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Birth nameLillie Arlene Nicole Jade McCloud[1]
Also known asNicole (early recording career)
Nicole McCloud
Nicole J. McCloud
BornDecember 7, 1958 (age 61)[2]
Rochester, New York, U.S.
GenresR&B, soul, house, gospel
Occupation(s)Musician, singer, songwriter
Years active1985–present
LabelsPortrait Records, Epic Records, Sony Music, Spectra Music Group
Associated actsTimmy Thomas, U.S.U.R.A., The Source, E-Smoove, Voices of Freedom

Lillie Arlene Nicole Jade McCloud[1] (born December 7, 1958 in Rochester, New York), commonly known by her former stage name Nicole McCloud, or Nicole J. McCloud is an American dance and R&B singer. She has recorded four studio albums, What About Me (1986), Jam Packed (1988) (aka Rock the House), Love Town (1998), and So What? (2002). Her single 'Don't You Want My Love' became an international hit. Other US singles include 'Runnin' Away' and 'Search'n'. In the late 1990s, she was also part of a house music project Voices of Freedom.

In 2013, she competed in season 3 of the American singing competition The X Factor. She was eliminated in the 5th week, placing 8th overall.

Career[edit]

Solo as Nicole[edit]

McCloud first appeared on the BillboardUS R&B charts as 'Nicole' in 1985 with 'Always and Forever'. Her single 'Don't You Want My Love' in 1986 reached Top 10 in the US Dance charts, in addition to charting in Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Sweden.

Ten of McCloud's singles landed the US Billboard specialized R&B and dance charts. As of 2013, her biggest hit has been the 1994 single 'Runnin’ Away', which peaked at No. 3 on US Dance charts. In 2002 as Nicole J. McCloud, McCloud returned to the Top 10 with 'Search’n', peaking at No. 5 on the US Dance charts. That same year she received a nomination for the International Dance Music Awards, along Craig David and Shakira.

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She has recorded hits with Timmy Thomas, U.S.U.R.A. and The Source and has performed with Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, the group Kool & The Gang, Bruce Springsteen, Mick Jagger, and other artists.

In Voices of Freedom[edit]

In the late 1990s, McCloud joined the American house project Voices of Freedom.[3] The trio also included Angel Williams and Simone Böhlhoff. The trio was featured in a number of recordings, notably in E-Smoove & Ni-Che's 1999 single 'Lift Your Hands Up' that featured the vocals of Voices of Freedom. The recording was made available through Finger Printz label. The trio was also featured in a 2002 recording by DJ Pope titled 'America at War (Freedom)' on the Yellorange label.

Life in Slovakia[edit]

In the mid-2000s, McCloud moved to Košice, a city in Slovakia. Her first Slovakian performance took place at the prestigious Košice International Jazz Festival 2006, where she performed with jazz legend Peter Lipa.

In 2010, McCloud provided the title song for Česko Slovensko má talent, the joint Czech/Slovak version of Got Talent series. It was broadcast on TV JOJ in Slovakia and on TV Prima in the Czech Republic.

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The X Factor[edit]

In 2013, McCloud made a comeback taking part in season 3 of the American singing competition The X Factor identified as Lillie McCloud, her birth name.[4] At the time of applying to The X Factor, she was 54 years old with three children (a son and two daughters) and seven grandchildren.

Her audition was broadcast on September 12, 2013. She received a standing ovation and four 'yes' votes from judges Simon Cowell, Demi Lovato, Paulina Rubio and Kelly Rowland for her rendition of CeCe Winans' 'Alabaster Box'.

She was selected by the judges to progress to the Final 40 and subsequently competed successfully in the Four Chair Challenge, securing her position in the Final 16. As part of the Final Four 'Over 25s', she was mentored by Kelly Rowland. She made it as far as the Top 8 but was eliminated on November 28, 2013.

