Karma Nikole Knows How To “Make Them Mad”

Karma Nikole is a seductive yet savvy female hip hop artist. Known for her raunchy, in-your-face attitude! She may be a beauty, but she’s far from your average bubble gum female hip-hop artist. Her style is unpredictable but fierce. Any beat she touches is def gonna turn up and get the people going; lead with the women empowerment voice of the baddies. Karma Nikole discovered she could rap at the age of 13 when she began writing poetry, which put the lyrics on beats. At 16, Karma Nikole got a microphone tattooed on her forearm.
Karma Nikole learned that you can’t take anything personally in the music business. It’s a business just like any business. You have to believe in your product to succeed. She is the product, so she has to move as such.
Her most influential rappers while discovering her style were Nicki Minaj and Rihanna. Nicki flow always caught her attention with her raw lyrics. While Rihanna’s sense of fashion always reminded her that anything she put on looks outstanding.
Karma Nikole's family supports her through social media and coming to her shows. They give her feedback on everything she has going on. When Karma would get booked out of state, they willingly come along.

Recording “Make Them Mad” was easy and fun. Karma Nikole wrote the song in about 2 hours and went the same day to record it in a basement not too far from her house. It took less than an hour to complete. Karma Nikole knew it was a hit because she sat in her car and listened to it repeatedly for about 3 hours after leaving the studio.
Karma Nikole feels very confident in where she’s at right now as an artist. The goals she has set for 2019, she has surpassed, which she’s very grateful for. The path she’s on is breathtaking. She feels like she has a strong team behind her and is destined for greatness.
The worldwide Black Lives Matter protest influenced her content tremendously by giving her ideas she never thought of. Karma Nikole is verbal about situations and empower her followers to stand up for something.
During Covid-19, Karma Nikole has perfected her craft and built relationships through social media. She wrote songs that she probably wouldn’t have thought of with any distractions. Also, she been getting all her paperwork, trademarks, and copyrights together.
Aside from 'Make Them Mad'  Karma Nikole has a song called “I Pray” which is her most personal song. She created it for Mother’s Day for her mom. Letting her know that things will get better and she will not have to work so hard soon. She included all my siblings and expressed our love for her.

As a female in a male dominant industry, Karma Nikole stays focused and grounded by silencing the noise. She put herself on the same pedestal as the men because she knows she’s just as good. If one door closes, Karma Nikole knows there are chances that better ones will open with bigger opportunities. So she focuses on her own craft and keeps her eyes only on her plate, which her mom always taught her growing up. Karma Nikole's mother is Jamaican, so she was brought up with tough love with many brothers. She hung out with many men, so she knows how to avoid a lot of situations.
Karma Nikole will tell any aspiring female rapper or singer to never give up. Even if no one is clapping for you, never stop cheering for yourself. Believe in yourself and go after every dream you have. Don’t ever get discouraged, and if you do, find what motivates you to put you back in a focused mind state. Think outside the box, and don’t be scared to fail. 
Check out her new single, “Make Them Mad” below!

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