Nicky The Kid’s “People Live On” – An Anthem of Resilience

Nicky The Kid’s recent song “People Live On” takes listeners on an emotional journey of a toxic relationship. With a fusion of rap and electronic music, Nicky’s beats complement the raw and honest lyrics of the song.

The track deals with the effects of emotional abuse and manipulation that can break a person down. It shows how lies can be used to manipulate friends and loved ones against each other. However, the song’s message remains clear – people have the strength to carry on unbroken.

Nicky, The Kid’s style of music is a unique blend of influences ranging from Kanye West to Radiohead. His beats and synth patterns are captivating, and the lyrics of his songs cut deep. As a part of the indie rock band Black Paint, Nicky has been performing live shows in Toronto for years.

“People Live On” is not just a song; it’s an anthem of resilience for anyone going through tough times. It’s a reminder that no matter how hard things may seem, life goes on, and people have the power to overcome it. Nicky The Kid’s “People Live On” is a must-listen for anyone who needs inspiration and motivation to keep going.

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Written by Natalie Patrick

Music Journalist.

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