Nikki Z is a resolute, self-motivated, and industrious media personality who has captivated a global audience with her unapologetic and crafty delivery on radio as well as television, cultivating significant interest and partnerships with numerous
Dubbed ‘Queen Z’, she embarked on her entertainment career in the 1990s, gaining valuable experience with esteemed entities such as Comedy Central, FUBU Y2G, and B.E.T. In 2006, she pursued her aspiration to work in the Caribbean, relocating to Jamaica, where she swiftly established her brand as a household name on the island and among global aficionados of Caribbean music. A former member of the U.S. Military, Nikki Z brings unwavering focus and discipline to every facet of her media undertakings. Her remarkable global brand success led to her portrayal of herself in Nick Cannon’s recently premiered film, “King of The Dance Hall.”
The inaugural commercial hip-hop station to launch in Connecticut, known as ‘Jamz 910’, proactively recruited and engaged the services of an enterprising DJ at the age of 19. Subsequently, Nikki Z embarked on a trajectory that led her to New York City, where she contributed to field production efforts for BET’s limited-duration program “Turn Style.” She also participated in one of the earliest hip-hop blogger sites, “FUBU Y2G,” and gained valuable experience by working behind the scenes on prominent productions including Comedy Central’s “Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn” and “The Dave Chappelle Show,” where she notably appeared in the memorable Rick James episode.
Renowned for her accomplishments, this award-winning DJ and host has orchestrated successful campaigns for various entertainment figures, events, and projects. Her program offers a spectrum of content, including celebrity interviews, entertainment news, and an array of engaging features.