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I will continue to do it primo, stop to smell the roses, get inspired, write about it, work incredibly hard, and am excited to see where it takes me. For those who haven’t already been formally introduced, the LA-based singer-songwriter first made a name for herself when she was discovered at a concert by The Game through an impromptu freestyle on stage, which eventually led to a record deal from Nick Cannon (! I kicked it off with my previous post “And Visions of 2011 Danced In His Head”, which talked about my favourite 20 performers (and one compilation album) that made 2011 glitter for me.I won’t go into much depth about those performers again, other than those whose songs are in my Top 10.Vulnerability and storytelling were the driving force behind all of the new music. It’s such a fun and scary time.” Ahead of the EP’s release, Pop Crush is bringing you the first look at Colette Carr’s EP cover art up top, as well as a 30-second snippet of one of the forthcoming tracks from the set, “3%,” which you can hear down below. Former school friend and then assistant of A&R at Island Records, Ben Scarr, introduced Island colleague Louis Bloom to Frankmusik's My Space page, which was getting a significant number of hits at the time.

Describing her new and evolved style as pop with a bit of edge, her fans will love her new single, “Play House”.

I enjoy staying in the moment and taking this journey one step at a time.

I don’t want to look back and realize it all passed me by because I was too fixated on the future.

Did you ever consider entering a music competition to further your chances in this industry?

COLETTE CARR: To be completely honest, I hate the process of auditioning, so I never considered entering any music competitions.