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Scheduled for Realease in 2008:
1. "Book ME for the club"
2. "Big Gun"
3. "All These Girls"
4. "Blaze It"
5. "I Need You"
6. "Man of the Peace"
7. "Ghetto Pickney"

Releases in 2005
Song: "Dale Caliente" Daddy Yankee ft. Blacka Nice
Album: "Barrio Fino en Directo"
Radio Release
Over 1 Million Pre-Sales

Releases in 2004
Song: "Dale Caliente" Daddy Yankee ft. Blacka Nice
Album: "Barrio Fino"
Over 4 Million sold world wide



Born in Kingston, Jamaica and having lived in the Boogie Down for many years now has helped Blacka Nice develop into one of the most unique reggae artist today. Blacka's music takes his creatively expressive chants of life's joys and struggles and combines them with the mainstream rhythms of Reggae, Hip Hop, Dance and more.

Blacka is no stranger to the music industry. Artists from all over have visited his recording studio (Black Love Recording Studio) in the Bronx. Artist like Yami Bolo, Anthony B, Leroy Smart, Capleton, Junior Cat, Merciless, Greg Nice, D-Block, Daddy Yankee and Mary J. Blige just to name a few. For years Blacka has made his studio available to aspiring artists and has worked with them on their projects.

He got his first world wide exposure in 1994 with the release of reggaeton superstar Daddy Yankee's multi-platinum album "Barrio Fino" in which Blacka features on the song "Dale Caliente". The success of the song itself warranted a re-release in 2005, a CD/DVD package titled "Barrio Fino En Directo" which sold 1 million copies in pre-sales alone. "Dale Caliente" was included on the CD, a live concert version of the song was filmed and released on the DVD and it was released as a radio single as well. "Barrio Fino" became the first Reggaeton album to reach Platinum status in the United States making Blacka Nice the first Reggae Artist to feature on a platinum reggaeton track.

Since, Blacka Nice has been in the studio developing his album which is scheduled to be released in 2008. Blacka is currently promoting two dancehall singles. "Book ME for the club", a fun tune with an old school twist (track created by Luis "Phat Kat" Vega who produced "O.P.P" for Naughty By Nature) about the changes in Hip Hop over the years and how Blacka is still a promoter's best bet when booking entertainment.

And "BIG GUN", a strong reminder that our biggest "GUN" is our "VOICE". It's about the importance of speaking out for what's right and spreading social awareness without resorting to violence. It was inspired by the police shooting that led to the tragic death of Sean Bell.

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