Columbia's Hero. Find out why NicDanger is the hope for the midwest.

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NicDanger turns surrealism into reality; expressing and exposing darken truths of unstable pasts. NicDanger is an activist for voices hidden and unfound within each of his supporters like glowing embers of a striving flame. That voice which seeks to be heard, to be seen. His name is Nicholas B. Rodriguez he is a rising artist and entrepreneur with a flame in his soul aching to escape. He was raised in Columbia Missouri although his mother is from St. Louis Missouri and his father was born and raised in Venezuela. The voice inside of him emerged in the 4th grade during a poetry event he was preparing for; since that moment in time his world has been consumed with the magic of creating art that everyone can relate to.

Music has kept him sane and mentally stable as he harnesses the peace within the chaos of his surrealistic reality and shares it so that others may relate and find their peace as well. He started in a band called Disrupted PerceptionZ which was inspired by timeless groups such as Rage Against the Machine, The Roots, & Arrested Development amongst others. Within several years he developed into a solo rap artist where he became known as NicDanger. His troubles and obstacles become his fuel and motivation to reach the next level. He is unstoppable because in his soul failure is not an option. His musical genius has reached the ears of many and he has been fortunate enough to share the stage with international artists such as Tech N9ne of Strange Music, Kevin Gates, Bone Thugs n Harmony, & Machine Gun Kelly to name a few. He is currently working on an EP called “Dark Days Dark Nights”


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Complicated [Single]

Ain't That Something [Single]

Welcome To The Zou [Single]

How I Live [Single]


These are some of the live performances by NicDanger. Doing live shows all over the states and performing with some of the biggest names in Hip-Hop including Tech N9ne, Kevin Gates, Machine Gun Kelly, Yung Joc, Bone Thugs n Harmony, Chanel Westcoast and Project Pat.

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Thursday, February 11th Fubar St. Louis, MO 3108 Locust 8:00PM N/A
Tuesday, February 16th Outland Ballroom Springfeild, MO 326 South Ave. 6:00PM N/A
Sunday, February 21st The Blue Note w/ Bone Thugs Columbia, MO 17th North 9th Street 8:00PM N/A
Friday, February 26th Uptown Arts Bar [Westport] Kansas City, MO 3611 Broadway Road 9:30PM N/A
Friday, March 4th Spirit Bar Jefferson City, MO 1102 Missouri Blvd. 9:00PM $10
Saturday, March 5th Epic Music Cafe St. Louis, MO 5555 St. Louis Mills Blvd. 9:00PM N/A
Saturday, March 12th Shania Sports Bar Havlock, NC 400 Fontana Blvd. N/A
March 14th - 17th SXSW Austin, TX N/A
Friday, March 18th Club Yakum Houston, TX 7136 Clarewood Dr. N/A
Saturday, March 19th 220 Lounge Tyler, TX 220 Glenwood Blvd. N/A

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"his songs deal with subjects he knows well: ambition, pounding the pavement and proving the doubters wrong. While Rodriguez is unfailingly friendly, quick to break into a warm smile, his music reveals the frustration"

Inside Columbia Magazine

"Instead of going to a bar to buy his first drink, he headed to The Blue Note to open for Machine Gun Kelly. Nicholas didn’t get starstruck or nervous; rather, he took it as an opportunity."

Vox Magazine

"He hasn’t limited himself to this one facet of art either. NicDanger has also been breakdancing his way through life. In junior high, Rodriguez played some guitar in a band that he and his friends formed"

The Maneater

"NicDanger Is All-Business As He Hustles To Grow His Entertainment Empire"

Columbia's CEO Magazine

"I like that his style is a bit different and he's actually talking about something, which is so rare in mainstream hip-hop or rap these days."

Nicole Alicia Online