31 March 2022
RICHY NIX releases new single ‘Voices’, out now on FiXT.
Listen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TscBdPEpGk
Richy Nix defies an environment of fear with new rap metal single “Voices”,
out now via FiXT
Canadian rapper Richy Nix defies an environment of fear with new Rap Metal single “Voices.” Known for his aggressive fusion of rap, metal, and hip hop, Richy Nix’s “Voices” features powerful guitar riffs, ceaseless hard-hitting rhythms, provoking thoughtful lyrics, and a searing vocal delivery that assures us Richy Nix is going to push through no matter the odds.
“I wrote this song to touch on how I feel during these trying times,” states Richy Nix. “The upbeat instrumental and aggressive vocals show the anger and confusion, and then comes the chorus to uplift us out of the darkness.”
“Voices” is available now on all platforms from independent multi-genre label FiXT.
Listen to Voices here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TscBdPEpGk
Canadian rap-rock artist Richy Nix defies convention. Embracing the worlds of hip-hop and metal for nearly 20 years from early self-released albums in the early ‘00s to a major label release with Universal Republic in 2010, Richy has found his home with FiXT, the independent artist owned/operated label from multi-genre pioneer Celldweller. By embracing opposing worlds of genre to the dichotomy of his aggressive tone vs his personal mantra “Love, Loyalty, and Respect”, Richy pulls from opposite directions and builds on a wealth of personal experiences and inspiration with an arsenal of emotional power.
Richy makes it no secret that his rough childhood is a direct inspiration for his searing, bombastic fusion of hip hop, electronic, and metal. “I got picked on severely in elementary school the small town kids would call me ghetto for listening to hip-hop and the city kids would call me a hick for listening to rock music. I think that’s why I fuse both genres together, it’s genuine.” His first experience with music was learning to play piano at age five. In his high school days, he met Kannibalistik, a local Windsor rapper, who let him use his keyboard to learn how to play. And thus began his journey of experimenting with producing beats and writing lyrics.
“I believe that we are at war with Evil and I am one of the good guys and I’ll never give up. I make music to uplift others who don’t have a voice.” – Richy Nix