Emcee N.I.C.E.
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Emcee N.I.C.E.

El Paso, TX | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | INDIE | AFTRA

Established on Jan, 2014
Solo Hip Hop Gospel




"Multimedia artist with El Paso ties still has love for hometown"

With each new generation comes a new crop of artists pursuing the dream — making it in the big time but staying close to your El Paso roots. Multimedia recording artist and former El Pasoan Emcee N.I.C.E. knows how it's done, and wants to share his knowledge with others.

N.I.C.E., whose real name is Aulsondro “Novelist” Hamilton, was born in California but relocated to El Paso with his mom as a young child. He attended Rusk, Logan Heights and Travis elementary schools; Bassett and Canyon Hills middle schools; and Irvin and Austin high schools.

N.I.C.E. has producing credits alongside some of hip hop's greatest artists — 2Pac and Nas — and co-produced Da Jammies, an animated children's show on Netflix. He's collaborated with other artists, and now wants to bring what he's learned to a proposed performing arts school in El Paso.

"Growing up in El Paso, you discover the beauty of things," N.I.C.E said in a phone interview Thursday. "It was so diverse in culture, so I enjoyed that. Having the ability to grow up in that allowed me to be receptive to cultures everywhere. In El Paso we all got along."

Although the school is still in its planning stages, N.I.C.E. said he's talked to a couple of El Paso city representatives about bringing the project closer to reality.

N.I.C.E. said he wants his proposed school to be a pipeline into bigger cities like Los Angeles, New York City and Atlanta. He said it can be difficult for local artists to get their start in the Borderland.

"It’s still hard to get noticed or get into high profile arenas as far as music and TV because there’s nobody there," N.I.C.E. said. "You have to go to other places."

El Paso is currently in the middle of a sea of up-and-coming Borderland-bred artists, like artists Evander Griiim and Khalid. N.I.C.E. said it's important for emerging artists to stay true to themselves.

"Stay true to who you are," N.I.C.E. said. "These days and times are real different in terms of music. Stay focused on the ultimate goal, which is to be successful. You do that by staying true and focused."

N.I.C.E. is working on a slew of multimedia projects, including a docuseries and a book, but said he still comes to El Paso to visit his mom, who lives in the Northeast. He said he's amazed by the growth he sees in El Paso each time he visits.

N.I.C.E. also said that he hopes he and other artists can portray El Paso's reality and help correct misconceptions about the city.

"When I say El Paso, people think 'El Chapo,' " N.I.C.E. said. "They think about the Mexican cartel; they don’t get the real reflection. Hopefully with myself and others, we can show the diversity of El Paso and how it’s actually really cool."

- Sara Sanchez - El Paso Sun Times

"Emcee N.I.C.E. at #8 on Billboard Hot Single Sales 2014 Year End Chart"

Emcee N.I.C.E. closes year of 2014 at #8 on the Billboard Hot Single Sales 2014 Year End Chart - Billboard Magazine | Billboard.com

"Emcee N.I.C.E. - #11 on Billboard Hot Single Sales Chart"

Emcee N.I.C.E. opens 2015 at #11 on the (January 03, 2015) Billboard Hot Single Sales Chart (HSS) - Section -E- - Billboard Magazine | Billboard.com

"Emcee N.I.C.E. #8 Billboard Hot Single Sales Chart"

Emcee N.I.C.E. #8 on the (January 10th, 2015) Billboard Hot Single Sales Chart - Billboard Magazine | Billboard.Biz

"N.I.C.E. Is Not Your Average Emcee"

