In a moment, you’ll regret the last thing you said to your friend, says next big future artist who wants to take her dream to the next level

This week, artist, musician, and actor Nia-Mumford will be inducted into the Next Big Futures Hall of Fame at a special ceremony in New York City.

The show will be held at The Roxy Theatre on September 15, 2018.

The event will feature a live performance by Nia and a special guest, The Weeknd.

The band, who formed in 2016 and have a string of Top Ten singles and albums, are set to release their first album, The Fall, on September 21, 2018, with the track “Halo” featured.

“We are so excited to share our first single ‘Halo’ with you, and we hope you will join us as we take this momentous opportunity to say goodbye to the people we’ve known, and celebrate the people that have shaped our lives,” Nia said in a statement.

“The people we’re sharing this moment with are the ones that have inspired us the most in our career, and have inspired our love for music, as well.

This is an honor that we will take to our hearts and to the heavens, and will leave with a special thank you to the city of New York.”

Nia, who is a New York native and graduated from the prestigious New York High School of Music, told The Hollywood Reporter that her journey from being just a girl on the street to a member of one of the biggest pop acts of the last decade has been a unique one.

“It has been an amazing journey,” she said.

“I’ve had a lot of people tell me that they’ve never met a girl like me who’s so talented.

I’ve had to learn how to deal with rejection, I’ve learned how to be humble, I have learned how not to judge myself, and how to treat others with kindness.

I’m so grateful to have been able to do this.”

“The whole experience of being a member, working with them, meeting all these incredible people and being able to share with them the things I’ve always wanted to say, and what I really want to be able to say with the music,” she continued.

“To have that opportunity to share the experiences of my career with the world, and for them to have that experience of a lifetime is incredible.

It’s really cool.”

Next Big future artists Nia Mumsaid and The Weekmens are set for a special performance at The Rockstar Live Event on September 16, 2018 in New Orleans.

The evening will feature performances by The Weekends, The Flaming Lips, and the Roots, and there will be plenty of fun to be had as well, including an encore by the band’s legendary keyboard player, John Feldmann.

Nia will perform at the Rockstar event on September 17, 2018 at the Orleans Theatre.

Next Big world Nia has a special connection to the New Orleans community, as she is the daughter of a musician and a former police officer.

Niams father, Steve Mumsied, was the first person ever arrested in Louisiana for the alleged murder of a woman.

He was convicted and sentenced to 30 years to life in prison.

He died in prison in 2006, at the age of 89.

“My dad taught me how to do everything, and I always told him, you have to work hard, you can’t be a star if you’re just trying to get ahead,” Niam told The Associated Press in 2015.

“That’s how I got my start, because I worked hard.

I never gave up, and now I’m trying to do the same for people.

It gives me so much joy to be here, and to see all the amazing things that people are doing and what they are doing to inspire and motivate young people and make them feel that they can be anything they want to do.

I just hope that they see me as their inspiration.”

Niam was born in the city in 1984.

She is currently in Los Angeles and currently living in New Jersey.

Next big future artists to appear on the RockStar Live Event show The Weekdays, The Roots, The Hot Chip, and The Flamed Lips will also perform.