Colette Carr

Colette Carr

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Background information
Birth name Colette Mary Carr
Born (1991-01-06) January 6, 1991 (age 27)
Los Angeles, California, United States
Origin Los Angeles, CA, United States
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, rapper, artist, painter
Instruments Vocals, rap, guitar, piano
Years active 2008–present
Labels Cherrytree, Interscope, Ncredible, Kawaii Nation
Associated acts Far East Movement, Frankmusik, Adammo, Natalia Kills, Porcelain Black, E-40, Kev Nish

Colette Carr (born January 6, 1991), is an American musician based in Los Angeles, California. Carr’s debut album, Skitszo, a collection of previously released digital EPs, was released on July 9, 2013.[1]Never Gonna Happen“, the fifth single from the album, was released May 5, 2013 and reached the number eleven spot on Billboards Dance-Club Chart. Her musical style has been compared to Dev and Little Boots.

Early life[edit]

Carr grew up in Malibu, California. She has one older sister named Nicole.

Carr was a competitive tennis player, until an injury involving her back led her to be unable to play anymore.[2] “I was either going to become paralyzed and continue playing or stop and find a new destination for myself,” says Carr. Music was also a passion for Carr, “I was obsessed with music growing up. I had my walkman on 24/7. I would write lyrics and song titles all over my walls in sharpie. I was extremely consumed,” said Carr.


2009–10: Career beginnings and Sex Sells Stay Tooned[edit]

Discovered at a Game concert, Carr volunteered to go on stage when host comedian Story Moyd, asked the audience if anyone could freestyle. The audience reacted positively to Carr, screaming “Go white girl”. Carr gained the attention of the audience, and various producers, including The Cataracs, who produced various songs for her. Carr released her debut single, “Back It Up” in 2009,[3] which quickly became a viral success. The music video, directed by Richie Mac, received more than 465,000 views on MTV Music networks MTVU channel, charting top 10 video of the week.[4] When Carr’s self-produced video, “Back It Up]]”, went to #1 at MTVU, it attracted the attention of Nick Cannon, who helped Colette release her debut mix tape, “Sex Sells Stay Tooned”” through his NCredible Entertainment label.[5]

In 2010, Carr released promotional single “Bitch Like Me”,[6] accompanied with video directed by Jonathan Singer-Vine, and her first mix-tape “Sex Sells Stay Tooned”, with over 100,000 downloads in its first few months.[7]

2011–2014: Skitszo[edit]

Interscope boss Jimmy Iovine signed Colette and sent her to the recording studio for her debut album,Skitszo, which produced the Billboard Dance hit, “Never Gonna Happen” and the Billboard Uncharted topper, “(We Do It) Primo“, working with producers such as RedOne (Lady Gaga).[8] The lead single, “(We Do It) Primo“, was released on May 11, 2011. It reached the number-one spot on Billboards Uncharted chart for artists whose music is primarily distributed online.[9] Carr was included on the CherryTree Pop Alternative Tour along with LMFAO, Far East Movement, Frankmusik, and Natalia Kills.

Carr released four digital EPs, “Skitszo” parts 1-4, which consisted of songs from her debut album that had been split into four. Carr’s debut album “Skitszo Collection” was released as a whole on July 9, 2013 through Interscope, which included parts 1-4 and four additional songs. “Never Gonna Happen” was the album’s fifth single, released on March 5, and a remix by Dave Aude appeared on Billboards Hot Dance Club Songs chart at #11.

Colette then released “HAM” featuring Ben J from Hip Hip duo New Boyz, co-written by Nate Walka and Jon Redwine, and produced by Marley Waters.[10] Carr released and premiered the music video for “HAM” on popular American radio personality, television host, and producer Ryan Seacrest‘s site on September 13, 2013.[11] Carr toured along with Huey Mack and Mayo on the “Pretending Perfection” tour and then toured for the “On The Rise” tour, along with Jake Miller, Becky G, T. Mills, and Mike Stud.

2015-present: Believe in Us[edit]

In January 2015, Carr announced that she was working on her second studio album Believe in Us, due to be released in late 2017. The majority of the album has been written and produced with Carr’s frequent collaborator Frankmusik. Like her previous album, Believe in Us will be split into EPs with the full album being released as a whole later.

The first EP of “Believe in Us”, Static.Start., was released on June 23, 2015 on Kawaii Nation. The EP includes Carr’s lead single from her album, “Static”.[12]

A second single from the album, named “Play House” was released on January 22, 2016 with the music video released on February 3, 2016.

