by Thomas Bedward June 20, 2021
Originally from Venice, California, singer-songwriter Nicollette Sullivan has been dazzling audiences with her spellbinding talent and grace for the past few years, showcasing a stunning musical talent and unique perspective that has been artfully shaped by the like of Billie Holiday, Etta James, Ella Fitzgerald, and Nina Simone. A gorgeous performer, Nicollette’s captivating sound revels in a deft fusion of jazz, RnB, blues, and modern pop, ensuring she shines as one of modern music’s most powerful new talents.
In her debut album, the classically titled ‘Nicollette’, Nicollette brilliantly showcases her style, sophistication, and ensnaring vocals, creating a delicate wave of effect sonic sounds and timeless glamour. Sultry, seductive, and utterly timeless, the new album creates a distinct impression, one the grows ever more intoxicating throughout the eleven-track run.
Armed with stunning ethereal vocals, a flawless, emotive sound, and plenty of subtle, seductive moments, Nicollette creates a whirlwind of glamourous highlights, including early hits like ‘Gypsy Heaven’, ‘Strychnine’, and ‘Dreaming Time’, and her own special version of the Eurythmics classic, ‘Sweet Dreams’. With each song offering a different musical experience, there is so much to enjoy in Nicollette’s debut album, and while there is a free, often eclectic energy throughout, her artistry and soul ensure that it hits as one perfect and progressive piece.
Available now on all major platforms, ‘Nicollette’ is a golden listening experience filled with seductive lyrics, stunning vocals and shining, nuanced moments, ensuring that it perfectly represents who she is as a person and a musician.
A brilliant debut record from a beautiful, new artist, Nicollette has woven magic into every moment and made an absolutely sensational album. An undeniable triumph, and the start of what will be a massive career in music, ‘Nicollette’ is the future of mainstream pop.
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