Through a Woman's Eyes
It was 1992 and a white light illuminated a sultry young singer on a black-shrouded stage. Asked to perform the famous song, 'Summertime', Chelsea Nichole engulfed the crowd and in that instant found her element. She knew that moment that she would sing professionally. Soon after, in early 1993, she was cast as the lead vocalist of the R& B singing group, LaTre. Though signed to an independent record label the group split up in 1994 as the girls sought to fulfill their separate dreams of solo-stardom. Chelsea continued to sing and write through the following year. In 1995 Chelsea was introduced to the famous jazz artist/producer Jeff Lorber who invited her to debut on his 1998 album 'Midnight'. Her two contributions included 'I Ain't Thinkin' About You' and 'Never'. This proved to be an amazing opportunity and relationship in which Chelsea and Jeff Lorber continued to collaborate as a writing team. In addition, Chelsea Nichole has and continues to collaborate with many well-known producers including Randy Jackson, Guy Roche and Wah WahWatson. Some of her credits include writing for Hanna Barbara's Flinstones CD (1994) and artists such as Jeff Lorber, Tabiha Faire, Martine Mai, Wah Wah Watson, Andre Delano, Chris Camozzi, Dave Koz, Victor Fields, and gospel artists Kenny Smith. Her collaboration and vocal performance is the song 'If I didn't have love' written with Dave Koz and Jeff Lorber was featured on the album 'Slow Burn' - by artist Chris Camozzi which released on April 24, 2001 under the Samson Records umbrella. Her most recent writing accomplishments are the songs, 'Thinking of You' and 'Vibe' which appeared on the 2007 release of Victor Fields newest project entitled, 'Thinking of You'. Currently, Chelsea appears on the 2008 release of Andre Delano's newest album entitled, 'My So Fine' and the newest release from Jeff Lorber entitled, 'Heard That'. This year Chelsea will complete her debut project entitled, 'Through a Woman's Eyes'. She is currently performing locally in Los Angeles and New York and her debut album entitled, 'Through a Woman's Eyes' is available March 2009.