A third long-awaited single from the album, named “Believe In Us” was released on October 27, 2017

Colette Carr discography

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Colette Carr discography
Studio albums 2
Music videos 19
EPs 5
Singles 10
As featured artist 4
Mixtapes 1

Colette Carr is an American singer, rapper and songwriter. Her discography consists of two studio albums, five extended plays, one mixtape and nine singles as a solo artist, as well as four singles as a featured artist. A music video for her song was released in 2009 called “Back It Up“, which became a viral hit and was placed at number one on the MTV Music Chart.

Carr’s debut album, Skitszo, was released July 9, 2013. “(We Do It) Primo“, the lead single from Skitszo was released May 11, 2011. The fifth single from the album, “Never Gonna Happen” charted in Billboards US Dance/Club songs at number eleven.


Studio Albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions
US US Dance
Believe in Us To be released

Extended Plays[edit]

List of EPs, with selected details
Title Album details
Skitszo (Part 1)
Skitszo (Part 2)
Skitszo (Part 3)
Skitszo (Part 4)
Static. Start.
  • Released: June 23, 2015
  • Format: Digital download
  • Label: Kawaii Nation


Title Details
Sex Sells Stay Tooned


As main artist[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US US Dance
(We Do It) Primo 2011 Skitszo
“Sex” (featuring New Boyz) N/A
“Like I Got a Gun” 2012 Skitszo
“Why Are You Leaving?” (featuring Kev Nish) 2013
Never Gonna Happen 11
“HAM” (featuring Ben J) N/A
“Static” 2015 Believe in Us
Play House 2016
“Believe In Us” 2017
“—” denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

As featured artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US Dance
“No I.D.” (Frankmusik featuring Colette Carr) 2011 Do it in the AM
“Pick Your Boogie (The Lady Tigra featuring Colette Carr) 2012 SPORK!
Christmas Wrapping” (Lovestarrs featuring Colette Carr) TBA
“Age Is Just A Number (C4 featuring Colette Carr) 2014 TBA

Guest Appearances[edit]

Title Year Artist Album
“Imma Star” 2009 School Gyrls Jeremih
“Take U Home” 2010 Stereos Non-album song
“Go Ape” 2010 Far East Movement Free Wired
“Caminando (Canciones del Ayer)” 2012 Ádammo Tiempos Violentos
“Feel The Music” 2014 Nick Cannon White People Party Music
“Tri Coastal” 2017 Ben Davis No Apologies

Music videos[edit]

Song Main artist Year Notes Album
“Back It Up” Colette Carr 2009 Main Artist Sex Sells Stay Tooned
“Club Love” The Cataracs 2009 Cameo Gordo Taqueria
“Bitch Like Me” Colette Carr 2010 Main Artist Sex Sells Stay Tooned
Like a G6 Far East Movement 2010 Cameo Free Wired
“Cali, Cali, Cali” Alyssa Bernal 2010 Cameo
“Something Like A Party” School Gyrls 2010 Cameo School Gyrls
Party Rock Anthem LMFAO 2011 Cameo Sorry for Party Rocking
“(We Do It) Primo” Colette Carr 2011 Main Artist Skitszo
“Do It in the AM” Frankmusik 2011 Cameo Do It in the AM
“No I.D.” Frankmusik 2011 Featured Artist Do It in the AM
“Pretty Girl Shake It” The Rangers 2011 Featured Artist Jerkin’ Is Habit VOL.2
“Like I Got a Gun” Colette Carr 2012 Main Artist Skitszo
“Dance” Rye Rye 2012 Cameo Go! Pop! Bang!
Turn Up the Love Far East Movement 2012 Cameo Dirty Bass
“F16” Colette Carr 2012 Main Artist Skitszo
“Why Are You Leaving?” Colette Carr 2013 Main Artist Skitszo
“(B)A$$” Colette Carr 2013 Main Artist
“Never Gonna Happen” Colette Carr 2013 Main Artist Skitszo
“HAM” Colette Carr 2013 Main Artist
“Christmas Wrapping” The Good Natured 2013 Featured Artist TBA
“Play House” Colette Carr 2016 Main Artist Believe in Us
Actress (4 credits)
 2013 Why Are You Leaving (Video short)
 2012 F16 (Video short)
 2010 Love, Kills xx (TV Series)

Episode #1.10 (2010)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (2 credits)
 2013 Instacurity (TV Series)

Instacurity PSA (2013) … Herself
 2010 Colette Carr: Life in the Day (TV Series)

Chapter Seven (2010) … Herself
Chapter Five (2010) … Herself
Chapter Three (2010) … Herself
Chapter Six (2010) … Herself
Chapter Four (2010) … Herself

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