Nikki Flores [TEEN PRODIGY]

Watson, Margeaux
June 2007
Entertainment Weekly;6/29/2007, Issue 941/942, p92
The article focuses on the singer Nikki Flores who is number 76 from a list of 100 celebrities and entertainment choices favored by the periodical "Entertainment Weekly." Flores, who is 18 years old, has a debut album entitled "This Girl." She writes her own songs, plays piano and sings. Flores comments on meeting record executives at Epic Records' New York headquarters.


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