It’s A young Indian man from Guyana, by the name of Nijel, find him in magazines, clothing lines, and find him all over the Internet: You can just Google keyword “nijel.”
To all the indo-Caribbean folks living in America, this is news of a young man [nijel] in New York City, doing very well and is up and coming in the fashion and entertainment market.
This young man is Nijel who immigrated to the US at a very young age and now as an adult he maintains and demonstrates the professionalism, identity, image and style of a phenomenon in the making. As a vocalist, artist and model, He has maintains his native Guyanese identity as well as lingo, and is also taking it to the stage and cameras.
In the 2005 year, he has been in shows most recent Club Coda for Diva International. For magazines most recent is Dominican Times magazine (April) for Paper Denim Jeans. Nijel is posted on numerous professional photographers’ websites including Anthony Ragland Photo.com, Drew Tal.com, One Mountain Photo.com, Noah Kalina.com, Musecube.com, Mark Edward Studio.com and more. In addition, Nijel has posed for product and ads for other designers such as Dom Wear, Manhattan films, Marvin Stephens, Shriv Patel and more. This young man is making a move.
Furthermore as an artist, Nijel has performed music at various venues under the name of ‘bacardiiiii.’ Venues include Apocalypse Lounge NYC, C-Note, Alphabet Lounge NYC, Club Rockwell NYC, and Karma Lounge NYC. Nijel is on the move and He is just getting started.
His future goals are to continue as a Guyanese performer, because Guyana has always brought up top-notch performers. From soca to calypso, to reggae and Indian, it’s the pepperpot that makes these young artists stand out.
One time, this is news of a young man [nijel] in New York City, doing well in the fashion & entertainment market. In the 2005 year, he has been in shows, magazines, websites, and has performed at various venues. Nijel will continue to ride the wave of popularity with His image as the curly hair Indian known as ‘bacardiiiii.’
If you’d like more information about Nijel, or to schedule an interview with Nijel, please call manager Craig Scheigh at 212.865.7314, or contact nijel directly at 347.612.2091 or firstname.lastname@example.org or www.nijel.com