YDER and NICKYP are currently two producers who are starting to become household names within this industry. In the past, these two talents have joined forces to form a bass house masterpiece called “Bad Man Sound”, which has received an immense amount of support since its release. Returning with another dancefloor-killer, YDER and NICKYP drop their latest collaboration titled “Cue

NICKYP has endured a journey over the past two years we've enjoyed following. Coming a long way within the dance music scene, the native New Yorker has crafted a varied portfolio of a respectable caliber. Revolved around a distinct sound, he as pushed towards the futuristic realm and molded a unique tone in every track he's produced. Expanding outwards from the Electro

From being a rising talent to establishing himself as one of the industry’s prominent names, NICKYP has clearly come a long way within the dance music scene. The New York-based producer has also become versatile in his craft as he has continuously evolved his style into a more futuristic and unique sound. Heavily influenced by the electro house genre, his

NICKYP has gone from a status of elevating talent, to one of New York's most prominent dance music producers. Continuing to delve into relatively untapped avenues and modifications of the Electro House sub-genre, his heavy incorporation of rolling bass, volume and fusing of genre's has heavily influenced his rise within the scene. After the category-bending nature of his previous track "Metallic" saw

New York resident NICKYP is a DJ/Producer who has caught our attention for all the right reasons, a fair bit this year.  Pursuing his 'Groovy Loud Electro House', the young talent is continuing the explore the full extent of dance music's potential sounds. NICKYP's fan base is rapidly growing nowadays, and with "Metallic" gaining over 100,000 plays in just one month, the numbers

Taking on Tiësto and The Chainsmokers is no small task, however NICKYP and Jax Jazer aren't artist's to shy from a challenge. Teaming up for an American-Mexican collaboration, their Bootleg of "Split (Only You)" brings a truely distinctive edge to the main stage anthem. NICKYP is becoming known for packing his New York flare into his material such as his, self titled, ‘Groovy Loud

NICKYP is no stranger to the scene now. The New York-based producer has become renowned for his, self titled, 'Groovy Loud Electro House' tracks of late. And the latest offering is further provision of the high-quality goodness. Having been at the helm for releases such as “Utopia”, “Impulse”, and “Oblivion”, it has also been his bootlegs of some of the industry's biggest names

Two of the dance music scene’s fastest rising talents have just collided for one absolute festival banger. Italian producer YDER and American producer NICKYP have caught the attention of numerous fans across the globe with their high-quality music and thus, their names have become more prominent within the industry. YDER is indubitably one of Italy’s brightest talents right now with his

New York-based producer NICKYP has undoubtedly been on many people’s radars as of late. Known for high-quality releases such as “Utopia”, “Impulse”, and more recently “Oblivion”, NICKYP has continuously risen toward the higher ranks of the electronic dance music scene. This up-and-coming artist has also garnered numerous fans across the globe for his bootlegs of Fedde Le Grand’s “So Much

New-York based DJ and producer NickyP has undoubtedly been making his strides within the electronic scene. From rocking the decks at New York City’s clubs to creating high-quality music inside the studio, his talents are undeniable and thus, his career has always been on a constant rise. With well-supported tracks, such as “Utopia”, “Passion”, and “Impulse”, under his repertoire, NickyP

NIKCYP is an American DJ/Producer on an upward route to the electronic dance music spotlight. And with his latest material coming in the form of a bootleg for one of the industry's biggest names, Fedde Le Grand, it's fair to say NICKYP has major talent as well. Having already taken on the likes of Paris & Simo, Tiesto, Christina Perri, Julian Jordon and Twoloud