Nacole Rice

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Nacole Rice
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Nacole Rice in 2012
Background information
Birth name Nneka Renacole Rice
Also known as Nacole Rice
Born (1977-01-27) January 27, 1977 (age 39)
Gallatin, Tennessee, United States
Genres R&B, soul, Hip Hop, Soul
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2011–present
Associated acts Lil Flip, Sammie, Glory, Donnie Klang, Cassidy, Kimberly Locke

Nneka Renacole Rice (born January 27, 1977) known professionally as Nacole Rice is an American R&B/Soul singer.

Early life[edit]

Nneka Renacole Rice was born on January 27, 1977 in Gallatin, Tennessee. Raised in a musical family, she would spend most of her early years singing in various church choirs at Key-Stewart United Methodist Church. As a teen, Nacole mastered the art of performing under the direction of her vocal coach Vera Warrick. Warrick would later develop an all-female quartet Shadz of U, which featured childhood friends Chandra Boone, Selina Robb, Kimberly Locke and a young Nacole. The group went on to becoming local sensations throughout the Nashville area. Shadz of U is featured on Kimberly Locke’s “Everyday Angels” off her sophomore album “Based on a True Story” in 2007.

“First Impression” [Mix Tape] & “Her Story” [Debut Album][edit]

On April 10, 2012, Nacole Rice released her first introduction track “For the Road” off her upcoming debut album “Her Story”, which was scheduled for a Late 2013 release but was never released due to conflicts with the label.


  • First Impression (2013)
  • For The Road (produced by JRed) (2012)