Nicole Denise Cucco, better known as Nicki Nicole, is an Argentine singer-songwriter and one of the female artists with the most impact on the current music scene. At just 18 years old, the Argentine artist burst onto the scene when she released “Wapo Traketero”, her first song. Shortly after, Music Session # 13 with Bizarrap climbed the charts in just hours, ranking # 1 in Argentina’s Top 50 on Spotify and occupying positions within the 50 most listened to songs in the world. In 2019 she released her debut album “Memories” comprised of 11 songs, exploring different genres such as Trap, R & B, and Pop and includes collaborations with Cazzu, Duki; and Bizarrap. After the release, the 9 unreleased songs of “Recuerdos” entered the Top 200 in Argentina. With the launch of “Colocao” it surpassed one million views in just 24 hours, and was # 1 trend in 14 countries. It remained for more than 6 consecutive weeks at # 1 on Billboard Argentina’s National Hot 100 chart. With “Mamichula”, alongside Trueno and Bizarrap, she entered the Global Top 50 on Spotify in less than a week. With “Mala Vida”, it became the most watched video in the world in just hours. In just three years of her career, Nicki received two Spotify Awards, she was nominated for the 2020 Latin Grammys as “Best New Artist”. She ended 2020 as one of the 10 most listened to Argentine artists in the world on Spotify, and with the release of “Verte”, along with Dread Mar I and Bizarrap.
In 2021 she participated in the release of the remix “Ella no es tuya” with Rochy RD and Myke Towers. She won an award at the Premio Lo Nuestro a Revelation Female Artist.
In April of that same year, she appeared on The Tonight Show, an American television program hosted by Jimmy Fallon, performing “Wapo traketero” and “No toque mi naik” with Lunay.
Her latest album, “Parte de mi”, features the collaborations of Trueno, Rauw Alejandro, Tiago PZK, Nathy Peluso, Becky G and Bizzarrap.
Her last song released by her was “Formentera” with Aitana.