It's been more than three years since Nicole's last studio album TALK ABOUT IT, which included the anthem "Call On Jesus". EVERYDAY PEOPLE picks up right where the previous albums left off, offering a range of worshipful songs from the...
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It's been more than three years since Nicole's last studio album TALK ABOUT IT, which included the anthem "Call On Jesus". EVERYDAY PEOPLE picks up right where the previous albums left off, offering a range of worshipful songs from the danceable "This, This" to Redeemer-like moments on "I Am".
Reoccurring throughout EVERYDAY PEOPLE is the theme of real people - fans who have made an impact on Nicole, friends dealing with abuse, those dealing with the issue of freedom, and how all of these people reconcile with their creator.
Nicole has tapped mainstream producers James "Big Jim" Wright (Mariah Carey, Yolanda Adams) of Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis' Flyte Time Productions, as well as production duo Drew Ramsey and Shannon Sanders (India Arie, Cindy Morgan, FFH) to expand the sonic palette, in addition to husband and long-time producer David Mullen, and Tommy Sims.
1. Everyday People
- 1. Everyday PeopleNicole C Mullen0:59
- 2. I AmNicole C Mullen0:59
- 3. Message For YaNicole C Mullen0:59
- 4. This ThisNicole C Mullen0:59
- 5. Music Of My HeartNicole C Mullen0:59
- 6. Bye Bye BriannaNicole C Mullen0:59
- 7. Dancin In The RainNicole C Mullen0:59
- 8. The OneNicole C Mullen0:59
- 9. Gon Be FreeNicole C Mullen0:59
- 10. Without YouNicole C Mullen0:59
- 11. DeityNicole C Mullen0:59
- 12. It`s About UsNicole C Mullen0:59
- 13. ValorieNicole C Mullen0:59
- 14. Track 14Nicole C Mullen0:59
Nicole Coleman Mullen is an award-winning gospel singer, songwriter, and choreographer. She was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mullen wrote her first song at the age of 12. She recorded her first solo album, Don't Let Me Go, in 1991 with the independent label Frontline Records. Mullen continued her singing-songwriting-choreography career in the 1990s, singing backup for Michael W. Smith and for the Newsboys, writing for Jaci Velasquez, and working as a dancer/choreographer with Amy Grant. She also provides backup vocals in the music video at the end of the VeggieTales program, Larry-Boy and the Fib from Outer Space! and the opening of the VeggieTales program, Larry-Boy and the Rumor Weed. She was signed to Word Records in 1998 by VP of A and R Brent Bourgeois.
Some of her other award winning albums include Everyday People, Sharecropper's Seed, Vol. 1, Following His Hand: A Ten Year Journey, Wish Me Love, Nicole C. Mullen and Talk About It.