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People Pleaser

by Toni Hickman

I used to be signed to Suave House/Universal Records, had 2 brain aneurysms and a stroke, and back with the best music I ever made!
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Toni Hickman started to dabble in hip hop around the age of 10, she did a talent show in New Orleans and decided right then that this was what she wanted to do.She has been in two groups that didn't work out before deciding to go solo during the Suave House Era. After leaving the label, Toni has had the privilege to work with artist like Jazzy Pha, Jagged Edge, Peaty Pablo, Nitti, Fishscales of the NappyRoots, and many more.She was about to negotiate a deal with Peaty Pablo and Suge Knight, when suddenly she was rushed to the hospital fo her 1st Brain Aneurysm in 2004.

After 6 months of healing, Toni got back on the scene, preforming so much that she caught the attention of Vibe magazine, Ozone Magazine, Grip Magazine, Urbanite Magazine and a few more.She was in the process of being able to put her project out herself through an invester before yet having another brain Aneurysm in 2007.This one Paralyzed her and left her without a voice.After going through her suicidal depression in the hospital, she made a decision that "Either I'm gonna let this beat me, or I'm gonna beat this!"She eventually got her voice back and most of her mobility, but she is still recovering.

When the interviewer told Toni, "Well, I guess this means its time to stop preforming and doing your music."Toni responded "I didn't move to New York, sleep in a shelter, get a deal and not put my album out, move to Atlanta, have 2 Brain Aneurysms and a stroke for nothing, I am going to still do music better than I ever have, and be the best disabled hip hop artist you have ever seen!"

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