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ReverbNation Discover | Nikki Pope Artist Profile

27th June 2018 | Music

ReverbNation Discover is the only place to discover fresh new artists, as well as to gain music industry insight and expertise on how to fulfil your music career ambitions – with help from ReverbNation’s platform for new artists and it’s expert insight into all different aspects of the music industry.

Listen to new episodes every other Friday, from 7pm (UK), only on W!ZARD Radio Station.

In our new segment 'Artist Profile' we highlight, and speak to, a new artist who we're excited about and introduce them to the rest of the world. This week, it's Nikki Pope.


Nikki Pope is a British born artist and singer-songwriter who developed her sound whilst traveling around the US. Her path to music success went up a notch when single 'Blue Lagoon' was picked up by a YouTuber and used in one of their videos, and her debut EP 'Electric Energy' was picked up by BBC Introducing in the UK and Sirius XM in the USA.

Her latest EP 'Karma Deja Vu' has turned things up a notch once again, as Nikki looks to perform on a UK and European tour later this year and her fan following continues to grow. .

Listen to James Gilmore introduce Nikki Pope as our latest 'Artist Profile' and speak about the moments that have defined her career so far.

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

ReverbNation Artist Profile: Nikki Pope

James Gilmore interviews British artist Nikki Pope about the moments that have defined her career so far. (5 minutes)

ReverbNation Discover | I want to become a music manager… how?

27th June 2018 | Music

ReverbNation Discover is the only place to discover fresh new artists, as well as to gain music industry insight and expertise on how to fulfil your music career ambitions – with help from ReverbNation’s platform for new artists and it’s expert insight into all different aspects of the music industry.

Listen to new episodes every other Friday, from 7pm (UK), only on W!ZARD Radio Station.

Each episode we invite listeners to submit their questions about the music industry and then we gather to work out the answers!

This week, a listener asked: I want to become a music manager... how?

Listen to James Gilmore replying to the listener’s question and gain that crucial insight to push your music career ambitions in the clip below.

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

I want to become a music manager… how?

James Gilmore replies to a listener questions - this week, he offers insight into how to become a music manager. (4 minutes)

Review: Taylor Swift Reputation Stadium Tour

22nd June 2018 | Music

As the opening drum beats of ‘…Ready For It?’, the first track on Taylor Swift’s record-setting ‘Reputation’ shake London’s Wembley Stadium, it becomes very clear as to what to expect over the next two hours: Perhaps the greatest live concert of our generation.

Ever-since the pop star had posted those snake graphics on her Instagram in late 2017, the world has seemingly been in a frenzy – with headline after headline writing about the meaning of the dollar bill in her ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ music video or who she’s referring to in her single ‘Gorgeous’. The irony of all this seems not lost on Swift – as her album explores the media’s portrayal of perhaps the most significant pop star of our generation, the media has shown her claims to be evident.


This theme is carried through-out much of the ‘Reputation’ stadium show – her biggest shows in the UK to date – with newspaper-style text acting as backdrops on massive screens and the star herself even advises fans to be themselves and not worry about what other people think between songs during the show.

It’s a mixture of this heart on her sleeve, honest advice alongside massive pop tunes which make this show one of the greatest concerts of our generation. Very rarely do crowds stay stood up for the whole two hours – when she talks, people are screaming that she’s even saying the word “LONDON”. When she sings, well everyone knows the word to every song. Every. Single. One. That’s because Taylor Swift doesn’t make anything other than hits.

And when we say that, we don’t mean she’s a machine of radio-worthy tunes. In fact, fans could argue that mainstream radio didn’t jump too hotly on her latest set,…