Nicole C. Mullen Bio, Age, Nationality, Education, Career, Net Worth

Nicole C Mullen Biography

Nicole C. Mullen (Aileen Nicole Coleman) an African-American singer, songwriter, and choreographer. She won multiple awards is the only African-American artist to win the Dove Award for Song of the Year and Songwriter of the Year. To add on that, she mentors a group of girls called “The Baby Girls Club” where she mentors the youth through art.

Nicole C Mullen Age

Nicole was born in the year 1967, she has not shared her exact age with the public.

Nicole C Mullen Career

Nicole began her music career when she joined a vocal group called Living Praise. In 1991 she recorded her first solo album “Don’t Let Me Go” Under the name Nicole, with the independent label Frontline Records and produced by Tim Miner.

In the 1990s she was a backup singer for Michael W. Smith and the Newsboys, writing for Jaci Velasquez, working as a dancer and choreographer with Amy Grant. Nicole also provided backup vocals for the music video at the end of the VeggieTales program, Larry-Boy and the Fib from Outer Space! and the opening of the VeggieTales presentation, Larry-Boy, and the Rumor Weed. In 1998 she was signed to Word Records by VP of A&R Brent Bourgeois. She then released her fourth album called “Talk About It”.

Nicole C Mullen Filmography | TV Shows

Gaither Gospel Hour
Classic Gospel
Billy Graham Crusade
Soul Train
The Parkers
Lift Every Voice

Nicole C Mullen Discography | Songs

  • Don’t Let Me Go
  • Wish Me Love
  • Nicole C. Mullen
  • Talk About It
  • Christmas in Black & White
  • Everyday People
  • Sharecropper’s Seed, Vol. 1
  • A Dream to Believe In, Vol. 2
  • Captivated
  • Crown Him: Hymns Old & New
  • Like Never Before

Nicole C Mullen Awards

  • Song of the Year (1998)- “On My Knees” (co-writer)
  • Song of the Year (1998)- “Redeemer” (songwriter)
  • Songwriter of the Year (2001)- “Redeemer”
  • Pop/Contemporary Record of the Year (2001)-“Redeemer”
  • Female Vocalist of the Year (2002)- “Call on Jesus”
  • Short Form Music Video of the Year (2002)- “Call on Jesus”
  • Female Vocalist of the Year (2005)- Everyday People
  • Urban Album of the Year (2005)- Everyday People

Grammy Awards Nominations

  • Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album of the Year (2002)- Talk About It
  • Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album of the Year (2005)- Everyday People
  • Nicole C Mullen Net Worth
  • Nicole’s net worth is estimated to be around 100,000 to 1 million dollars as of 2019. She makes her wealth through her professional career.

Nicole C Mullen Family

Mullen was born to Aileen Nicole Coleman in Cincinnati, Ohio and raised also in the same area. Her parents were attended their local church and grandparents on both sides of her family were Pentecostal preachers, so Nicole and her sister would sing for the Lord often.

She began singing at the age of 2 and gave her heart to Jesus when she was 8 years old and was writing songs by the time she was 12 years. Nicole knew she wanted to be a singer by the time she was in junior high school. Her guidance counselor warned her that singing would not make her rich but she insisted that she wanted to be a singer.

Nicole C. Mullen Education

Nicole enrolled at Christ for the Nations Institute in Dallas.

Nicole C Mullen Husband

Mullen has been married twice, her first marriage was abusive. She got married in 1993 to David Mullen who was a singer, songwriter, and music producer, who had been a youth leader alongside her. The duo divorced in 2014.

She is in a relationship with minister and singer Donnie McClurkin. They confirmed they were exploring marriage in response to an impromptu announcement by Matt Crouch on TBN’s “Praise the Lord” that they were getting married.

Nicole C Mullen Children

With David Mullen, she has three children, one daughter and two sons, one of whom was adopted.

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