Na’Cole has been dubbed “The Voice” by those in the know and her fans agree. In the ever changing world of music, success comes only when talent and preparation meet at the precise time. Na’Cole has anchored all three elements and will make the most of her time in the spotlight.
Raised in a musical family, she would spend most of her early years singing in various church choirs at Key-Stewart United Methodist Church. As a teen, Na’Cole mastered the art of performing under the direction of her vocal coach Vera Warrick. Warrick would later develop an all-female quartet “Shadz of U”, which featured childhood friends Chandra Boone, Selina Robb, Kimberly Locke and a young Na’Cole. The group went on to becoming local sensations throughout the Nashville area. “Shadz of U” is featured on the single “everyday Angels” from Kimberly Locke’s sophomore album “Based on a True Story”.
Already a favorite of music industry insiders and her vast fan base, the soulful artist has taken painstaking measures to ensure that no listening ear is disappointed. Her journey to the release reads like the intense schedule of an athlete in training. From an incredible body transformation that melted her to nearly half of her size in just over a year to a grueling recording calendar that churned out 43 records in a matter of 23 days, Na’Cole understood just what she signed up for when stepping into the music industry . This artist is ready to put her all in to ensure that her body of work does not go unheard.
From the Music City of Nashville Tennessee to the far corners of the music universe, Na’Cole is here and below there’s the track, Put It On Me and For the Road. Head to the comments section below and let me know what you think about Na’Cole.