|Birth name||Nikita Chepchumba Kering'|
|Born||February 26, 2002|
Early life and educationEdit
She was born on February 26th, 2002 in Nairobi, Kenya. She attended Riara Springs Academy, Kilimani Junior Academy and Brookhouse International School where she completed her A-level studies from a partial scholarship, given to support her musical career.
She started her career at an early age. In 2012, during an album launch by Emmy Kosgey, she sang to a huge audience, and was critically acclaimed for her performance. Afterwards, she signed a record deal with EmPawa Africa and was selected to undergo an international training and mentoring program. Nikita became a finalist during the contest, but was deemed too young to compete at the highest stage; nonetheless it brought her to the limelight.
- 2018 Pulse Music Video Awards (PMVA) for Best New Artiste
- 2019 All Africa Music Awards for Best Female Artiste in Eastern Africa
- 2019 All Africa Music Awards for Revelation of the African Continent
- 2021 All Africa Music Awards for Best RnB and Soul Artist
- 2021 All Africa Music Awards for Best Female Artiste East Africa
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