Nikita Kering Biography – Nikita Kering Wiki
Nikita Kering is a Kenyan singer and songwriter. She is a two-time Afrima award winner. Nikita started singing when she was 3 years. She won the New Artiste of the Year award at the Pulse Music Video Awards, In 2019. Nikita is the youngest ever Best Female in Eastern Africa nominee and winner. She was among the two Kenyan finalists of Mr. Eazi’s artist mentorship program emPawa 100. Nikita gained a lot of popularity and attention in 2011 when she performed at Emmy Kosgei’s album launch on national TV. She went to Riara Springs Acadamy, Kilimani Junior Acadamy, and Nairobi Acadamy. Nikita also earned a scholarship to study at the Brook House International School.
Nikita has made popular hit songs which include, Happy with you, Tragedy, and Never let you go. She completed her A-level education from the Brookhouse School and graduated, in 2020.
Nikita posted on her Instagram account expressing, how happy she has been after completing her A-level education, she explains how it has been handling her studies and music at the same time.
Nikita said in her instagram post, “yeah, I flopped some tests here and there because of music, and flopped some performances because of too much classwork.” She also said that she had to prioritize.
Nikita Kering Age
Nikita was born on February 26, 2002, in Nairobi, Kenya.
Nikita Kering Family
She is the daughter of Joseph Kering and Anne Kering. Her father is an Energy Consultant while her mother works in the Insurance sector. She is the 4th born in a family of 5 children. She says that her family has greatly supported her and her music career, saying that her parents have been paying her music videos and music classes.
Nikita Kering Boyfriend
Nikita has not disclosed much information about her love life or her relationship.
Nikita Kering Net Worth
Nikita kering’s net worth is yet to be determined.
Nikita Kering Nationality
She is of Kenyan nationality.
Nikita Kering Instagram
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The one question every single interviewer always asks me is, “How do you balance school and music? ” and the easiest way to answer was “I just plan myself and prioritise”. However, the one thing I never forget to add is that it has been one of the hardest things to do! (And don’t forget btw… This is A-levels, not uni😂😭😷. I actually have class the WHOLE day…no free periods or anything). And yeah, I flopped some tests here and there because of music, and flopped some performances because of too much class work. So, I chose to PRIORITIZE. At times this could mean sacrificing an important step in my career, but I knew that I’m just making the necessary steps to ensure that my future is buckled up and chilling just a bit for the take off. One of these being, holding off my music for a bit..And I know, y’all have REALLY waited… But so have I! And in many ways I’m grateful because I’ve had some time to grow up and learn more about this crazy music industry. And so now I’m equipped to share with you guys the Vulnerable, Emotional and Rebellious sides of myself that have been quite suppressed over the years. Soo, Let the journey begin! 🎊😅😊 Photos taken by the amazing @vincephotography_ke with assistance from @coddymuttai #classof2020