New Music: ‘Let Me See Those Hands’ By Ni-Cola

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The Northern songstress with the big vocals is back with a new jam ‘Let Me See Those Hands’ and we love it! Ni-Cola dropped this single on 5th August, following her joint show at the iconic Band on the Wall in Manchester with DavidB, where she gave fans a snippet of the new track.

This is the gospel r&b singer/songwriter’s first track of 2016, and comes after her previous single ‘Breakthrough’ (released in 2015). ‘Let Me See Those Hands’ was produced by one of the UK’s finest producers, ‘Giant Killer’, and mixed/mastered by the legendary Nicky Brown. The song showcases Ni-Cola’s versatility as a songwriter and colourfully presents her vocals. The single is set to be a huge summer anthem.

Ni-Cola said this about the song: “I’m excited about releasing this to my fans, and I hope it will inspire us to continually shout about what God has done in our lives.”

‘Let Me See Those Hands’ is available on iTunes and other digital outlets.

Ni-Cola also recently started a Kickstarter campaign to help her raise funds to produce a music video for the single. Support Ni-Cola’s campaign by visiting www.kickstarter.com and searching ‘Ni-Cola’.

 

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