Friday, July 31, 2009

Blogging Quickly

Hello, everyone. This week, I have been quite busy and is the main reason why I did not blog regularly.

On Wednesday, I DJed an Crest White Strips event for Nigel Barker of America's Best Top Model which was a once in a lifetime opportunity. They loved me, and would like for me to DJ all of their events in the future along with freelance PR work. In addition, I booked two more gigs at the Ed Hardy Store. Looks like I am going to be their resident DJ for the rest of 2009, and hopefully for a long time.

Also, I will be hosting a music segment on Cablevision 68 which airs in Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Manhattan each Thursday. I intend to put my best foot forward each week, and make sure that everyone in New York City and beyond knows about it. I am up for the challenge! Well, I have a proposal to write before I hit my weekly spin class with Phoenix Carnevale of Latina Magazine. After which, I have a meetings and perhaps I will hit Sobe Fridays. Have a great and productive day!

Monday, July 27, 2009

Love, Sex, and Money

Sunday nights are my time to go in. I don't go to sleep until the sun comes out. I will get my 7 hours, believe me. My phone just will not stop ringing during the day along with e-mails and text messages. This is time where I have quiet time. I'm listening to music tonight. There is this song that I really like by Mos Def Called Love, Sex, and Money. The link is below:

Love, Sex, and Money by Mos Def

Speaking of love, sex, and money. Did you know that Kelis wants 55k per month for child support (and child support is not taxed by the way)? Men love women on T.V., and they take them to the cleaners all the time. I don't care if the girl was a lead in a BET uncut music video, a cast member of a bootleg reality show, or in a movie that went straight to DVD. As long as, she was on T.V.-she'll get wived up, quickly in less than a year guaranteed. 55k per month is a great lifestyle. She'll use the 55k to get a trainer, do Kegal exercises on a daily basis (LOL), and be brand new for the next thirsty dude who will also live off of the 55k and ignore all the red flags because she's on T.V. I've seen this many times before; however I know plenty of good woman who do not do this. Here's Redman and Method's man take on the situation (hilarious):

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Hot Summer Day

I think the seasons are behind, and summer just began. I bet you a million bucks that it will be hot through September, and the beginning of October-if not later.

My weekend has been relaxing, and I put in some hard work too. I've been reading alot-that kind of hard work. I like to read for strategies, and I love building my vocabulary.

I've still disciplined about the gym. I trained on Saturday and Sunday. In fact, I don't think that I have missed a day this week (maybe one day), but working out is so much apart of my daily routine that I just can't remember if I didn't do it if that makes sense. This week I want to focus on taking more yoga classes and making that apart of my lifestyle. You have to take one step at a time. Let's see if I am focused. Each time I go-I'll blog about it! Here's a picture of my hard work (I wasn't in this kind of shape at 21):

DJ Nickiee Versatile Inc. DJ Shogun

Headed to the gym now then to Central Park where the "R&B Cats" as I call them are performing-Ginuwine, Joe, and Chico Debarge (a Sunday afternoon full of whining...they should just add Keith Sweat to the bill lol. The Rock Steady event is more my speed, but I don't feel like taking public transportation to Newark. A car is in the horizon next year even if I do live in the city-it's needed.

I will have more pictures to post this week from Cipha Sounds Comedy Show and the UMA Awards After Party sponsored by Versatile, Inc. &

Thursday, July 23, 2009

I'm blessed

I'm blessed-the meeting went well. I should know the outcome in two weeks.

This is the happiest that I have been in a long time. This is the best shape that I have been in the past two years. I'm stronger mentally and physically. I have clarity, focus, and a new found wisdom. I am thirsty for new knowledge. I love learning-that is what life is about.

I just had to make some changes and get past distractions, and I feel like a huge weight has been lifted off my shoulders. I can't explain it. I just feel free. I'm excited about each day and what it has to bring. I know what I want, I know how to get it, what to avoid, and I am not settling for anything less. The energy is all positive. I'm just enjoying life. We all should.

Wish me luck!

In one hour and a half, I have a meeting, which if it goes well, will change my life. I am tired as hell because my clients took me to Atlantic City last night, but I have to prepare for the life of minimal sleep for the next year; so last night was proper preparation. I'll let you know how it goes.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Productive Day

I just got back from Cipha Sounds Comedy Show Series at Comix. There was a huge turn out, plus the comedians were hilarious. (I will post pictures on Today was Peter Rosenberg's birthday so I gave him cupcakes from, Who Made That Cake. I have been laughing since Friday. This comedian by the name of Dawn B. and her friend, DK, cracked me up all day long on Saturday-just when I needed it. They minded me that life goes on, and laugther is the perfect fuel to keeping it moving. Overall, I had a good, productive day. On the way home, I ran into Marc from Grae Enterprises-I took the long way home so that I could chat with him.

