Born and raised in the great state of Texas, Nu~Dé derived their musical inspirations from all genres of music; all the way from smooth R&B sensations like Babyface and Brian McKnight to country story tellers like Pat Green and Rascal Flatts. Their eclectic love of music can be witnessed in their long awaited album entitled "Apocalypse," which includes elements of Pop, R&B, Hip Hop, Reggaeton and a uniqueness that can not be matched nor categorized.
J~Lyte, influenced by his mother and three brothers, is a self taught musician who grew up learning to play the piano by ear. He would sometimes sneak away from church service to play and sing in an upstairs room to fine tune his skills. It was when his older brother received a synthesizer for Christmas that J~Lyte began learning about the producing process followed by song writing.
Briscoekidd developed a love for entertainment at a very young age. Being an actor was always in the back of his mind until his preteen years when his father introduced him to the soulful sound of Curtis Mayfield and Bill Withers. Bkidd loved to captivate audiences and command attention singing melodies but as he got older he always felt he was a strong lyricist with great content.
J~Lyte and BKidd met in middle school but it wasn't until high school that they learned they shared a love for music and entertainment. They soon set out to create their own recording space that began in the home of an ex-girlfriend where they began working and establishing a chemistry and sound. They outgrew the setup within a few years and decided to build their own studio. Their new studio was not only bigger and better, but had more creative energy. A place where you could turn up the music and vibe on the distinct details. After the construction of what is now known to them as PreZicion Records, they continued searching for their sound and place within the music realm. After ten years of writing, recording and never releasing a single song, they finally found a place in music that felt like "home." Songs began to come more easily, the music they were creating made sense. They had found their identities apart from following the "what's popular now" trend and instead focused on a lasting sound that could resonate through the years. They titled their album "Apocalypse," not because of religious reasons or because they believed the world would end December 21, 2012, but for other reasons that remain to be seen in their video and musical works.
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