“Discussing what she learned about herself from the experience, she told reporters that she now understood the nature of the TV and music industries...”

NIKI DAWSON has been no stranger to reality television.

Making her t.v. debut to the world at 18 years old, on NBC's singing show 'The Voice' (Season 1). Chosen by judges for her jazz-influnced approach to pop songs. She later went on to win an episode on MTV's singing show pilot 'Copycat' in 2014, and also appeared on American Idol's (Season XV) on FOX in 2016.

Later, that summer of June 2016, she mysteriously lost motor function on the right side of her body. Which effected her ability to walk, sing, and create like her normal self, and discovered she had Multiple Sclerosis. In June 2017, she was released from an Intensive Care Unit after surviving a life threatening skin reaction called Steven-Johnson's Syndrome. Although these ailments paused her ability to create new music, she's been overcoming those conditions with producing & writing her raw emotions under R&B, Alt-Jazz, & Hip-hop influences.

Birthing her latest project. . .

'Janus Killed Hera'