Hip hop music generates billions of dollars annually in profits for rappers, labels, distributors, retailers and anyone else that can profit from this precious commodity. The music genre that was once considered a fad has become a sub culture and has influenced generations since the 70’s. Fans remember when hip hop music was positive and emcees danced to a different beat like Run D-M-C, Salt-n-Pepa, Whodini, Queen Latifah, KRS One, MC Lyte, Big Daddy Kane and so on. In the 90’s hip hop was out-staged and gangster rap emerged as the undisputed champion of music on the air waves and music charts. Gangster rap pushed the envelope so far that some records were banned in the U.S.A and other countries. Rap lyrics were more vulgar, more violent, and more degrading towards women. The music videos painted a vivid picture that some say was a true portrait of life in the ghettos and poor communities that so many people ignored and refused to acknowledge. Many rappers claim that their music was a glimpse into their lives and circumstances. Politicians, churches, and community leaders protested and boycotted against rappers and gangster rap music. For a while the entire world was in an uproar about gangster rap music. Unfortunately the violence promoted through gangster rap music escalated and some rappers lost their lives including 2Pac, Notorious BIG, Big L and others. It took quite a while for conservatives to realize that gangster rap is not a reflection of all rappers or hip hop music. There is some positive, catchy, and clever hip hop music available on the mainstream market. All hip hop artist or rappers do not cuss and they do not glorify violence. One hip hop trailblazer whom stands out in the crowd because he raises the bar and is super talented is Emcee N.I.C.E. He has recorded numerous albums, can be heard on movie soundtracks, can be seen on TMZ, and has worked with some of the best artist that the business has to offer. Recently Emcee N.I.C.E. talked to the Las Vegas Informer about his career and new hit single and music video.

How has your Puerto Rican heritage influenced your music?

My heritage influences my music from a more substance based angle than a musicality standpoint, although the musicality of my heritage helps me understand music as a whole.

For instance in referencing substance, I didn’t grow up with the hustle mentality that was something I had to learn later. I grew up understanding how important it was to be “Together” and to “Love” and to “Work Hard” for what you want while having fun doing it and that’s what you will hear and feel in my music with a splash here and there of some authentic “Bomba, Plena” and or some even “Reggaeton”.

Describe the origin and meaning of N.I.C.E.

The meaning of N.I.C.E. is real simple, “Novelist Is Constantly Evolving”. The one thing that I have always been taught was to adjust & adapt and in order to that, you have to be willing to evolve because the world changes every day. In most industry circles I am known as “Novelist” because of my ability to translate life through pen and pad, whether it’s through songs, poetry, book writing and or movies.

Was producing, writing, and performing music your first career choice?

Producing, writing, and performing in the beginning was a hobby until I got good at it, but my focus had been on football and writing books. Growing up I was always known as the writer in class, that guy that if you needed a cool story and or concept, I was the one. In fact it was my teacher that started calling me “Young Novelist” and it stuck with me.

If you had to select a career other than music what would it be?

Other than music? It would be an Author and or Director; I have a pretty good imagination. I can vividly write the story in detail and pull it together visually.

In your past what phone call or e-mail or meeting or situation confirmed your potential or success?

When I met Papa De’Jon and DJ Fat Jack that brought together the Mass Men coalition with founder Minister 2 Bad, both De’Jon and Fat Jack had incredible musical knowledge. De’Jon in his earlier years was conga player and part of the Young Hearts while DJ Fat Jack at this time was a Hot rising producer who had been working in conjunction with DJ Slip who had the Platinum group CMW aka Compton’s Most Wanted.

At that time I had migrated from El Paso, Texas to Topeka, Kansas on to California. Although in Topeka I was one of the best hands down that transition to California was different animal. On every block was 100 rappers and out of that 100, 25 of them could be superstars.

So the confirmation came for me when the L.A. underground accepted me and from there I adjusted my charismatic aggressive style and bloomed.

What did you learn from being a member of Mass Men and KansasCali that helped shape your music today?

With the Mass Men it was “Respect for Family”. For instance, we were on our way to a major showcase that could potentially put the whole crew on and some members of the main group “Mass Ministry” got into a car accident. Me being hungry, once the accident was cleaned up, I was like, “Okay let’s go do the show” but everyone else out of respect didn’t want to. At the time I didn’t understand it as I do now. The mentality of The Mass Men was that “We are 1” and I was thinking about trying to get on and get out. That was a pivotal moment for me in regards to my mental preparation and approach to the music industry.

