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At an age where most girls are just starting to figure out what they want to do, she had already been on stage at New York's Carnegie Hall with her school's advanced chorus and she knew that singing was her path.She accepted a scholarship from Belmont University to study in their commercial music program.
She had no peace about it and three weeks before she was supposed to be in Nashville, she turned the scholarship down. Her parents kept telling her what God was also putting in her heart - that she had to do something with it instead of challenging God with thoughts llike "OK, God, do something. Now do it."The young singer started calling churches in her area, booking herself and building up a local following.“I’d gotten lots of letters telling me, ‘I’m struggling, I’m being bullied, I don’t feel like I fit in,’” says the newest pop singer/songwriter signed to Capitol Records.To reach out to her followers—and send a potent yet joyful message of self-worth to her fans, Britt created the song “Gold,” a slick and shimmering self-empowerment anthem that pairs emotionally charged lyrics with an instantly catchy melody.Now a fan favorite that prompted countless concert-goers to turn up wearing “Gold” referencing crowns on her recent headlining tour, the song marks a significant next step for Britt and signals her emergence as a pop phenom of uncommon substance and soul.Brittany Nicole Waddell (born August 2, 1985) is a Christian music artist who performs under the name Britt Nicole. Waddell began singing at the age of three in her home church, Truth Temple of Kannapolis, North Carolina.
Brittany Nicole Waddell was born on August 2, 1985 in Salisbury, North Carolina."I believe when we look different and carry something different, people are going to see that and want it too."From When young Britt was only three years old, she started singing in her grandfather's church.
By the time she was in high school, she was a regular on the church's daily television program that aired in Charlotte, North Carolina, singing with her brother and cousin.
By the time she had her CD release party, 600 people lined up early at the door. Before long, her CD fell into the hands of a Nashville booking agent and a management company.
She continued to perform and grow as an artist and a songwriter.
From there, it was showcases in North Carolina and Nashville, Tennessee and after five years as an indie artist, Sparrow Records signed her.
, BRITT NICOLE drew inspiration from some of the deeply devoted fans she’s amassed over the years.