Nix’s music is a reflection of his everyday life, from the tough life decisions we have to make to the emotions that come with heartbreak. His style can be described as sincere and heartfelt, with a boom-bap twist.
Nix is an emcee of Chinese-Indonesian heritage who is currently based in Canberra. Nix’s style can be described as sincere and heartfelt, with a boom-bap twist. His music is a reflection of his everyday life. From the tough decisions we have to make in life to the emotions that come with heartbreak, Nix explores topics that almost anyone can relate to, no matter where they are from.
Born in Broken Hill and raised in the suburbs of North-West Sydney, Nix developed his love for hip-hop in high school and began to dabble in the art of rhyme not long after. Following high school he relocated to Canberra for university studies. It was not until completing his studies and commencing full-time work that he decided to focus on making music a priority.
In late 2012, Nix released his debut mixtape ‘The Nixtape’ which featured artwork by Jim Mahfood and guest appearances from Percee P, Illmaculate and more.
Since then, Nix has worked on tracks with international artists such as Masta Ace, Fashawn, Oddisee, Blu and more. He has also performed numerous live shows and supported artists such as Masta Ace, Stricklin & Marco Polo, Oddisee & Olivier Daysoul, Swollen Members, the Pharcyde, Guilty Simpson & Katalyst, Blu & DJ House Shoes, Rahzel & DJ JS-1, High Focus Records, Briggs & Hau, Spit Syndicate and more.
In early 2016, Nix released an EP titled ‘Venture Capital’ with his friend and fellow emcee Pat Psyfa. The EP was produced entirely by P.R, and featured artwork by Jim Mahfood, and guest appearances from Fashawn, Oddisee and more.
Nix is currently working on his debut EP titled ‘Good Gravy’ which will be produced entirely by J57, features Murs, and is due to be released in late 2016.