Passionate. Self-motivated. Driven. These are the best ways to describe Nick Bradley as a musician. While pursuing a kinesiology B.S. degree at Morehouse College ('18), and an exercise science M.S. degree at Auburn ('21), teaching himself how to play piano started off as just a hobby. However, by the time he graduated, he realized he had a future in music. But how does a musician who's never had any sort of traditional training, no music educational background, and little to no experience navigate the music world in a mecca like Atlanta? Easy. He's unapologetically himself! Nick is a go-getter, and through networking, and in the era of social media, he has used his platform to not only create opportunities for himself, but also win the hearts of people across the world through TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook; accumulating millions of likes and views across his platforms; gaining the attention from platinum-selling artist Neyo and Deitrick Haddon, a handful of artist who have been seen on NBC's "The Voice" and Fox's "Masked Singer", being featured in "Voyage ATL" Magazine in 2019 and "Shoutout ATL" Magazine in 2020, and even recently securing a partnership deal with Donner Music.
Despite his initial lack of musical background and experience, Nick has relentlessly pushed himself to reach his full potential in order to ultimately do all things music with his life: and he's off to a great start. In his very young career, Nick has had the opportunity to do all things music. He has scored two short films ("Spirited Winds" 2020 and "Mankind's Eye" 2021), produced music with independent artists around the U.S., performed at live music hot spots like Apache XLR, was part of a virtual NPR Tiny desk, and he already has a catalog of 25-30 written songs. Nick specializes in genres such as R&B, Pop, country, gospel, and hip-hop. Teaching and giving lessons to others in the fashion in which he has learned has helped simplify playing the piano, and makes learning it enjoyable. Music has already done so much for him in his short tenure, Nick aims to give back to students who have that same love like him and help them understand that no matter how or why they got interested in learning to play piano, and no matter what your musical background is, you can do anything you set your mind to.