Aristotle-Nice’s Tragedies Fuel His Art

Aristotle-Nice is coming into the music industry with hot beats and lyrics. Add to that a stunning stage presence, this Ohio based artist’s style is unforgettable and undeniable. The locals are digging this fresh style and only the best is yet to come. Aristotle-Nice has a gusto about his work that goes unmatched to others. It’s that enthusiasm that’s the platform to his success.

“I’ve been rapping for over half my life. The city I am from there are no major rappers. A lot of people will not make it rich, but will die trying. My style comes from my hard life not having many friends and a lot of time spent by myself I am the brother of Samuel DuBose who got worldwide recognition after being murdered by University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing,” Aristotle-Nice reveals. Since that tragedy, his rap style has changed. Moreover, his daughter was murdered in May of the same year.

Aristotle-Nice has produced an entry song for former heavy weight champion Larry Donald that aired on HBO; he’s dropped an album and shot a video in Las Vegas at the MayPac boxing event; and has two albums on Spotify and one on iTunes. This past May he dropped the album Blood River. Upcoming is the album Guilty By Association. He’s also directing and starring in debut indie film titled Trouble.

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