From rare-groove to rave to trip-hop and spirit, Nicolette was perhaps one of the most eccentric dance vocalists from the 1990s, dealing with everyone in the one-shot rave act L.A. Design to electro futurists like Plaid. Blessed in Scotland though she grew up in Nigeria, France and Switzerland, Nicolette debuted using the one “Wicked Mathematics” after getting among the initial signings with the eponymous label operate by Shut Up and Dance. Her debut recording, 1992’s NOW COULD BE Early demonstrated her to become an uncommonly adult talent who had written her own tracks (some involved in politics commentary) and presented a warm, crystalline tone of voice. Besides different vocal gigs (including Substantial Attack’s Safety), Nicolette hardly ever recorded through the following four years. Finally in 1996, she was authorized to Gilles Peterson’s Talkin’ Loud Information. Her second recording, Allow No-One Live Lease Free in your mind, made an appearance that same yr. Nicolette also added an release in Studio room !K7’s DJ Kicks series.