New York-based R&B powerhouse, dancer and fashionista Nik Hartfield, just released her new song, “O.D.”. The track was written and produced by Nik along with Scott (Radio) Berger-Felder (Rick Ross, Jennifer Hudson), Stuart (Mookie) Sanders from Mookamilli Ent./The White Guys.
“O.D.” is an electro-soul track inspired by more traditional R&B with a small taste of Trap/Hip-hop. The track attempts to reverse the gender stereotype of women getting too “emotional and clingy” in relationships. It tells the story of Nik’s experience of a man getting too attached.
Nik was born and raised in Hartford, Connecticut. Having a background in the performing arts, she has always been around a creative environment. Training in ballet, African dance, tap, swing dance, jazz, modern/contemporary and hip hop since the age of five, she continues to dance today with every opportunity granted. However, music has always been a “hidden talent” of hers. She grew up singing in the church choir and even had a few solos at her performing arts center.
Nik’s music is a mixture of R&B, Pop, and Electric Soul. With the smooth, soft tones of her voice and the hard-hitting beats, you will get the classic “Nik” sound. She wants to create music that you can just vibe out and relate to. She listens to all types of music but she draws inspiration vocally from artists like Beyonce, Brandy and Aaliyah.
Today, Nik is in the studio recording and putting together an official project to release early 2019.