Thursday, July 26, 2012

'GLAMsoul’ singer Miranda Nicole talks new music

Posted By on Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 3:34 PM


Although Atlanta’s contemporary soul music scene — populated by artists like India.Arie, Anthony David, Algebra, Khari Cabral Simmons, and dozens more — has been chugging along for almost two decades now, it’s showing no signs of slowing down; brand-new musicians, singers, and songwriters seem to pop up and hit local stages on a regular basis.

One fresh face who’s been making noise in the scene recently is vocalist Miranda Nicole. Originally hailing from Englewood, Calif., Nicole bubbled to the surface in a big way more than a year ago when the video for her house-infused track “Kissing You” was released.

Since then, she’s been performing her self-described style of “GLAMsoul” at spots across the city/nation and working on new music — some which (a collection of remixes for “Kissing You”) was released just this week on And, according to Nicole, a full-length album (featuring production by Ian Friday, the ATL’s own Salah Ananse, and more) is in the works.

“I am working on a full album. As an artist, you always think you have more songs for your album than you actually do. But realistically, I think that I’m about halfway there,” she said. “I’m hoping that by the beginning of next year, I’ll be able to have an album out.

“I’ve been listening to this music now for a long time,” she continued, “and when you do that you’re just ready to share it, you want people to hear it, you want people to know you’re working on it and not just making singles. I want people to get the total GLAMsoul experience.”

Before her album drops, however, Nicole is shooting to have a teaser — with four or so tunes — available on Labor Day weekend, just in time for Atlanta’s annual House in the Park celebration.

“It’ll be something to get [listeners’] ears ready for what’s to come ... ”

For more on Miranda Nicole, visit

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