Nikki Lorenzo was born in Miami, Florida in the midst of Hurricane Andrew. This unsettling phenomenon of nature would later serve as inspiration for Nikki as she describes her music and personality as a little bit of everything all shook up, but forms to create something magical.
Nikki started singing before she could speak and learned Evita by the age of four, at the age eight she wrote her first song and was performing soon after that. Quickly realizing that her future in music would be limited in Florida, Nikki moved to Los Angeles. Never losing sight of her Cuban/Spanish roots.
Vocal coaches, Valerie Morehouse and The Voice’s Stevie Mackey, started working with Nikki upon moving to Los Angeles. Nikki's passion for writing is revealed within her sassy and evocative lyrics that caught the attention of The CW Network, which featured Nikki’s single, “Work That Charm” in the trailer of “Significant Mother.” While developing her craft, Nikki also began training as an actor, which ultimately lead her to co-star in an episode of "Criminal Minds."
She is currently representing Sasha's Bloc as the lead in the music play, "Club Rendezvous" singing the classic songs written by Alexander Gershman and Charlie Midnight, while performing her individual music in various venues in Los Angeles.