With KansasCali it was the “ability to re-invent”. We started off as an R&B Hip-Hop group out of Las Vegas ripping every club to rip. At the time R Kelly & Jay Z came out doing the same exact thing we were doing with the exception they were a collabo, we were an actual group. We at that time had done records with K-Ci of Jodeci, Aaron Hall, MC Lyte and more but the more shows we did people starting comparing us to R Kelly & Jay when at that time we wanted to be known for us so we “re-invented” ourselves. That reinvention took us to a more musical style swaying more towards the rock with an urban flare, so we invented “Urban Rock” a combination of Hip Hop, R&B and Rock. We were to soulful with the melodies and beats to be just rock and the urban side of it allowed us to be and do whatever we wanted as long as it had an infusion of rock in it and we were successful at it. So going through the process of reinvention and the Mass Men has helped shaped my music.

Who are some iconic artists that you have produced and written music for? Who is your favorite and why?

2 Pac, Nas, K-Ci, Aaron Hall, Diamonique, these records were more collaborative and not records I have done by myself, I was a co-producer on a few projects and collaboration on the others in which we were featured on.

For the 2 Pac record the record company had the production based in the middle of nowhere in a city called Modesto, California where everything 2 Pac was brought in through armed security every day and removed every night. They monitored and controlled everything, something like 10 or more songs were done on Pac and only one made the album, “Thugz Mansion” the acoustic version featuring Nas.

The Aaron Hall situation was at time tense and at times hella funny, dude could be real cool and other times he was to himself. We were actually supposed to be a part of his super crew that he was putting together that included Producer Mike Smooth and Mark “MDoc” Williams but that fell through although we were featured on his record, producing 2 others.

The favorite would have to be K-Ci, you are talking about the most down to earth dude that you could meet, approachable, and funny as hell. You sit and look at him like how does that voice come from him because he’s a small guy, but when he gets behind the microphone and that music buzz, Maaaaaaaan!! The magic begins.

Name a few soundtracks where your music can be found. What is your favorite song and why?

Okay ummm… “Crash”, that won the Oscar, Mr. & Mrs. Smith International Version, Haven, Kickin’ It Old School, ESPN’s Once In A Lifetime and a few more.. My favorite has to be the song “If I…” from the Crash soundtrack because it was the hardest to do and at the time we were transitioning into a different sound and I was unsure it was going to work, but it did and the music video landed on the “Special Features” of the DVD that sold over 10 Million units.

Is there a different mind state or skill set that you have when writing and producing music for others instead of yourself?

Yeah there is actually and that’s all about what made them who they are musically and if it worked, how can you keep those elements without confusing the consumer who gets fixated on a certain sound? If it didn’t work, how can you make their music relevant without making them sound too old, or to young. It’s about understanding the “Current” trends of their genre and not trying to re-invent the wheel.

What inspired the song and music video for “Life of The Party”?

“Life of The Party” was a concept devised to bring fun back into music, no disrespect to other artist but there is a large facet of people that just want music that they don’t have to buy clean versions to. It was interesting watch a few award shows this year and half way through someone song the TV goes silent because of explicit content. So my goal was to create music that was fun and feel good, records that you could put on no matter who’s around. So for “Life of The Party” I wanted to shine the spotlight on the natural, those that are fashionable along with the thick and beautiful. To many times beauty is relegated to those with a big butt and or super breast to the point where you have people modifying themselves to compete or feel like they belong. So for me I am like, “I appreciate the YOU, YOU ARE!”. “Life of The Party” is having the confidence to walk in any room and shut it down! No matter what you look like or where you are from. So that is what inspired the song. I hooked up with rising star Blake Smith, we connected with Stacey Dash and here we are.

The video was a concept by Choreographer Jose Torres (Janet Jackson, America’s Best Dance Crew) who thought it would be cool to do a theme based video that didn’t include bikinis, clubs, cars and V.I.P. Anyone that knows me, I am down for a little different as long as it doesn’t stray too far away from my character. So the video was just pretty much about, no matter what era and or walk of life you are from, you can be the “Life of The Party”

Watch “Life of The Party” by clicking the image below.

What prompted your decision to feature Blake Smith and Stacey Dash on “Life of The Party”?

