Nicole Charles aka NickyC co-founder of Tereph Entertainment, born and raised in Scarborough, ON has been in the entertainment industry since Highschool.
NickyC first followed her love of music through singing. She auditioned for an all female canadian group called "4U" and began to start her career as singer. 4U was made up of 4 African Canadian female singers who started performing at Various night clubs, special events, Ontario Place, Honey Jam and others. They even belted out the Canadian National Anthem @ the Sky Dome for the Toronto Raptors.
After singing with "4U" for 2 years, NickyC decided that a career as a singer was not for her, and she soon left the group to work behind the scenes in the industry.
NickyC worked as a roving music reporter for AM 530 with Roy Pinnock, the only canadian radio station at the particular time to have a full slot for Urban Music, Nicky reported from many local Talent Showcases, entertainment seminars & workshops, and also made it a point (along with Mr. Pinnock) to make sure that canadian talent was being played on the radio station.
Over the years NickyC has also managed artists, hosted music seminars, organized music competitions, showcases & unique events.
With the knowledge that NickyC gained throughout the years in the entertainment industry, Nicky went on to start Tereph Entertainment in 1998 with her sisters, Renee & Donna.
Currently Tereph Ent & D*Styles Ent have created and produced a weekly open mic show in Toronto known as Roc Da Mic, Hosted by NickyC & Luke Green.
NickyC has set out for one mission, to continue to Support, Promote, & Educate upcoming Canadian Talent.