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Birth name  Nicole Morier
Name  Nicole Morier
Also known as  Coco Morier
Role  Singer-songwriter
Instruments  Vocals, guitar
Music group  Electrocute
Years active  2002–present

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Born  January 12, 1982 (age 33) (1982-01-12)
Occupation(s)  Singer-songwriter, producer
Associated acts  Electrocute, coco morier, Charlotte Gainsbourg, INGRID
Albums  Strangers May Kiss, Coco Morier EP
Genres  Pop music, Electropop, Dance-pop
Similar People  Henrik Jonback, Pontus Winnberg, Greg Kurstin, Christian Karlsson, Mr Little Jeans

Nicole "Coco" Morier (lives in Los Angeles, California, United States) is an American singer-songwriter and producer. She began her career in 2002 as one half of the electronic rock duo Electrocute before becoming a songwriter for artists including Britney Spears, Tom Jones, Selena Gomez, Ellie Goulding, Demi Lovato, and Icona Pop. Her best-known compositions include "Heaven on Earth" and "How I Roll", recorded by Britney Spears, the latter of which was named the #1 song of 2011 by Rolling Stone.

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As a songwriter Nicole has collaborated with the world's top-selling songwriters and producers including Max Martin, Ryan Tedder, Stargate, and Bloodshy and Avant.

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She also toured as lead guitarist and backing vocalist with Charlotte Gainsbourg from 2009-2010.

In 2011, she began recording as a solo artist under the moniker Coco Morier. In 2016, V magazine called her "one of pop's best kept secrets" on the release of her debut solo album.

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Biography

Morier was born in San Francisco but moved as a small child to Albuquerque, New Mexico with her parents Shiloh Napier and Johnny Morier. Johnny Morier, was a folk musician and songwriter who'd written a few minor hits for bands in the Sixties, including Spanky and Our Gang's top 10 "Makin' Every Minute Count, The Cowsills' "Yesterday's Girl" and Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs' "Banned in Boston". He had also spent time playing the local folk circuit in Greenwich Village, NYC and had befriended musicians such as Joan Baez and Taj Mahal whom Nicole met as a child. With her father she began singing in churches and local venues and she learned to play an array of instruments.

Nicole first considered pursuing a career as a songwriter for other artists in 2006 when talking with musician, songwriter Greg Kurstin, while working on Electrocute's song Bikini Bottom for the The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (soundtrack) in Los Angeles. Greg had just began writing songs for pop artists and introduced her to his publisher.

Morier soon after signed with music publishers Kobalt. and landed her first cut when "Heaven on Earth", a song she'd co-written with Freescha, was recorded by Britney Spears for her album Blackout.

In 2011, Morier released a self-titled solo EP as "Coco Morier." The 5 song extended play album contains production from Miike Snow members Christian Karlsson and Pontus Winnberg as well as Freescha and Magnus Lidehall.

In 2012, Morier began the artist collective INGRID along with Miike Snow, Peter Bjorn and John, Lykke Li, members of the Teddybears and others.

Nicole collaborated with Nick Ebeling on the Gunwolf Comic Book Soundtrack which was released through her label INGRID in October 2013. She executive produced the album and contributed as writer and producer of 7 of the 16 tracks. The soundtrack was released as a package containing the 1st edition of Gunwolf Comic Book and a limited edition tape cassette and later on picture disc.

In March 2014, Nicole signed to OneRepublic vocalist and songwriter Ryan Tedder's publishing company Patriot Games in a joint deal with Brill Building Songs and Kobalt Music Publishing.

Shoe designer Jerome C. Rousseau as a fan of her music named two shoes from his fall collection of 2015 the "Coco" and the "Morier".

Solo discography

  • 2016: Dreamer LP
  • 1 "No Pressure" 2 "World on Fire" 3 "Dreamer" 4 "Am I Normal" 5 "Touch of Gold (feat. Julian Hamilton)" 6 "No Stranger (To Love)" 7 "Take Me To Detroit" 8 "Walking In Our Sleep" 9 "All Cats Are Gray" 10 "Blood Moon" 11 "Player of Love (feat. The Lady Tigra) 12 "Ambulance (remix Turbotito) 13 "Suis Je Normal"
  • 2012: Strangers May Kiss – EP
  • 1. "Explosions" 2. "Ambulance" 3. "Shameless" 4. "My Satellite" 5. "Hallucination"
  • 2011: Coco Morier – EP
  • 1. "Explosions" 2. "My Satellite" 3. "Ambulance" 4. "Journey to the Center of the World" 5. "Player of Love"

    INGRID discography

  • 2015: INGRID Volym 2
  • "Touch of Gold" (featuring Julian Hamilton) "Je M'éveille" (as Spy Numbers)
  • 2013: Gunwolf: Get Ready to Get Killed (Original Soundtrack)
  • "Sex and Violence" "Monster Therapy" "Glamour Tits" "Synth Pagoda" "I Get What I Want" "Girl Meets Gunwolf" "Panda Women Attack"
  • 2012: INGRID Volym 1
  • "Afterlife"

    Electrocute discography

    Full-length albums and EPs
  • 2003 - Tribute to Your Taste
  • 2005 - Troublesome Bubblegum
  • 2008 - On the Beat
  • 2009 - Double Diamond
  • Singles
  • 2003 - "Sugar Buzz"
  • 2005 - "Shag Ball"
  • 2005 - "Cops Copulating"
  • 2008 - "Bad Legs"
  • 2008 - "On The Beat"
  • 2008 - "Mad Pursuit"
  • Other appearances
  • 2004 - "Bikini Bottom" (on The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie soundtrack)
  • 2008 - "Mad Pursuit" (Junkie XL featuring Electrocute) (on 21 soundtrack)
  • References

    Nicole Morier Wikipedia


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