Today, I received a life changing phone call. I will let you know what happens with it in the next couple of weeks. I don't want to jinx it.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Two-a-Days Continues

I am battling a cold which has to do with last week's two-a-day routine. I actually took it easy yesterday after over the weekend. The Hatha Yoga class just proved to me that I need to scretch more. If I can fit a class in my schedule two times a week that would be great along with swimming. I have to schedule swimming before I get my hair done so that looks like it will be going down once a week. Swimming just leans you down beautifully (water is amazing).

I am a ball of energy. I have always been like this. In my teenage years, I was always exercising or running somewhere. I didn't discover the power of weights until in law school. I think I am addicted to the endorphins. Before, I hit the gym. I drink Jasmine Pearl Green Tea from Wholefoods which I know increases my metabolism and then a glass of lemon water. I've read so many books about nutrition and exercising that I know exactly what to do; it's just hard to commit yourself, but once I get started; I can't stop. I hope this blog encourages someone to make a healthy change today. You literally have to start one day at a time. I started giving diet tips on my twitter page. Thanks for taking this journey with me. This time I want to maintain my hardwork instead of getting super fit, and then falling apart. We can all have the things that we want; the hardest part is maintaining it! That goes for your body, the big house you want, the foreign car, relationships, business, etc.

As for today, I have meetings as usual. Then, I invited some press down to Comix for Cipha's Sound's "Don't Get Gassed Comedy Show." I am very excited about working with him so stay tuned for constant good news.

It's Bed Time!

My grandfather used to always say it was "bed time" and stomp his foot at the same time. And, I would look at him like he was crazy because it would only be 7:30pm. I miss my grandfather.

He's still here but he has Alzheimer's disease. I am a very affectionate person especially when I love you, and one time, I was giving my grandfather a hug (I just couldn't stop hugging him), and he said, "You better get off of him, before Clara [my grandmother] slapped the shit out of me." You had to be there because it was funny. He has no sense, but he still has sense enough not to let another woman hug him when his wife is around (Hilarious). But, it was also sad because he doesn't remember who I am. We were very close. I remember going into the other room and crying, but I wouldn't let my family see. I never let them see me cry, but I took it very hard. He is wearing on down my grandmother, and I wish I was there to help her. I work so hard because I want to be able to spoil her like she's spoiled me.

On another note: I had a good, relaxing day. I took a Hatha Yoga class. The instructor kept on calling me a "young lady." Everyone in the class was a regular for 20 years plus. I am going to start taking Yoga twice a week. Vinyasa is little bit more rigorous (I want to sweat). I was supposed to go to Greenhouse, but I asked for a rain check. I didn't feel like being around bottle poppers, tonight. Well, I'm off to bed. I have to get up at 7 o'clock. Have a blessed night, everyone. Sweet dreams (dreams do come true)!

Monday, July 20, 2009

Long Weekend

I woke up late this morning. Not good. I went out Friday through Sunday-that has alot to do with it, and I had a ball. The BBQ in Prospect Park was very overwhelming. I think that it sucked the energy out of me. I saw alot of friends from college which was refreshing because they are all good people.

Still on my exercise routine, starting today. I took a couple of days off-you need time to give your body a rest, and that is also the time when cells regenerate. Hope everyone has a great, productive week. I am. Remember happiness is all in your head (put yourself first), and you can achieve anything you put your mind to; you just have to be consistent!

Sunday, July 19, 2009


Yesterday, I spent the day hanging out in Clinton. It was so refreshing, and I had a great time.
I ran into a friend from NYU who is also an attorney. He reminded me about something. I am so blessed, and very excited about the future. This is my the end of this year, everything is going to instantly change for me. A wise person told me to plant my seeds at the beginning of the year, and reap the harvest in the Fall, and that is literally what I have done! I'm headed to Prospect Park, I am guaranteed to run into people from college which is cool. I'm trying to organize my homegirls so we can go there and people watch. Have a Happy Sunday!

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Thank God It's Saturday

Thank god, it's Saturday because I am taking the day off. I'm not working to at all! I am going to work out twice, and unwind and try to stay out of trouble. I was supposed to go the car show, but I literally missed the bus. Sorry, Cipha Sounds. By the way, I am Cipha's new publicist. Sosh B and AV are performing at the car show. Even though, I live in the city, I need a car or I would totally drive there right now! Have a great'll hear from me on Monday. By the way, I have been banging the Drake Mixtape. I haven't enjoyed music this much in a while. "Successful" is my song.

