This rapper doesn’t need his sight to be heard loud and clear. n'yce is a totally blind hip-hop and R&B artist from Queens New York. He was diagnosed with retinoblastoma which left Him totally blind and extremely motivated to pursue my music career.  Currently he’s promoting his latest single titled INCREDIBLE,  which was performed for Nick Cannon and also picked up by RadioShack. N’yce is performing all over New York City and even out of town as well. His most recent performance was at BB King in witch he opened up  for hiphop icon Rakim. He is currently gearing up to release a joint EP followed by his debut project. St. Albans product Derrick Anderson, aka N’YCE, said he is preparing a set of fun and heartfelt music to perform at the first-ever Queens Day festival at Flushing Meadows- Corona Park on Wednesday. “I always like performing in my hometown,” said Anderson, 18, who has been blind since birth and is set to release his first album in the fall. “Sometimes people forget how important music is. Whatever mood you are in, there is music for it.” Anderson is one of several Queens-based artists who will be showcased at the family- friendly festival, which starts at 10 a.m. at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. The event is hosted by the U.S. Open as part of an agreement with local officials for allowing the USTA to expand its facilities on public parkland. Civic leaders have long complained that the borough reaps too few benefits in exchange for playing host to the Grand Slam tennis tourney, but Rob MacKay of the Queens Tourism Council disagrees. “The U.S. Open attracts tennis fans from all around the world,” said MacKay. “Queens Day is a chance for the local community to join in the fun.” He pointed out the tournament’s qualifying rounds, which start this week, are free and open to the public. In addition, the classic children’s film “Mary Poppins” will be screened outdoors near the carousel on Wednesday evening.
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This rapper doesn’t need his sight to be heard loud and clear. n'yce is a totally blind hip-hop and R&B artist from Queens New York. He was diagnosed with retinoblastoma which left Him totally blind and extremely motivated to pursue my music career.  Currently he’s promoting his latest single titled INCREDIBLE,  which was performed for Nick Cannon and also picked up by RadioShack. N’yce is performing all over New York City and even out of town as well. His most recent performance was at BB King in witch he opened up  for hiphop icon Rakim. He is currently gearing up to release a joint EP followed by his debut project. St. Albans product Derrick Anderson, aka N’YCE, said he is preparing a set of fun and heartfelt music to perform at the first-ever Queens Day festival at Flushing Meadows- Corona Park on Wednesday. “I always like performing in my hometown,” said Anderson, 18, who has been blind since birth and is set to release his first album in the fall. “Sometimes people forget how important music is. Whatever mood you are in, there is music for it.” Anderson is one of several Queens-based artists who will be showcased at the family-friendly festival, which starts at 10 a.m. at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. The event is hosted by the U.S. Open as part of an agreement with local officials for allowing the USTA to expand its facilities on public parkland. Civic leaders have long complained that the borough reaps too few benefits in exchange for playing host to the Grand Slam tennis tourney, but Rob MacKay of the Queens Tourism Council disagrees. “The U.S. Open attracts tennis fans from all around the world,” said MacKay. “Queens Day is a chance for the local community to join in the fun.” He pointed out the tournament’s qualifying rounds, which start this week, are free and open to the public. In addition, the classic children’s film “Mary Poppins” will be screened outdoors near the carousel on Wednesday evening.
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