HOUSTONIAN HEIRESS COLINE CREUZOT RELEASES NEW ODE TO INDEPENDENT MILLENIAL WOMEN “LINK UP,” FEATURING HOUSTON RAP STAR PAUL WALL
Indie label Creuzot Entertainment is pleased to announce the release of singer/songwriter COLINE CREUZOT’s new song, “LINK UP,” featuring Houston rap legend Paul Wall.
Written by Dallas Blocker (Rick Ross, Bun B) and produced by newcomer Jay Sounds, “LINK UP” is an up-tempo, head-bobbin’ ladies anthem where COLINE celebrates women who, like herself, are go-getters, too focused on their goals to be detered by distractions.
The song is the first offering from COLINE’s yet-untitled EP, set for a Winter 2018 release and produced primarily by multi-platinum Grammy award-winning producer Happy Perez, known for his work with Frank Ocean, Tory Lanez, Halsey, Miguel.
“LINK UP” follows the release of “High Life,” a fun love song where the visual captures how a strong couple who plays together, stays together; and “Truth Is,” produced by Happy Perez. According to ThisIsRNB, on “Truth is” “the young beauty is here to remind the fellas that she’s not the one to be toyed with.” The indie video, which has seen over 45K views since its release, also drew the attention of national media outlets including The Shade Room, Bossip, the Houston Press, the Houston Chronicle, and Modern Luxury.
See the videos for the “High Life” and “Truth Is” here (feel free to post):
Click To Watch High Life
Click To Watch Truth Is
Within Houston’s tight-knit music community, Coline has sung back up for Solange, penned a song for Kelly Rowland and has created hooks collaborating with Lil Keke, and Slim Thug to name a few. But where Coline soars is on stage, presenting her own music to the world. The songstress has opened for artists such as Drake, Keyshia Cole, and TI to name a few.
The Houston heiress, whose family started the famous Houston restaurant chain, Frenchy’s, has had a desire to become a singer-songwriter since she was a part of a girl group singing and writing songs at the tender age of 9. However, before pursuing music full-time, her parents insisted she attend and finish college first. Coline entered her freshman year at Hampton University determined to return to the pursuit of her personal goal as quickly as possible and went on to earn a bachelor’s in business management in three (3) short years.
With the release of her debut EP this winter, Coline is ready to show the world just how dedicated she truly is to her craft. Leading up to the EP release, Coline will massage our ears and eyes with a slew of songs and visuals to whet her fan’s appetites.