Nikki Paige is an up and coming female singer-song write who tenacious drive for breaking musical normals sets the tone for Appleman. She strives test the boundaries and through her courageous lyrics and wild instrumentals she is able to put listeners into their subconscious minds as they embark on the lyrical journey.

When asked about the song she said, ” I love God. I was confuser at a point. If I believe in one bible, another bible says i’m going to hell. I hated the war. I studied and found God and realized it’s not about that. We shouldn’t go to war over religion and still worship less important distractions”. That’s the real beast. Funny. There’s an Apple on Iphones”

“War and religion seem to go hand in hand so I wanted to show their relationship with technology being that the only way we see the by products is from big media censoring what they want us to see.”

Appleman feels as if it belongs to the indie genre. A scratchy, guitar & Drum lead music that represents sometimes shambolic, often beautiful, written by outsiders and sung for the underdogs.

Nikki’s fast paced music turns into a song for the broken. As she sings, she gives a profound effect on both the emotions and the body. Putting listeners in a trance as they embark on the story within the lyrics.

Maybe Talk about “Faster music can make you feel more alert and concentrate better. Upbeat music can make you feel more optimistic and positive about life. A slower tempo can quiet your mind and relax your muscles, making you feel soothed while releasing the stress of the day. Music is effective for relaxation and stress management.” And how it relates to her rhythm and story telling through the beat

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