sad but at the end of the day, it was all God’s plan, and every ordeal eventually ends.

The visual is quite reflective and somewhat moody as well. It really captures the life and times of Nicki’s mother and all the good times as well.

“1964 (Howlett Drive)” is the 3rd single taken from her latest EP For The Uninformed.

Get “1964 (Howlett Drive)” on all DSPs here.

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