Shelley Nicole
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Shelley Nicole

New York City, New York, United States | SELF

New York City, New York, United States | SELF
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"Give It To Me" - Single

"Crazy" - Single

"Can't Blame a Tree" - Single

"blak Girls" - Single

"Dance" - Single

"blaKbüshe" - Album

"she who bleeds..." - Album



Shelley Nicole’s blaKbüshe is the living, breathing embodiment of progressive music. Imagine Nona Hendryx meets Black Sabbath or Janis Joplin meets Grace Jones, it is then that you will begin to feel the blaKbüshe experience. blaKbüshe, reminiscent of the Soul/Pop recording group Labelle, is a blend best described by Shelley Nicole as SolaRoc, an undeniably spine-tingling surge of rock, funk, soul, and beyond.

Since Music the label through which she released her albums, “she who bleeds...” and "Quick & Dirty” EP.’ Her co-ed septet band, blaKbüshe, has performed at hot spots all over New York City, the U.S. and Europe, including the Manhattan Center Grand Ballroom, B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, The Blue Note, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, World Café Live, Endenu, Genghis Cohen, and the Mau Mau Bar (London). Shelley Nicole also has shared the stage with notable artists such as Erykah Badu, Corey Glover (Living Colour), Vicki Randle (The Jay Leno Show), Les Nubians, Natalie Stewart (the Floacist/Floetry), Julie Dexter, Joi, V. Jeffery Smith (the Family Stand), India.Arie, Hanifah Walidah, and Toshi Reagon.

Since Shelley Nicole arrival on the New York music scene, she founded Red Butterfly The Prior to the band’s inception, Records. The song topped charts in London and received rave reviews in New York, Europe, and Japan’s dance music scene. featured in the documentary and soundtrack of the film U People, and was recently released on the compilation ‘Fire in the Dark.’ The band’s London tour helped secure Vol. 1. While exhibiting her acting talents in the rock documentary Electric Purgatory, Shelley Nicole’s melodic, edgy song “3/4 Shit” on the UK released Jazz Re:freshed “Release” is featured on the film’s soundtrack.

Her latest release Friday (Tea Party Music), Daz-I-Kue (i-Kue Productions/Bugz in the Attic) and Lionel Sanchez Jr. (Audioglyph Productions). Get ready to experience a musical revolution. Get ready for blaKbüshe!