As a multi-platform artist and mental health advocate, Chicago-based Nikki Lynette never has a dull moment. Between her innovative music, lyrics, and paintings, her vibrant expression mimicks her vibrant life, and her vegan diet is a strong part of her identity.
“If being healthy while vegan is "complicated," then being healthy while on a typical meaty-ass diet must be like quantum physics." - Nikki
VEGAN COMPANY PLUG
I'm a makeup lover, so of course I support brands that are vegan-friendly. I love Urban Decay
, Too Faced
, and Tarte
. When I am traveling, I get body stuff from Lush
, but I try to find local people who make body products as often as I can so that I'm supporting independent businesses. There are several items from Kissed By A Bee Organics
that I am in love with right now.
I have a song debuting in Spike Lee's Netflix series She's Gotta Have It
on Thanksgiving, so I'm excited about that. I am doing an album series called Happy Songs About Unhappy Things
. The first release was called Manic Pixie Dream Girl
. The next one is called Chronicles of a "Crazy B!+¢h"
, and the first single from that one is the one Spike is using. The last release in the series will be called The Suicide Bridge
. I have some really cool stuff in the works for my next couple releases. I'm very lucky. Visit nikkiLynette.com
if you find me interesting.