Nucci Reyo The King's Kid Bio.
Nucci Reyo, now known by his fans as Nucci Reyo The Kings Kid first developed his love for Hip Hop at the age of 10; during a local New Jersey talent contest, an auditorium full of youth erupted in applause making it very clear that Nucci was their number one choice to take first prize. He knew he was onto something when afterwards he was approached by local teen club promoters to boost their crowds with his blazing performance and natural charisma. In 1999, while performing in a teen club, Nucci grabbed the attention of Union Label executives to whom he later signed a production deal and released his first collaborative single "Roll Wit Us" which received video rotation on Rap City.
In 2000, MCA Record executive Don Pooh, recognized Nucci as a lyrical mastermind and offered financial backing for Nucci's first solo album "American 21." Following the release of American 21, Nucci began getting heavy nods from executives throughout the industry and created a path for himself to blaze the stage with heavy-hitters such as Nas, Busta Rhymes, and Lil Wayne. Recognized as a true lyricist, Nucci was then called upon to collaborate with P Diddy, Lil Flip, Havoc of Mobb Deep, Raekwon of Wu-Tang, Gillie the Kid, and the Bleach Brothers. Nucci was also able to work with R&B singers including Carl Thomas, Marques Houston, R.Kelly and artist, Deemi who he collaborated on the hit song "On The Radio." In 2005, Nucci released Welcome to NuccJerz, featuring his hit single "Pray For Me" which received heavy radio rotation from the notorious Hot 97 DJ's.
In June 2007, Nucci's all around musical gift led to his being cast in the hit gospel play entitled, "Don’t Count Me Out." During this experience, Nucci's life was impacted by the gospel of Jesus Christ and he became born again; it was then that his life was catapulted into a new direction and a new message was birthed in his heart. Nucci committed to yielding his gift to God and his music now breathes a fresh anointing destined to impact a generation. After appearing in "Don't Count Me Out," he took other roles in gospel plays including; "Judgement Day" and a role as the Prophet Isaiah in, "Mary and Martha." Nucci's entrance into The Kingdom of Light is truly prophetic and timely. Since then Nucci has starred in the Hip Hop Musical Divine Intervention which ran for 6 months in 2010. This powerful musical is part of The White Flag Movement which is a Movement led by Nucci and promotes the Hip Hop generation surrendering to God. Universal Music Group will be distributing the the DVD and animated movie version of Divine Intervention in May 2012. After releasing 5 music projects on popular streaming services, Nucci casted the vision for Godify, the Christian Music Streaming Service which launched in 2019. Look for more innovations from The King's Kid as an artist and brand.
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