Hip Hop Veteran Dr. Emcee N.I.C.E. Earns Honorary Doctorate at Star-Studded Morehouse Ceremony

In a significant event at Morehouse College’s Martin Luther King Chapel, Dr. Emcee N.I.C.E. was awarded his second Honorary Doctorate in Humanitarianism by the Global International Alliance. The ceremony featured prominent figures such as Dr. Jekalyn Carr, Majesty Dr. King Yahweh, Mayor Dr. Cashenna A. Cross, Dr. Levar Kemp, and Wild ‘N Out’s Pretty Vee.

This honor highlights Dr. N.I.C.E.’s dedication to global humanitarian efforts, marking a milestone in his career. Known for his contributions to music and social advocacy, he continues to be a powerful voice for positive change.

“Receiving this Honorary Doctorate is deeply meaningful, representing three decades of relentless effort,” said Dr. Emcee N.I.C.E. “It reinforces my belief in the transformative power of music and education.”

Professionally known as Dr. Aulsondro “Novelist” Hamilton and widely recognized as Emcee N.I.C.E., he has been a key figure in Christian Hip Hop and Gospel music for thirty years. His career includes over 20 chart-topping hits, a Stellar Award, and widespread acclaim. His projects include “Da Jammies,” an animated series on Netflix, and his past role as Vice Chancellor at a private university in Compton.

Dr. Hamilton also holds a Ph.D. in Music Business & Entrepreneurship from Harvest Christian University. He is a published author and inventor with a deep commitment to educational advocacy. His accolades include the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award and induction into the Gospel Hip Hop/Christian Hip Hop Hall of Fame. He’s currently nominated for Rap/Hip Hop Song of the Year at the Stellar Awards for his single “Amen Right There” featuring Everett Drake and Canton Jones.

Beyond music, Dr. Hamilton is deeply invested in community and educational initiatives, earning praise and recognition from various public officials. His efforts have garnered resolutions from Mayors Eric Adams of New York and Emma Sharif of Compton, California.

“Music and education have the power to transform lives,” Dr. Emcee N.I.C.E. emphasized. “This Honorary Doctorate is a testament to the collective impact we can have on our communities.”

For updates on Dr. Emcee N.I.C.E., follow him on social media @emceenicela or visit emceenice.com.


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