Friday, July 17, 2009

DJ Nickiee to Present Best Magazine at the Urban Music Awards

July 17, 2009


Nickie E Robinson

A Star-Studded Night in Urban Music
Presented by Versatile, Inc. &

(NEW YORK, NY), July 17, 2009 - The seventh annual Urban Music Awards hits New York City’s renowned Hammerstein Ballroom in honor of international urban music and culture. Presenters and performers include Naughty by Nature, Swizz Beatz, Cassidy, Dana Dane, Grandmaster Flash, Diego Ca$h, Bobby Valentino, Bokeem Woodbine, Mark Indelicato, Physha P, Karina Pasian, Ringmasters, Chubb Rock, Kool Rock Ski, Justin Miller, Christina Mendez, Natalia, Sway, Black Violin, DJ Nickiee, and Amadeus.

After the internationally presented awards ceremony, GoodGirlPR,, and Versatile, Inc., in conjunction with the Urban Music Awards USA, are hosting the official VIP after-party at the Star Lounge located at 222 W. 23rd Street, New York, NY. Other sponsors include Cocolah and Byron Lars Beauty Mark.

About Urban Music Awards, USA
Since its inception in 2003, the Urban Music Awards has set itself apart from other awards ceremony by being the first Hip-Hop, R&B, and Soul awards ceremony to be held in six countries simultaneously. The unique award show’s nominees and subsequent winners are determined by the voting power of the public. Their return to New York City marks the second time since 2007. The 2007 event was attended by over 2,000 guests at the Hammerstein Ballroom in Manhattan and broadcasted to over 14 countries worldwide.

About Versatile, Inc.
Versatile, Inc. is a growing organization that has been in existence for approximately six years. Their primary goal is to foster growth and encourage upcoming businesses and individuals to strive for excellence. Versatile, Inc. is comprised of hardworking, dedicated entrepreneurs looking to conquer their music and fashion niches, while establishing and maintaining a positive and philanthropic image.

About ("AHH") is the #1 online destination for Hip-Hop news, reviews, and industry insights. is the brainchild of "Grouchy" Greg Watkins and Chuck "Jigsaw" Creekmur. The website was launched in 1998 and has become the premier Hip-Hop/urban news provider on the web. The site features daily updates, interviews, reviews, and a fast growing community which shares news and views of their own. Sources as varied as CNN, The Associated Press, The O'Reilly Factor, XXL Magazine, VIBE, and the New York Daily News all regularly use's pages.

Since 1998, the site has also been an innovator in the mobile field, delivering daily news alerts to over 300,000 music industry taste makers and Hip-Hop lovers' phones and emails. Essence Magazine noted AHH as one of the four top music websites among and in the June 2007 issue, and VIBE Magazine, in its annual Juice issue, ranked AHH as #29 out of the top 100 music industry leaders. AHH is the only urban site to expand its reach outside of the internet.

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Midnight Oil

I'm going to bed, now. I bought this green tea from Whole Foods (It costs $14 dollars for a very good reason). I'm up preparing for the Urban Music Awards, but I think I should take a nap. In the matter of one day, I got sponsors for an event and even have my attire ready. My house is a mess, but I now a co-owner of housekeeping business which I initially started and branded two years (long story) so I am not cleaning up anymore especially if I am busy. I have to meet with my trainer in two hours, and I can't cancel, or he'll think I am not focused. Well, I'll let you know how I am doing by the afternoon. Good morning! LOL...

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Busy Week!

Good morning! This has been such a busy week. It started with Friday night, and I have been running since then. I had an epiphany, recently. I need to start getting up early in the morning. (6:30 am). It's time to train my body for the year to come (constant work and the California and another state bar). I've finally set myself up; now it's time to execute literally. There is a method to my madness. Well, I'm off to the gym to watch the news and do cardio. I have to head back to the gym at 2pm. New York Health Racquet Club gave me a free training session with a master trainer. It's been quite a lucky week, I also can take classes at Equinox for free (I have no idea what's going on).

Yesterday, I was a hair model for Mizani. The session was held at K Salon in Staten Island. I was very impressed by the owner, Kim, very ambitious Black woman which I love. We made an instantaneous connection (sisters we need to stick together instead of hating on one another); so you should be hearing more about the K salon. I already incorporated her in a plus size fashion show that I am helping coordinate in November (always working). I got a conservative yet edgy haircut which is totally me. I love it! Thanks, Rod H. (the best hairdresser in the City hands down).

