The Ambridge native is growing his fan base by the minute and his hard work is starting to show through the support of his followers.
"I'm exploring opportunities I've never had before in my life and it's been a blessing," Nova, an Ambridge graduate, said about his experiences.
When it comes to his work, Nova said throughout the years, he has worked very hard on this music.
"Marketing, promoting, creating......I've worked very hard to commit to building tremendous music and I was able to do a decent job by my standards."
His big sister, Felicia Mycyk, helped put music shows together to get her brother's name out in the Pittsburgh area and he gives a lot of credit to her for believing in him.
"I love my sister. Would I be in Atlanta, Georgia if it weren't for Felicia," he said. "Well, it's because of (her) shows that I left for Atlanta and kept going."
But Mycyk, co-founder of Ambridge Connection, said her brother, the youngest of four, has always had that creative gene and drive in him since he was born.
"My goal was just to believe in him and to share the unbelievable talent that he possesses," she said.
Nova is releasing his new album "tribeFOREVER" on June 11 and has been invited to tour with Universal Recording Artists RDGLDGRN this summer.
Follow Nova's journey on Twitter @iamnovatribe and visit his official website at tribeforever.com