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From football pitch to music studio, former Grambling footballer Nicolas DeRogers continues to bring the hits | KTVE

“It was fun, I think that was the best part. Learning about the game. It was fun.”

The fun continues for Nicolas DeRogers. The former Grambling football player is not seeing it on the football pitch at the moment, but in the studio.

“I’ve been interested in music since I was young,” says DeRogers.

The former Tigers defensive back made hits on the field, now he’s doing it in the music world. The cousin of GSU great Martez Carter is taking the world by storm.

“Music has always been a part of my life,” says DeRogers. “I haven’t talked about it too much. Only the people around me knew that. I used it as a coping method growing up.

Inspiration comes from?

“Feelings,” DeRogers continues. “I get up today and go out. It’s a nice day outside. Then I can write about it. If something happened to me the day before, I wake up with that in mind. Maybe be that I’m stressed about it. You really don’t think about it too much. You let it out.

NBC 10’s Chris Demirdjian asked DeRogers how long it takes for a song to come together.

“I can do a song in 10 minutes, and I can do a song in 45 minutes.”

Nicolas DeRogers, aka “Six Nick,” has already signed with a major record label, and something is afoot in the near future.

“I loved doing it, but I don’t see any progress, and I was like, ‘I’m going to take a day off and I’m going to try to reach out to some people,'” DeRogers says. next day I had a [direct message] of a very important person.

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