Nikki Williams Biography
Nikki Williams (Nicole Williams) was born on 9th November 1988 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. She is a South African musician.
She was born in South Africa but her parents moved to Nashville, United States when post- apartheid crime ravaged her hometown. Her parents divorced shortly after they moved. Her wo older sisters went to live with her father while she and her younger sister, Jade Williams, stayed with her mother, Mandy Morgan.
During her junior year of high school she signed a publishing deal with Sony ATV. In 2008 she co-wrote the song “Like My Mother Does” for Kristy Lee Cook’s debut album.
At the age of 21 she relocated she relocated to Los Angeles and signed a contract with his Chameleon Entertainment (a joint venture with the Island Def Jam Music Group).
In 2010 her song “Fly Again” landed on the soundtrack album Country Strong: More Music from the Motion Picture. She later relocated to Los Angeles where she signed a contract with a record producer. In November 2012, she released her first single, a breakup number titled ‘Kill, Fuck, Marry’.
Nikki Williams Songs
- Kill, Fuck, Marry
- Fly Again
- Dead Men Tell No Tales
- Your Love
Nikki Williams Husband
On 24th April 2011 she married Weston Cage (Nicolas Cage’s son) but Cage filled for divorce in October 2011 which was finalized in June 2013.