Colette Carr

Rapper

Colette Carr was born in Los Angeles, California, United States on January 6th, 1991 and is the Rapper. At the age of 33, Colette Carr biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

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Date of Birth
January 6, 1991
Nationality
United States
Place of Birth
Los Angeles, California, United States
Age
33 years old
Zodiac Sign
Capricorn
Networth
$2 Million
Profession
Painter, Rapper, Singer, Singer-songwriter
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Colette Carr Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

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Slim
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Colette Carr Life

Colette Mary Carr (born January 6, 1991), is an American musician based in Los Angeles, California.

Carr's debut album, Skitszo, a collection of previously released digital EPs, was released on July 9, 2013.

"Never Gonna Happen", the fifth single from the album, was released May 5, 2013 and reached the number eleven spot on Billboard's Dance-Club Chart.

Her musical style has been compared to Dev and Little Boots.

Early life

Carr grew up in Malibu, California. She has one older sister named Nicole. Carr played competitive tennis, training for the Olympics, but the activity reduced the cartilage in her spine, and she was told by a doctor never to play again. She listened to hip hop music in her teens. She learned to rap freestyle, participating in battle raps at parties.

Personal life

Carr is an oil painter who combines abstract atmosphere with recognizable figures. She has often painted herself with makeup before a concert.

Carr announced on September 2, 2018, via Instagram that she was engaged.

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Colette Carr Career

Career

Carr was volunteered to appear on stage when host Story Moyd asked the audience if anyone could freestyle. The audience responded positively to Carr's words by yelling "Go white girl." Carr attracted the attention of the audience and several developers, including the Cataracs, who produced several songs for her. In 2009, Carr's debut single, "Back It Up," became a viral hit, prompting her to become a internet sensation. On MTV Music channels' MTVU channel, Richie Mac's music video attracted more than 45,000 viewers, ranking the top ten videos of the week. "Back It Up," Carr's self-produced video, debuted at No. 1. It attracted the attention of Nick Cannon, who helped Colette produce her debut mix tape, "Sex Sells Stay Tooned" through his NCREDIBLE Entertainment company, which was released on MTVU on May 1.

Carr's first mix-tape "Stitch Like Me" debuted in 2010, accompanied by Jonathan Singer-Vine's video direction, and her first mix-tape "Sex Sells Stay Tooned" saw over 100,000 downloads in its first few months.

Jimmy Iovine, Interscope's chief, signed Colette and brought her to the recording studio for her debut album, "Never Gonna Happen" and the Billboard Uncharted Primo, as well as other artists such as RedOne (Lady Gaga). On May 11, 2011, the lead single, "We Do It" Primo," was announced. It debuted on Billboard's Uncharted chart for artists whose music is mainly distributed online. Carr was included on the CherryTree Pop Alternative Tour alongside LMFAO, Far East Movement, Frankmusik, and Natalia Kills.

Carr's fourth digital EP, "Skitszo" parts 1–4, consisted of songs from her debut album that had been divided into four parts. Carr's debut album "Skitszo Collection" was released as a whole on July 9, 2013 with parts 1–4 and four additional songs. "Never Gonna Happen" was the album's fifth single, and Dave Aude's remix debuted on Billboard's Hot Dance Club Songs chart at No. 1. 11.

"HAM" was released by Colette after being co-written by Nate Walka and Jon Redwine and produced by Marley Waters, starring Ben J from Hip Hip Hop duo New Boyz. On September 13, 2013, Carr filmed and premiered "HAM" on popular American radio host, television presenter, and producer Ryan Seacrest's website, RyanSeacrest.com. Carr went on the "Pretending Perfection" tour with Huey Mack and Mayo, before boarding for the "On the Rise" tour, alongside Jake Miller, Becky G. Mills, and Mike Stud.

Carr revealed in January 2015 that she was working on her second studio album Believe in Us, which was set to be released in late 2017. Frankmusik, Carr's regular collaborator, wrote and produced the majority of the album. Believe in Us will be split into EPs like her previous albums, with the complete album set to be out as a whole later today.

On June 23, 2015, Static.Start's first EP, "Believe in Us," was released. Carr's lead single from her album, "Static," appears on the EP.

On January 22, 2016, the album's second single, "Play House," was released. The music video was released on February 3, 2016.

"Believe in Us," the album's third long-awaited single, was released on October 27, 2017. With no new details about the album being launched by 2020, the album will have been shelved by 2020.

Carr formed Tiki Lau in 2019, co-founder Carr and her fiancé, DJ, and producer Naka. On December 12, 2020, they unveiled a single titled "Mike Tyson" that ranked third on Billboard's "Top Triller U.S." Mike Tyson, an American boxer who was named after, used the song as his walkout theme for his comeback bout against Roy Jones Jr.

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