Nic Poetic Interview

Nic Poetic was born in Lafayette, LA and graduated from Acadiana High School. He also attended Clever High School in Missouri for two years. He has lived in ten states, mostly southeast. Nic has also serverd in the military for over five years. Nic started writing rock music at the age of thirteen and later switched to free-styling and writing raps in his late teens.

What is your name? Nic Poetic

Where are you from? Texarkana, AR

How long have you been making music? 15 yrs

How many songs /albums have you released to date? One mixtape (20 tracks)

Can you tell us about your latest release and the background and inspirations behind it? “Bone Daddy” which is available on Datpiff and here on Beatsta, released Jan 4th 2015 Recorded in Concord, NC and Texarkana, AR adventures in/from/thru Lafayette, LA Shreveport, LA Charlotte, NC Columbia, SC Temple, TX and Fort Lee, VA

How have you ended up in the music industry? I decided to do what I want and love as opposed to what others think I should do.

What do you think of the music industry in 2015? We’ll see

Who do you think the most influential artist? Ab-Soul

Who have you collaborated with so far in your career? DeGrate Love

Dead or alive, who would be your dream collaboration? Ashanti

What was the first album you bought? SpaceJam Soundtrack

What’s your favorite song at the moment? Illuminate ft. Kendrick Lamar by Ab-Soul

Who is the most influential artist now, and 10 years ago? Twista

If you had to sell your music collection tomorrow, what album would you leave in your draw? Control System – Ab-Soul

How do you think you differ from other artists? Self-Awareness

What is your favorite saying? Clothes don’t make the man

What other hobbies or interests do you have? Girls

Do you have any tattoos or piercings? 6 tattoos (full color), 4 piercings

What’s your favorite saying? You never knock another man’s style

Tell us more about your upcoming project? It will be called Bone Daddy 2 (in due time)

Thank you for your time and may you carry on making dope, fresh music.
Thanks for the article, sincerely ~N. Poetic