This tell-all takes an uncensored look into the life of Londell “Nikko London” Smith as he shares salacious tales of his journey in the entertainment business. As a singer-songwriter and record producer, this Brooklyn raised entertainer has collaborated with music sensations, such as Timbaland, Tamia, Gerald Levert and LL Cool J. Yet many still view him as nothing more than an opportunist who used a sex tape to achieve success.
After a few seasons on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta everyone thinks they know him, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. He’s now ready to reveal the Nikko the world never knew and have them singing a different tune. Sure to clear up the rumors that he’s a penniless reality television star searching for a come-up and fifteen minutes of fame, S.E.A.L. shines a light on a man that’s misunderstood and highly underrated.
With a foreword by powerhouse singer-songwriter and record producer Teddy Riley, S.E.A.L. shows the complexities of a man that is a force to be reckoned with.
Written with bestselling author Mya Kay, S.E.A.L. exposes the humanity and identity of Nikko London that was not shown on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. It uncovers the man that worked hard to get out of the street life to build a name for himself, a man his parents could be proud of and the world will never forget.
|Publisher:||The TMG Firm|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Londell Smithbetter known by his stage nameNikko London, is a singer-songwriter, record producer and television personality. He is best known for appearing onVH1's number onereality showLove & Hip Hop: Atlantaand Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars.
Mya Kay, born and raised in North Philadelphia, is a bestselling author, speaker and literary coach who believes everyone has a story to tell. She has been honing her craft since she first discovered her calling for writing and publishing ten years ago. She has published eight novels and a non-fiction guide, Don’t Time Your Masterpiece, Take Time to Write It: From The Inside Out. Her first book signing for her young adult novel, A Song for Jordan, was held in Atlanta at Barnes & Noble, one of the toughest chains to get noticed as a self-published author. She has published five books in seven months, two of which were #1 for three weeks worldwide on Amazon. Mya Kay is currently signed to The TMG Firm as an author.
Table of Contents
Foreword by Teddy Riley, Grammy Award Winning Singer-Songwriter and Record Producer
Introduction - The Man, The Myth, The Truth
Part I - Sex
Chapter 1 - Where It All Started
Chapter 2 - Marrying Margeaux
Chapter 3 - When Women Cheat
Chapter 4 - Addressing the Womanizer
Chapter 5 - Hard Heads, Soft Heart
Chapter 6 - Sex, Secrets and the Streets
Young Nikko Speaks Out
Part II - Entertainment
Chapter 7 - Reality Ruined Relationships
Chapter 8 - The Mona I Thought I Knew
Chapter 9 - Half-Scripted, Half-Reality
Chapter 10 - The Musical Genius
Chapter 11 - Production Hell, the Worst Times in Music & TV
Chapter 12 - Memories in Music
Part III - Lies
Chapter 13 - I Never Slept With…
Chapter 14 - Opportunist vs. Hustler
Chapter 15 - Sex Tape Addressed
Chapter 16 - Lawsuits and Lies
Chapter 17 - Love & Hip Hop Didn’t Give Me Identity
Epilogue - My Own Scripted Reality (In My Own Words)