It has been said; when you have talent- it’s a gift from God. Nothing could be closer than the truth when it comes to F. Nitti.
Decatur, Ga. born lyricist, Donnell Williams aka “F. Nitti” is no stranger to the music world. At 15 years old, he sang tenor in the youth choir at his church home for 3 years – a musical sensation was born. While learning harmonies, major and minor keys for back-up, and a few solos, Nitti continued to follow what he had learned to love-music.
“Being diverse and taking your skill to the next level is what drives me to be different.”, says Nitti.
His first official introduction into the hip-hop world all began when he linked up with his cousin Kelvin “KP” Perryman for his assistance with the project “Two Weeks’ Notice” album debut. KP called upon F. NITTI to provide flawless raw spittin’ and crazy metaphors on the track. “ANN BO LYNN”. A track speaking on the “Get-Rich-Quick-Chic” eyeballing every baller in her path to satisfy her fetishes and shortcomings.
Nitti is becoming a highly reputable hip hop artist and a major competitor in the music industry. One of his accomplishments include the EP titled “Decatur to the Grave: Series 1” which includes appearances by Gangsta Boo, Future, Archie Eversole, SKG, Slice 9, Lil Jon and the Eastside Boys, Raheem Devaughn, Shawty Lo, and more.
“I’m the type of artist that can rap about anything because my humor, sarcasm, and realism can take over a song.” claims Nitti.
The latest single “What You Do to Me” featuring the vocals of C. Brianna is an upbeat infectious sound and it is taking the worldwide web by storm. Nitti, the modern day southern hip-hop artist delivers a Twista-like A-K 47 rapid fire flow on the song combined with C. Brianna’s angelic voice. Currently, this track has been downloaded by some of the top-rated record industry executives and Djs across the country.
In addition to that, Nitti has topped the charts of ReverbNation and remains strong in the top 10, accumulated more than 70,000+ plays on Soundcloud, 3,000+ streams via Spotify, and over 300,000 views on YouTube.
All in all, diversity is a major factor in Nitti’s re-birth and has shown many non-believers that he can stand the heat.
“I’m fighting back with fire…verbally speaking, and I’m taking no prisoners” quotes Nitti.
With that being said, let’s see what he has in store for us. Remember the name, F. Nitti, the modern-day lyricist will have the radio airwaves lit at a station near you.