Nimic Revenue had a tumultuous childhood; her parents were most times away due to work, she struggled with loneliness and grappled with anger issues that culminated with nine stints in jail.
“Growing up, I’ve been through a lot of shit,” she reflects.
“I’ve always been bad.
I don’t know why.”
“Growing up, I had a lot of difficulties.
I faced a lot of challenges mentally with the world, going through depression and stuff—music was always something I was doing hobby-wise".
Her first memory of music was with her dads grand piano inside his studio in Saint Paul, Minnesota. When sad or annoyed at her younger brother, she would play the songs she wrote on the keyboard, crazy songs as she would call them, just to let herself know that she was sad.
At age seven, she wrote a song titled "Notice me" to her parents, because she felt like they didn't really know what was going on with her as a kid.
Her father played a particularly active role early on, acting as her first manager and paying for studio time, but also approaching her career with a rigid, harsh mindset.
Looking back, Nimic sees her dad's early demeanor as "a good thing and a bad thing," saying that it did inspire her present work ethic.
and made her the strong person she currently is.
After releasing her single "Leveled Up" early 2018, Nimic Revenue got signed into Def Jam Record Label late 2018.
In less than a year into her deal with Def Jam she was featured on the label’s Undisputed record, which dropped in celebration of their 35-year anniversary, and they hit the road on a 20-city North American tour with Def Jam label-mate DaniLeigh.
When asked about what her fans should expect concerning her new album "Lifeline", she said;
“Whatever vibe you are feeling, I know it’s going to touch you. I’ve been super honest. I’m so excited to share it with the world because I know it’s going to change my life, and I know it’s going to change [others, too]. It’s going to help [listeners], because all of my songs are about turning up from whatever situation I’m talking about. I feel like the world is stuck to depression, and I’m trying to find a way to make depression not as idolized as it is."
The songs in her album Lifeline include; Paramount, Tattoo, Kim K, Lifeline, Wedding Cake and Butterfly. Other songs by Nimic Revenue are; Leveled Up, AWLORN: A Whole Lot Of Revenue Now, Therapy, I Almost Made It.