- “Necessary Evil” reached 30,000 Nielsen BDS Certified spins in November 2015
- 4x Juno Award Nominee
- 2011 Canadian Radio Music Award Nominee - Adult Contemporary Song of the Year for "I Believe"
- 2011 WAVE Smooth Jazz Award Winner - Female Vocalist of the Year
- 2010 Canada`s Walk of Fame Winner - Allan Slaight Award
- 2x 2010 Felix Award Nominee
- 2009 Canadian Independent Music Award Winner - Favourite Jazz Artist or Group
From her auspicious start as the youngest headliner in the history of the Montreal International Jazz Festival at 12, Nikki Yanofsky has covered plenty of territory over the last eight years. She has topped both jazz and pop charts, performed with orchestras and big bands, and sold out festivals and major theatres around the world in 2010, she sang to 3.2 billion people – half the world's population – at the Vancouver Olympic and Paralympic Games. She has worked with luminaries such as Herbie Hancock, Phil Ramone, Will.i.am, Wyclef Jean, and Stevie Wonder.
In 2014, Nikki had her highest album debut with her sophomore release Little Secret, entering the Canadian Album Chart at #4, #4 in France Digital Sales and #1 on the Jazz chart in both countries. Executive produced by legend Quincy Jones, Little Secret combines pop-song structures with sophisticated harmonies, club-ready beats with punchy big-band horns, and earworm hooks with scat singing solos. It's all held together by her powerful delivery, as well as a newfound sass.
Little Secret's first two hit singles "Something New" and "Necessary Evil" has earned her huge acclaim globally including appearances on Dancing with the Stars and CBS' The Talk and tours through Europe, Japan and Canada.