For me being a rapper is not enough in today’s music, you have the Young Money camp, The Maybach Music camp all with melodic and catchy records that are buzzing the charts. So if you are not paying attention to that, then you don’t need to be in the music business. Too many artists get caught up in the “I’m A Do Me” talk and wonder why they can’t get no love on their records. The tough part is yes, “you have to do you but implement them” look at Kirko Bangz “Drink in My Cup”, he did him but implemented them. So for “Life of The Party” I did me but needed that element that the others were pulling from. My business partner and best friend D.B.I. reminded me about Blake who I had known for about 5 years so reached out to him, we hooked up with producer “Kelly Keys” and created a Radio / BBQ version of the song, but radio was like if you want it on, it needs to be slower or do a dance version. So I reached out to famed producer Ralph “Phantom” Stacy (Producer: Dru Hill, Mario, K-Ci & JoJo, Houston, Charlie Wilson, etc…) and he created a R&B Hip Hop Dubstep version of it. In the song I mention Stacey Dash’s name and thought it would be cool to have her in the video. Well it just so happen that Blake Smith knew her by way of his Aunt Gina, so I asked him to ask her if she would be in the video. He then played it for his Aunt who took it to Stacey to listen to and the answer returned was that she loved it and would love to sing on it… my whole body paused not from the mere fact that she would be in the video, but to sing on the record when no one has ever heard her sing, so I took a leap of faith and agreed and here we are today.

You’ve accomplished so much in your music career. What’s next?

For me my career is just beginning, I am Co-Starring in an Urban Family Animated Music Series entitled Da Jammies created by me and my partner Dolla aka D.B.I., the series also stars Darius McCrary, Alisa Reyes, Tiny Lister, James Avery, Kyla Pratt, Lil JJ, Dorien Wilson, Kim Whitley, Kurtis Blow, YoYo and more… I plan to write & direct both movies and books

Describe a day in your life when you’re not on tour or walking the red carpet or doing interviews or producing and writing music for stars?

When I am not doing music or on the road, I am honing my script writing skills, putting together my poetry book and series of romance novels.

If you could work with any deceased person in the music industry who would it be and why?

Good question, if I could, I would love to do a collabo it would be Tupac and I am going to shock you with this one… Guru of Gangstarr. Pac had that aggressive gritty-ness to him that was prophetic and poetic, I believe we would do a great song or two. Guru was like that change of pace point guard that came in and took the game over, a true lyricist that had rhyme schemes that was clever.

Describe a memorable moment during a recording session in the studio.

There are so many memorable moments anytime a song goes from thought to action to record and then listening to that final playback is a crazy feeling. You hear things that you didn’t imagine the song could do. I guess a moment that stands out is when we were in the studio with Aaron Hall, everyone was kind of joking around having fun, Aaron was in the booth recording, the vibe was relaxed and then Aaron came out of the booth serious as hell about how he didn’t want all the joking that he was there to work and gave this lecture on if you are coming into the industry this is the mentality you have to have, so for the rest of the session everyone was quiet. The next day we all came in and everybody was quiet while getting the record done, Aaron Hall was in the booth came out to listen to the playback and got animated by saying “Man it’s too quiet in here, ya’ll gotta make some noise or something” we all looked at each other like “Didn’t this dude say he didn’t want no talking in his session the day before”? When we took a break we all laughed about it.

If you could remix any song, in any genre, and by any artist or group, what would it be and why?

It would either be “Give Me a Reason to Love You” by Portishead or “Pirate Bones” by Natasha Bedingfield. The Portishead song already has a hip-hop kind of swag to it, I would speed it up a few BPM’s and throw some subs under it to complement the strings, some hip hop drums and go hard in the paint. The “Pirate Bones” song is just “Perfect” I would just want to get on a remix.

What are some songs on your favorite playlist that fans would not expect to be there?

Portishead – Give Me a Reason to Love You

Natasha Beddingfield – Pirate Bones

Laura Izabor – From My Heart to Yours & Shine

Hamilton Park - Thing Called Us

Nelly Furtado – Whoa, Nelly! (album)

Abstract Tribe Unique – Mood Pieces (album)

Jose Mangual – BUYU

That’s just a few…

Where do you see hip hop culture in 5 years?

