Nicole C. Mullen is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|1992||Nicole C. Mullen||Wish Me Love||Vocals|
|1993||Carman||The Standard||Background Vocals|
|1993||Audio Adrenaline||Don't Censor Me||Vocals|
|1994||David Mullen||David Mullen||Background Vocals|
|1997||Holy Soldier||Encore||Background Vocals|
|1998||Nikki Leonti||Shelter Me||Songwriter|
|1998||Carman||Mission 3:16||Choir Vocals|
|1998||Michael W. Smith||Live the Life||Choir Vocals|
|2000||Danny Gans||Brand New Dream||Duet Vocals|
Aileen Nicole Coleman-Mullen (born January 3, 1964) is an award-winning singer, songwriter, and choreographer. She was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. She recorded her first solo album, Don’t Let Me Go, in 1991 with the independent label Frontline Records.
Mullen continued her singing-songwriting-choreography career in the 1990s, singing backup for Michael W. Smith and the Newsboys, writing for Jaci Velasquez, and working as a dancer/choreographer with Amy Grant. She 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. She was signed to Word Records in 1998 by VP of A&R Brent Bourgeois. Her fourth album, Talk About It, was certified gold for sales in excess of 500,000 copies on April 15, 2008.
Mullen established a mentor group for girls called “The Baby Girls Club”. She and her husband, David Mullen, are youth leaders in their local church, tutor inner-city youth, and participate in Kids Across America summer camp for inner city youth. Mullen is also active with the International Needs Network Ghana, an organization that works to free Trokosi slaves in Ghana.
On November 5, 2011, Nicole was inducted into the Christian Music Hall of Fame.
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