Nikola Rachelle

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Nikola Bedingfield
Birth name Nikola Rachelle Bedingfield
Also known as The Golden Phoenix, Nikola Rachelle
Born (1986-11-08) 8 November 1986 (age 28)
London, England
Origin London, England, UK
Genres Soul, alternative, indie pop, pop
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2002-present
Labels Indie
Associated acts Natasha Bedingfield, Daniel Bedingfield

Nikola Rachelle (born Nikola Rachelle Bedingfield in London, England[1] on 8 November 1986),[2] also known as The Golden Phoenix,[3] is a British singer. She is the sister of Daniel Bedingfield and Natasha Bedingfield.[4] Bedingfield has created music for commercials[5] and television shows, such as General Hospital and Tough Love. She was previously in the Christian rock band The DNA Algorithm with both of them. Bedingfield has worked with a large range of writers including Eve Nelson, Niq Gross and Peter Kvint.[6] In August 2006, she announced her debut release, an EP available exclusively on iTunes from 30 October 2006, called Don't Talk About This Love, which included the eponymous track.[7] The title track was later covered by Cheryl Cole for her debut solo album 3 Words. Bedingfield co-wrote 'Limbo' which was included on JoJo's album Jumping Trains.



  • 'Unleashed' (TBA)


Recorded Songs[edit]

  • 'Battleships'[8]
  • 'Breath'
  • 'Blue Soles (Lock Me Away)'
  • 'The Coca-Cola Song' (a.k.a. 'Follow the Bubble')[9]
  • 'Don't Talk About This Love'[10]
  • 'Forest Fire'[11]
  • 'The Great Divorce'
  • 'Hero's and Fools'[12]
  • 'Hey Hey Hey'
  • 'Horizon'
  • 'How Now Brown Cow'[6]
  • 'In Your Arms'
  • 'Lighthouse'
  • 'Lost Love'
  • 'Madly and Randomly'
  • 'The Man from Venezuela'
  • 'Nobody Got a Boy Like Mine'
  • 'Scarlet Envy' (a.k.a. The Son of a Bitch You Are)
  • 'Sirens'[13]
  • 'Stay With Me' (a.k.a. My Love)
  • 'Sticks and Stones' (a.k.a. Freedom From You)
  • 'Strings of Gold'[14]
  • 'Sudden Silence'
  • 'Sweet Karma'
  • 'Turn Me On, Turn Me Up'
  • 'Walking Through Walls'
  • 'Watchyou Want'
  • 'Your Eyes'[15]

Other Songs[edit]

Songwriting Credits[edit]


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