Nardo Wick Reveals Appreciation for Eminem’s Songs

Rising rap artist Nardo Wick recently shared that Eminem is among the rap music legends he admires. As you know, the 19-year-old rapper appeared in “Kids Take Over,” a YouTube channel based in Vancouver, Canada, that delivers interviews with hip hop stars to youth fans.

When you watch the YouTube video, you can view Nardo Wick discussing many things about his life and budding rap music career in the interview. The Jacksonville, Florida native affirmed that he had seen Drake in person in a studio.

But he mentioned that the famous “Way 2 Sexy” singer did not make him feel starstruck. Nardo Wick cited that it is Eminem who would probably make him feel fascinated.

As one of the hottest names in the rap music industry this year, Nardo said that he listens to Slim Shady’s songs. He remarked that he appreciates several tracks by the Detroit rap legend, such as “Lose Yourself,” “Stan,” “Rap God,” and “Mockingbird.”

Nardo Wick, who landed an official deal with RCA records, also mentioned his appreciation for prominent rap artists like Lil Wayne and Jay-Z. If you feel curious about Nardo being a budding rapper, you should listen to some of his songs.

They include “Slide,” “Who Want Smoke,” “Pull Up,” and “Knock Knock,” among many others. When you watch the 2021 biographical drama motion picture “Judas and the Black Messiah,” you will also find Nardo Wick’s song in the soundtrack, titled “I Declare War.”

This Florida rapper is truly someone you should follow. Nardo Wick has an official YouTube channel where he has more than 119,000 subscribers at the time of writing.

Plus, you will learn that his official videos are massive hits on the video-sharing platform. One of them is “Who Want Smoke,” which has already amassed exactly 20,063,970 YouTube views since its posting on the video-sharing platform last January 22, 2021.

Nardo Wick’s song “Aye Aye” has already raked in 2.7 YouTube views. Meanwhile, his “Shhh” track has already garnered around 3.8 million YouTube views at the time of writing.

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