I also attended the Mayor Bloomberg event last night which was a ploy to get more votes. He's up for re-election correct? I was tricked! I would have stayed at home, worked, or worked out. I assumed the event which be an outlet to get more information about minority grants, etc. Hell, beer, and the same people from the "urban professional" parties five years ago. I'll pass, but see you guys at Prospect Park on Sunday (LOL, it's going to be extra cracking).

Tonight, I am hosting an event at SoHo 157 Lafayette St at 7pm New York City, NY 10013 for Nenna Yvonne. I just found out about this morning. Today is going to be very busy, but that's what I need-to keep busy! Have a blessed day! Off to the gym.....

Monday, July 13, 2009

The Game Disses Jay-Z

I love the Game, he's from L.A. County, Compton to be exact. One thing about people from L.A. (South Central) is that we are very outspoken especially when we are pissed off, but damn Game. New Yorkers are a little more sneaky. Smile in your face and talk behind your face, But, sometimes, I wonder why he is always so angry. Seriously, listen to this (I don't want to ever get on his bad side):

Game is definitely the underdog, and I love the underdog. So Gangster.

Sunday, July 12, 2009

NAACP 100th Anniversary Celebration

Peace and Blessings. I have had such a eventful weekend. My weekend has to do with the fact that I am very focused. I have been on my two-a-day routine for four days now. I have 10 more days to go. I got two-a-days from my homeboys who played in the NFL. They would always go into football camp one size, and then come back from camp ripped. I am about two weeks from my fitness goals, and it took me a long time to reach them because I was not focused. I eat too much among other things. I started posting "Diet Tips" on Twitter ( now I have all these weight loss followers. I've read so many books and magazines that I have it down to a science literally, and I just combine everything that I've learned and tailor it to what I like. Today, one of the trainers of the gym said that my routine is so disciplined that the Club is arranging a session with the master trainer (They want to see how far I can go lol). Ironically, Camile Currie, who is third in the nation in her boxing weight class, has been pushing me to workout with her trainer at Gleason's in Brooklyn. I'm going to start this week; purely to learn how to knock someone out if necessary lol. Additionally, one of the my spin instructors, Phoenix Carnevale, teaches classes at Equinox, and she invited me to her class tomorrow (I can't wait; that was the best spin class that I have attended).

Friday began with a concert at the Beacon Theater. I admit I have avoiding a Frankie Beverly concert since I was a minor, but I had a great time. After which, I had dinner at the Eatery with SVPs from major labels, I love hearing their perspective on artists. People who I still think have viable careers; in their minds are "Finished!" I wonder if the artist knows that? The label perspective is quite different than that of DJs; it's all about numbers and the bottom line. Duly noted. I'm learning when to listen and not talk. You learn more that way.

Saturday, I attended Jazz in the Park, and walked around the city. Today, I went to church at Abyssinian Baptiste Church ( which was an enlightening experience, and then walked over to City College where NAACP held their 100th Anniversary Event. I met the President of the Manhattan Chapter of the NAACP, Billy Holiday-also a Soror (I am a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.), and she encouraged me to attend monthly meeting in September. I also met Londell McMillian, the administrator of the Michael Jackson Estate, and he said, "Make sure I remember you." I will, Londell. Two million dollars for estate administration (Very easy process); it's all about who you know. Speakers included Al Sharpton, New York Governor Paterson, and past New York Mayor Dinkins. The Civil Rights Movement is very dear to me. I was a constitutional scholar, and debated the 14th Amendment which includes the equal protection act in Washington, D.C. I admit was discouraged about our justice system while I was in law school for various reasons and is also the reason why I waited to commence my law career. I was very idealistic. Everything is this country boils down to the almighty dollar and politics. As a Black woman, you truly have a different perspective on things. I am at the intersection of race and gender, and my experience is quite unique, but I think with the election of a Black president that truly presents the historical virtues of American minorities, a legally blind Black Governor, and a pop icon who exemplified the power of talent irregardless of race, I honestly have a renewed faith, and am blessed to be armed with EDUCATION. Entry of Black males into jail is more steady than those matriculating from college, and I intend to do my part to encourage literacy and self-reliance which can only be achieved through education, ambition, or a combination of both. I am also going to become more involved in BESLA, the Black Entertainment Sports Lawyer Association. I had a long conversation with the organization on Friday. This weekend is historic for me for so many reasons because I mentally solidified the direction of my career and opened mind, in general. Today, I prayed for all of my blessings and will power. This is the first time in my life that I have sacrificed, and I want to stay positive, encouraged, and resilient because I have a long way to go.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Sosh B and DJ Nickiee on The Kendra Show

Today, I was on the Kendra Show on Cablevision 68. I had no idea that I was going to be interviewed LOL. But, she started asking me questions about the infamous MIMS party LOL. Hilarious. The show was very diverse and included reggae and hip-hop artists such as the new GoodGirlPR client, Sosh B (, as well as poets. Kendra, the host, was quite gracious and good spirited. I love good energy. The live broadcast did become serious when she discussed the new capital punishment legislation in Jamaica where the death penalty will be evoked by the public hanging of the convicted criminal. Of course, she questioned me, the J.D Miss DJ regarding my opinion, and I gave a thoughtful answer, relating the form of death penalty to a principle of deterrence which was the theme that began my first year, Criminal Law. Sentences are meant to deter people, period, and hanging someone in public is such a medieval, humiliating form of punishment that will mostly likely decrease the murder rate in Jamaica.

