Like many of his peers, Nick London began working on his craft at a very young age: spitting lines, shaping his bars, and winning battles in public parks and school hallways, and releasing his first mixtape before he even got out of high school. But unlike many of his peers, the 22-year-old London has already taken his music to the world stage, going on tour in Brazil for this year's Carnaval, as well as playing shows around the States with artists like Big K.R.I.T, Juicy J, Chevy Woods, Smoke DZA, and Cyhi The Prynce. He's from Miami, born and bred, and his experiences living there shine through in the content of his lyrics as well as his rhythmic flow and infectious hooks.
Case in point? "Molly Water" - an explosive track that lit up the hip hop blogosphere when it was released earlier this year ahead of Nick London's first EP London's Game. That EP was also well received, and is now available on just about ever major music platform on the net. London has already worked with producers such as The R.E.G.I.M.E. and the Grammy-award winning Infamous, but this star will only continue to rise from here.