Birth nameDominique Greene
Born (1998-03-10) March 10, 1998 (age 23)
Houston, Texas, U.S.
GenresHip hop
Occupation(s)Rapper, producer, songwriter
Years active2013–present
LabelsOne Famm Music Group • Sony Music

Dominique Greene (born January 10, 1998), better known by her stage name Nique, is an AmericanYouTuber from Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Musical career[]

Nique began rapping at the age of 8, but his first official release, Get Off My Cloud, was not until 2013, when she was 19.[citation needed] Her next project, 6 AM, was not released until 2015.[1]

Dazed & Confused[]

In November 2016, she released her first for-sale project, the EP titled Dazed & Confused.[2] This release was noticeably darker than her previous releases due to the death of her brother and elevated drug use.[citation needed] Prior to the release of the EP, Nique went on the internet radio show The Tuesday Special w/ Kels and admitted to being clinically diagnosed with major depressive disorder, anxiety, and [[Post-traumatic stress disorder |PTSD]]. The first track on Dazed & Confused was named "PTSD", as an ode to the demons Nique had faced throughout 2016.[citation needed]

Record deal[]

In 2017, Nique dropped a series of videos, including a video to his song "High Rise." During the Summer of that same year, the rapper began removing most of her music from the internet.[citation needed] Her mixtapes were gone, leaving "Dazed & Confused" as his only body of work. Fans were unsure of why until August, when Nique announced that she had signed to independent label One Famm Music Group and Sony Music. She also announced that "High Rise," which had appeared on 6 AM, would be the lead single for her debut album.[citation needed]






  1. ^ "Mixtape: Nique – "6 AM"". Respect. May 12, 2015. Retrieved January 18, 2021.
  2. ^ Caldwell, Brandon (December 15, 2016). "Does the Mixtape-EP Release Strategy Still Matter in Rap?". Houston Press. Retrieved January 18, 2021.

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