Her performances on The X Factor were:

Day of broadcastShowThemeSongOriginal artistResult
September 12AuditionFree choice'Alabaster Box'CeCe WinansThrough to Four-Chair challenge
October 2Four-Chair ChallengeSolo performance'A House Is Not a Home'Dionne WarwickAdvanced
October 29Live show 1 (Top 16)Mentor's choice'When a Man Loves a Woman'Percy SledgeSaved by Kelly Rowland
November 6Live show 2 (Top 13)Motown Night'All In Love is Fair'Stevie WonderN/A
November 7Live show 3 (Top 13 Get Another Chance)Free choice'Who Wants To Live Forever'QueenSafe
November 13Live show 4 (Top 12)80's Night'Ain't Nobody'Rufus & Chaka KhanSafe
November 20Live show 5 (Top 10)British InvasionThis Woman's WorkKate BushSafe
November 27Live show 6 (Top 8)Big Band NightSummertimeGeorge GershwinEliminated (8th)

After X Factor[edit]

Red Apples[edit]

In 2014, McCloud signed with the Spectra Music Group and released a single entitled 'What About The Beautiful Children' and later 'The Other Part of Me'. Her upcoming album, 'Red Apples' is to be released on May 27, 2015 under Monarchy Records, a subsidy of Spectra. On the week ending September 13, 2015, Red Apples debuted at #16 on the UK Soul Charts.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

YearAlbum titleCredited as
1986What About Me?
Nicole
1988Jam Packed
1989Rock The House
(US re-release of Jam Packed)
1998Love Town
Nicole McCloud
2002So What?
Nicole J McCloud
2015Red Apples
Lillie Nicole McCloud
2015Number One Contender
(re-release of Love Town, with selections from Red Apples)
Lillie McCloud

Singles[edit]

YearTitleCredited asPeak chart positionsAlbum
US DanceUS R&BBEL
[5]
FRA
[6]
GERITANEDSWESWIUK
1985'Always and Forever'
Nicole
66What About Me?
1986'Don't You Want My Love'10667182098
'New York Eyes' / 'Ordinary Girl'
(Nicole & Timmy Thomas) / Nicole)
3641
'Housecalls'
'What About Me?'52
1988'Jam Packed (At the Wall)'3493Jam Packed /
Rock the House
(US release)
1989'Rock the House'2162
1992'Rock the House'
(with The Source)
63Non-album release
1994'Drive Me Crazy'
(with U.S.U.R.A.)
830
'Runnin' Away'369Love Town
1996'Long Train Runnin' (Without Love)'35
1998'Missing You'
Nicole McCloud
1999'I Ain't Crazy'
2001'One Good Reason'
Nicole J. McCloud
38So What?
2002'Search'n'5
Others
  • 2010: 'Got Talent' - theme for Slovak Česko Slovensko má talent
  • 2014: 'What About the Beautiful Children'
  • 2014: 'The Other Part of Me'

Featured in / Appearances[edit]

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as Nicole
  • 1994: 'I Love Music' / 'Don't You Want My Love' / 'Conga' (O'Jays / Nicole / Miami Sound Machine)
  • 2011: 'Dance' (Guest singer on Takin'Off album Eleven)[7]
as part of Voices of Freedom
  • 1999: 'Lift Your Hands Up' (E-Smoove & Ni-Che featuring Voices Of Freedom)
  • 2002: 'America at War (Freedom)' (DJ Pope featuring Voices of Freedom)

Videography[edit]

  • 2013: 'The X Factor USA' (contestant, finished 8th place)
  • 2014: 'The Good Life' (herself, performer)

References[edit]

  1. ^ abMiami New Times interview with Lillie McCloud
  2. ^Lillie McCloud [@LillieNicoleMc] (7 December 2013). 'Hello Angels its my birthday! I would love for my Angels and friends who cares 2 care 2 do one good thing 4 someone 2day' (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  3. ^Discogs.com Voices of Freedom page
  4. ^Yahoo! Music Blogs: 'X Factor' standout Lillie McCloud addresses backlash, 'Haters'
  5. ^Ultratop.com/nl Nicole McCloud discography (in Belgium Flanders)
  6. ^LesCharts.com Nicole McCloud discography (in France)
  7. ^Takin'Off Bandcamp - Eleven album page - 'Dance'

External links[edit]

  • Lillie McCloud on Facebook
  • Lillie Nicole McCloud on Soulinterviews.com
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