N.I.C.K. B, aka Nerd In A Cool Kid's Body, is part of the new generation of young MC's coming out of New Jeruz. Focusing on lyrics and content, Jonathan Rivera takes on the alter ego name N.I.C.K. B. With influences from The Wu Tang Clan, Eminem, Nas, and Jay Electronica, he is truly a student of the game. N.I.C.K B was born in Newark and raised in Union, NJ where he aquired both the strength and knowledge which would later influence his choice of content and his name. Jonathan Rivera, bka Jo from MTV’s 'Teen Mom 2,' started filming for the MTV show '16 and Pregnant' in August of 2009 and they’ve been filming his life ever since. He began filming for the spinoff series 'Teen Mom 2' in 2010. He's been writing songs for over 3 years now but recently got into the recording aspect about a year ago. Says N.I.C.K B, “Rhyming is something I did before the show and I’ll continue to do as long as I live.” As one of 4 members of the rap group Overtime Grind, N.I.C.K B has performed several venues in the Tri State Area. He is currently working on a solo EP for the summer of 2011. "My ultimate goal is to sign to a label that's ready to work just as hard as I am." - N.I.C.K. B
At first glance, you might recognize Jo Rivera as the potty-mouthed teen father on MTV’s reality show Teen Mom 2. But these days, the 19-year-old Pennsylvania native, who now goes by the artistic name N.I.C.K. B (Nerd in a cool kid’s body), is hoping to flip his luck — and reputation — and launch a career as a rapper.XXLMAG.COM
One of the dads from "Teen Mom" has taped himself in bed with another woman ... all in an effort to launch his rap career -- and TMZ has the footage!!!
First-time father and Teen Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry's baby daddy Jonathan "Jo" Rivera has recorded a rap about fatherhood and only RadarOnline.com has your first listen.
Teen Mom 2‘s Jonathan “Jo” Rivera (or as I like to call him, “Shifty Eyes”) is Kailyn Lowry’s ex, Isaac’s dad, and now a rapper. Jo goes by N.I.C.K. B, which stands for Nerd In A Cool Kid’s Body, and he actually isn’t half bad.
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