Hip Hop is in an interesting transition right now, the era of clicks has come in and saturated the markets to the point where the consumer is being tied up to the point where every other song that come on the radio is the same person on a song with a person that played just before them and it continues to cycle. But you can see artistry coming into play with artist like Kendrick Lamar & Azealia Banks.

As the digital age become even more so the main focus for consumers source of entertainment, that will ultimately be where the consumer finds authentic hip hop music with internet radio stations playing what the people want because in order for the culture to survive there has to be a balance of New York, Atl, Miami, Houston well the Mid-West period along with the West that’s allowed to be showcased on radio.

Describe your legacy to hip hop music?

When I am finished I want my legacy to reflect perseverance, the inspiration to others to be if they work hard enough, long enough, and stay diligent, they’ll notice. I’ve done 12 records in the last 6 years that includes an Oscar Winning Film and a couple of Blockbuster movies, Platinum & Gold Records. Most would love to be in this position, I am just getting started. Eventually you will hear about the “Mangual School of Performing Arts”, where there my legacy will continue on.

Do you have any advice for aspiring producers, writers, and rappers?

Yeap, learn how to self-promote and stay socially engaged because that will help keep you relevant. Remember that you ought to surround yourself with a bunch of people that know what they’re doing, hold yourself accountable for your success!

Any shout outs or last comments?

Yeah, Stop the Hazing and Stop the Bullying! “Instead of Hating be focused on Educating, so that the next generation, don’t have to follow trends and instead be trendsetters”

Be on the lookout for my EP Emcee N.I.C.E. – Way Back Now (The Prequel) coming November 2012

With that said, I wanna shout out my crew and Team Emcee N.I.C.E., My Moms, Gypsy City Music, Chani Gray, Frank DeRozan, Kelly Key’s, Dan “Deezy” Naim, Ralph “Phantom” Stacy, Blake Smith, Stacey Dash, David “D-Connects” Malone, Papa De’Jon, Mom Jan & DJ Fat Jack, Dolla aka D.B.I., Jzhamael of Kebulon Entertainment, The Mass Men, Richard Kurshner, Indie Film Factory, Kelly, J.P. and Gang, My family, My sisters, My Bros., just everybody I love, Endeavor Media Group, IndiePower.com and all those who participated and helped me with this record, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, inc. and those that stand on the square appreciate ya!

Purchase “Life of The Party” by Emcee N.I.C.E. featuring Blake Smith and Stacey Dash on I Tunes. Follow Emcee N.I.C.E. on his Official Website, Facebook, and Twitter.

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"Exclusive: Stacey Dash Makes Singing Debut in Emcee N.I.C.E.'s "Life of The Party""

Who doesn’t want to party with ancient Egyptians?!

Well, if you’re Emcee N.I.C.E you can! And his latest video for his hit single, "Life of the Party," (which features "Clueless" star Stacey Dash and Blake Smith) looks like one epic celebration!

Dash is also featured on the dance-heavy/hip-hop track, singing her very own hook. Who knew the actress turned Twitter sensation could sing?

"It has been an honor to be part of and work with Emcee N.I.C.E. and Blake Smith. You all gave me the most amazing experience!" Stacey told toofab exclusively.

Not only does the 46-year-old look amazing in the video (decked out in Elizabeth Taylor's "Cleopatra" costume), but she sounds great too!

Emcee N.I.C.E. agreed, "Working with Stacey Dash was a pleasant and memorable experience. She was very quick, professional, and delivered better than 85% of the singers out there and I look forward to working on her debut album in the future." - Too Fab

"Emcee N.I.C.E. feature Stacey Dash & Blake Smith on "Life of The Party" (Dance Remix)"

Even though Emcee N.I.C.E., who really is “nice” on the mic, isn’t a household name as of yet, he soon will be!
The original “Life Of The Party” track features Blake Smith, but the dance remix also includes a co-sign from Ms. Stacey Dash.

DETAILS: Stacey Dash Is Ready To Share Her Fears, Mistakes And Secrets On New Blog!
Yes, Stacey Dash is letting it be known she’s no one-trick pony. She can act, as well as sing.
And you’d be clueless to think the 46-year-old actress isn’t the life of any party she’s a part of, especially on this track right here.

