Jo Rivera as N.I.C.K. b raps about Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry in emotional “Teen Father”

Teen Mom Jo Rivera as NICK b

Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry’s baby-daddy Jonathan “Jo” Rivera is still working hard at pursuing his dream of breaking into the rap game. His first official music video “Unthinkable Remix” got good reviews from our discerning TM fans and kid’s been busy laying down tracks and moving it forward.

Here’s a clip of Jo, stage name N.I.C.K. b in an interview in which he drops the most interesting information so far about his rap career. He reveals what N.I.C.K. b is an acronym for! Heads up on some adult language…

That’s right Jo Rivera is officially a nerd in a cool kid’s body. He talks about how his brother was his main influence and that he thinks he brings an old school flow with modern topics to his style. He tells the interviewer that he loves the ladies and that he’s done a couple of songs that really appeal to the female population. He also addressed his haters who tweet him out for trying to be gangsta. Joe laughed it off saying, “Come on man it’s 2011 I’m just trying to be myself.”

He’s got a site up via which you can check out here.

Here’s a track that N.I.C.K. b has dropped that will relate to his Teen Mom fame. It’s called “Teen Father” and it directly deals with his failed relationship with Kailyn. Another adult language warning…

Here are some of the lyrical highlights from the track:

Entering the life of a teen father
He’s bothered
In baby-momma drama he’s caught up
But maybe God
Is just bringing karma

But here’s the test now
She never around and neither am I
And every time we speak
It seeming she cry

Can’t believe you brought
Another man in your life
Who will keep me alive
I was close to you
No substitute
Thought love was nonnegotiable

Am I supposed to believe that
The feedback
When we agreed back
That when Isaac was born
We would weather the storm
Not let our family be torn apart
Till you threw a dart
Straight through my heart

I haven’t been the biggest supporter of Jo as a dad, but I’ve got to give him props on that song. It flows, the sound is tight and the lyrics are coming from a very real place. What do you think of “Teen Father?”

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