Wow! Opportunities come your way when you least expect it...just grind.

Today, I hope that I put a smile on someone's face that I really care about. Making certain people smile makes my day!

Monday, July 6, 2009

Good Morning.

Good Morning! I have a feeling that today is going to be a great day. I haven't been up this early in a long time. Time to focus!

The Truth Shall Set You Free

It's 1:06am, and I'm home alone which feels weird because I've been around people constantly for the past three days. Funny thing is that I realized something about myself. I don't like being alone at all, but I'm used to a packed house, and I miss it. I set some personal and career goals for myself, and I refuse to let anyone or anything get in my way. That is what focus is. I met a woman with LA times on Thursday before my trip. She gave me some really good advice then a light bulb went off in my head. She said, "Let God handle it......everything that will be...will be." And, she's right. As long as I strive to be the best person that I can be everything will fall into place for me, and I know and believe that. The hardest thing for me is reacting positively to negativity, but it's something I am going to work diligently to conquer for ME. In the past, I asked my Grandma, "Why do I have to always be the bigger person?" It gets frustrating because I played the role my entire life. "Don't I have the right to get pissed off and upset?", I thought to myself. She said because, "You are the better person." I didn't understand what she meant then, but I do now. Some of my reactions would not make her proud at all, but it's not too late to revert back to the old Nickie. Luckily certain people love me unconditionally despite my mistakes and poor decisions which is a blessing. Good night everyone, and have a happy, productive week. You and me, we create our own happiness never give anyone power to take that away from you.

Thursday, July 2, 2009


It's raining outside. The rain is fitting for the moment. Everything in life is about timing. Certain things just don't come at the right time while sometimes they do. In life you, you make your own choices that determine your destiny. I look forward to my mini vacation and the fresh air. My mind has so much on's time to just let it all go if it's only for a few days...

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Missing Michael Jackson

Here's one of my favorite songs by Michael Jackson R.I.P.

"I Can't Help It" by Michael Jackson

[1st Verse]
Looking In My Mirror
Took Me By Surprise
I Can't Help But See You
Running Often Through My Mind

[2nd Verse]
Helpless Like A Baby
Sensual Disguise
I Can't Help But Love You
It's Getting Better All The Time

I Can't Help It If I Wanted To
I Wouldn't Help It Even If I Could
I Can't Help It If I Wanted To
I Wouldn't Help It, No

I Can't Help It If I Wanted To
I Wouldn't Help It Even If I Could
I Can't Help It If I Wanted To
I Wouldn't Help It, No

[3rd Verse]
Love To Run My Fingers
Softly While You Sigh
Love Came And Possessed You
Bringing Sparkles To Your Eyes

[4th Verse]
Like A Trip To Heaven
Heaven Is The Prize
And I'm So Glad I Found You Girl
You're An Angel In Disguise

I Can't Help It If I Wanted To
I Wouldn't Help It Even If I Could
I Can't Help It If I Wanted To
I Wouldn't Help It, No

And I'm So Glad I Found You Girl
You're An Angel In Disguise

I Can't Help It If I Wanted To
I Wouldn't Help It Even If I Could
I Can't Help It If I Wanted To
I Wouldn't Help It, No

Good Morning.

Good morning, Everyone. Today is a good day. I took a couple of days off, but the business is still pouring in. For some reason, I thought it would stop with me. The LA Times wants to meet with me on Thursday. I'm honored. I didn't know that they have a New York Office? I'm back on my gym routine before I head Upstate (I hope there is a gym up there). A friend of mine invited me to spend the weekend with the family (that's nice). I wouldn't mind getting away from the City this weekend. Essence Magazine invited me to New Orleans for the festival, but my instincts tell me to say on the East Coast. I've started my book. I am giving myself until December to complete it. Wish me luck.

Good Night

Good night, everyone. I just finished a long conversation with Koran. It's good to have someone to talk to. :-) Thank you to all my real friends for being there for me and having my back unconditionally. I love you guys.