In the song she sings:
“Life of the party, and I’m just getting started cuz I’m letting go/Now I’m ready to breathe…”
In this “Life Of The Party (Dance Remix),”

Emcee N.I.C.E. says:
“I ain’t Drake, but you’ll thank me later.”

This joint is definitely a banger. We think listeners and fans of Dash will want to thank him now!
Take a listen, and let us know what you think below. - Global Grind

"Emcee N.I.C.E. @ #11 on Jan. 31st, 2015 Billboard Hot Single Sales Chart"

Emcee N.I.C.E. - "Tonight" ft. Suhana Machete #11 on Jan. 31st, 2015 Billboard Top 15 Hot Single Sales Chart. 13 weeks and going strong. - Billboard Magazine | Billboard.biz



With a voice that commands your attention from the first note combined with some classic rhyme styling, multi-platinum producer/songwriter & hip-hop recording artist EMCEE N.I.C.E. from El Paso, Texas makes his arrival into to the Gospel Hip-Hop genre.

N.I.C.E. a trailblazer in hip-hop/R&B music has accumulated numerous accolades that includes over 30+ professional recordings, platinum and gold awards, The Billboard Charts, TV shows and an association with an Academy award. As he forges a new trail in the realm of Gospel, Emcee N.I.C.E. delivers a perspective with his debut album “PRAISE” that is insightful and each record speaks to the weary and devote believers that worship alike. N.I.C.E. states that hisalbum is a celebration of Christ that has a blend of scripture and creative metaphors that will give the listener spiritual food for thought”.

The album is preceded by two singles, “I Got Angels” (inspired by Gospel Music Hall of Fame and Legend Richard Smallwood’s “Angels”) and “On Your Way Up” featuring Elia Esparza from “The Voice” season 11 on Adam Levine’s team. Both singles with the aid of scripture and soulful tones speak on the many souls that watch over us to keep us out of harm’s way, and that God’s love delivers us from daily adversaries and the evil the devil conjures in our lives.

Before Emcee N.I.C.E. became a notable songwriter, he began his rap career as a gospel rap artist while attending bible college. At the time, there was no real lane for Gospel Hip-Hop and the church had mixed feelings on progressive gospel music and groups like “SFC” (Soldiers for Christ). Trying to find his voice amidst the chaos happening in his own church, N.I.C.E. left bible college and the church in pursuit of a rap career, create a fan base, and then slowly implement the word of God without being intrusive. The journey led him in various directions with no success on the gospel front, many record labels were not feeling the spiritual message and felt that gospel rap would go nowhere. Until the likes of Kirk Franklin, Lecrae, Ty Trippet, Canton Jones and more, blew the doors wide open giving Emcee N.I.C.E. an opportunity to return to his roots and give his testimony.

Emcee N.I.C.E. also known as “Novelist” is the former lead vocalist/rapper of urban rock group KansasCali featured on six blockbuster soundtracks most notable the Oscar award winning film “Crash” and “Mr. & Mrs. Smith (International).  He also had multiple guest features and theme songs for television shows on TNT, TV One, TruTV and Codeblack Entertainment.

In 2013, Emcee N.I.C.E. shocked the music world by releasing a single with Actress and former Fox News Correspondent Stacey Dash and then followed it up in 2014, a year later with break out single, "Tonight" ft. Suhana Machete spending 13 weeks on the Billboard Hot Single Sales Chart peaking at #8.

In July 2015, Emcee N.I.C.E. also penned a poetry book entitled “50 Shades of L.O.V.E.: Learning Our Various Emotions” under the moniker of Aulsondro “Novelist” Hamilton on paperback, he also narrates the audio book and the soundtrack available on all digital platforms. Emcee N.I.C.E. co-created and stars the character “Novelist” in “Da Jammies” a 3D animated music series on Netflix and Comcast/Xfinity Executive Produced by Ralph Farquhar of "Real Husbands of Hollywood”.

is not just a rapper, he is a true lyricist that loves God and moves the crowd.