Nicole Renée, also sometimes known as Nicole Renée Harris, is an American singer, songwriter, record producer and former Teen Summit host, who is currently signed to Melodious Fool Records. Her latest single release is "You Don't Have To Buy Me Anything". Previous releases included a self-titled album on Atlantic Records in 1998. She was signed by Craig Kallman and Ahmet Ertegun. Prior to recording it, Renee wrote more than 200 songs. Renée was trained by Gail Thomas who attended the Juilliard School. She is trained in classical music. Renée has also contributed her songwriting talents to the works of other artists. Her contributions include penning the song "All Night All Day" by Chantay Savage, "Medicine" by Elusion, "I Thought I Told You" by Anastacia, "Let Me Know" by Keystone and "Criminal" by Tyrese. She has also written for Deborah Cox, "Things Just Ain't The Same", plus Forte, 702, Coco Lee, and Planet Soul.
About Nicole Renée
R&B singer and songwriter who is known for having hosted the BET show Teen Summit. On September 15, 1998, she released her eponymous album. It has been her only release to date.
Nicole Renée Before Fame
Prior to her recording of her first and only album, she had written over 200 songs. She graduated from the Juilliard School with a degree in classical and opera music.
Achievement of Nicole Renée
Her lead single from her eponymous album, "Strawberry," peaked at #41 on the Billboard 100 chart in the US. She co-wrote the song alongside John Blake, Jr.
Nicole Renée Family Life
She was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and subsequently raised in Middletown.
Associations of Nicole Renée
She and Gabrielle Dennis are both known for having hosted the show Teen Summit on BET.
Information related to Nicole Renée
- Songwriters from Pennsylvania
- American rhythm and blues singer-songwriters
- Musicians from Philadelphia