New York-based reggae and pop musician Chyna nicole extends his thematic influence across the world with his carefully crafted melodic compositions. The talented singer-songwriter recently released a brand new single, ‘SUPERNATURAL’ on major streaming platforms combining the best elements of different genres. She used reggae, dancehall, hip hop, and more in the single resulting in an extraordinary symphony. With her years of experience as a DJ, she knew how to weave marvelous rhythms to satisfy the public.

The multi-talented musician Chyna nicole was thoughtful enough to take time out of her busy schedule and sit down with us for an interview. Let’s start:

Q. Under what name would you like to promote your work?

The new music of A. Chyna Nicole “SUPERNATURAL”

Q. Describe the thematic and musical linearity of your soundscape.

A. Music student of the Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson era, Chyna Nicole embraces her American and Jamaican roots with notes of reggae on a progressive dancehall track. Melodic and sparkling lyrics destined for a memorable track to inspire.

Q. What are your new versions?

A. Supernatural – released November 18, 2021
Butterflies – released May 8, 2021

Q. Where are you from?

A. New York and Connecticut

Q. Are you associated with a label or a production company?

A. Independent label Nico Star Music and Jumpout Production
I’m a proud voting member of the Grammy

Q. How important are concerts to an artist’s career?

A. Live concerts are important; but Covid has slowed the momentum. Equally important is reaching a targeted demographic.

Q. What is the responsibility of the public in the expansion of music and artists across the world?

A. Buy and download songs. Flux. Tell a friend to tell a friend. Like and share on all the fanbase’s social networks. Create fan pages and videos. Request popular radio songs and playlists. It doesn’t hurt to ask artists for shows and buy tickets.

Q. Which old-school and new-school musicians inspire your work the most?

Old School: Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Deniece Williams, Anita Baker
Phyllis Hyman, Babyface, Mary J. Blige, Toni Braxton, Whitney Houston, Bob Marley, Mariah Carey, Shabba Ranks, Super Cat, Buju Banton, Nas, Studio One Classics, Sizzla, Hip Hop old school to name a few -a. New School: Rihanna, Beyonce, Drake, Kanye, Katie Perry, Doja Cat, Summer Walker, Justin Bieber, Afro Beats, Halsey, Neo, to name a few

Q. Do you think the music industry will change course after 2020?

A. Yes; technological innovation changes that affect music

Q. What are your upcoming projects?

A. Promotion of a new single, connect with fans, keep bringing the world in the hope of having a positive impact on people. I am an educator so naturally I want to inspire as I am inspired daily.