Nick De is honing his craft into an epic, pop ‘war-cry’.
At the young age of 17, Australian pop singer, Nick Drossos aka Nick De, has got so many achievements under his belt that it’s hard to know where to start. Firstly he is a trained opera singer and an accomplished classical dancer. Then at 14 he decided to head in the direction of Pop music. After a couple of years of constantly featuring in the Victorian Opera Company, Australian Ballet and most recently Neon Kids, Nick started his solo career and launched his social media pages.
Today he has a big following on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Vine, as well as being a rising star on Youtube as well. Nick is currently working with LA producers on his debut album to be released in the US in 2015. In the meantime he is wetting out appetites with the track “I Dont Wanna Say Goodbye Tonight”.
Sometimes young and upcoming pop stars are hyped beyond their actual artistic capacity, but this is not the case with Nick De. The truth is that he has a fantastic voice, and delivers heartfelt performances with a maturity that belies his years. His supple voice is crisp and sweet, and has a depth that indicates he is honing his craft into an epic, pop ‘war-cry’.
Clean cut, Nick performs catchy music completely devoid of derogative lyrics, in contrast with most of his young colleagues, while reminding his audience that they should aim high and believe they can be, and stand for anything – in love and life. Throughout his songs Nick demonstrates his talent with significant ease, but it’s on a slow jam like “I Dont Wanna Say Goodbye Tonight” –that he really proves he can stand out in a genre crowded with pop wannabe’s!
Now what Nick De needs is a great management team that knows his demographic, knows what sells, and consistently encourages him to deliver it. Combining Nick’s talent with smart marketing is something that usually ends up being called – SUCCESS!
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