Amelia Cole took the global stage by storm with her drop-dead first album, Classy, Bougie, Ratchet Volume 1. The album has 30 tracks featuring various talented producers and writers. Among them are Marlon Hamilton, Laron Randel, Marc Insanesounds, Lashiain Leviston, and many others. The American singer, rapper, and songwriter is receiving support from no other than DJ Epps.
Amelia Cole, born Andrea Pennington, grew up in Portland, Oregon. She has always envisioned an extraordinary lifestyle for herself. So, she took her shot and moved to California to pursue modeling. But deep in her heart, Cole knew that her true passion lies in music. For her, there is nothing more significant than earning respect in the entertainment industry.
The independent artist persevered. She is now living in Miami, Florida, living her dreams. In her 6th year in Miami, Cole made a name for herself amongst the biggest stars in the music business. She dominated the hip hop market. Cole got the opportunity to showcase her talent on VH1’s Love and Hip Hop Seasons 1 and 3.
Her collaboration with other artists has created quite a buzz for Cole’s career in the music industry. Cole was the Video Vixen in 2012. She slew in her music video projects with Flo Rida, Movado, Ace Hood, DJ Khaled, Chris Brown, Scotty Boi MMG, and many more top-chart holders in the hip hop scene. Amelia Cole was not only chasing her passion, but she was also launching herself into a worldwide audience.
Aside from music videos, Cole hustled in the clubs of South Beach and Fort Lauderdale in Florida, where she was hosting events. Slowly, Cole was building her brand that goes beyond music. She has expanded her horizons in the industry with her merchandise. From clothing, hair products, make-up – Cole wanted to share the things that embody her as a person to her audience.
Amelia Cole did not hesitate to invest in herself. She attended acting classes to broaden her portfolio. Cole did photoshoots with some of Miami’s elite photographers. Among them were KeyFootage, Camp Studios, Queen Mag, Official Too Low, and Ice Box Studios, Al Cole Studio.
Cole knew that she had the talent and the potential. She was running a successful career, and she maximized her skills, but Cole wanted to do more. With the right song, her career could take on a new level. Cole understood the importance of hardwork, and she was willing to do whatever it takes to earn a respectable name in the streets and on social media.
In 2019, Amelia Cole finally broke the glass ceiling that stopped her from reaching the sky. She took a significant move and released her track OPRAH. The hip hop track Cole created with her team aims to inspire women and promote women empowerment. Indeed, who better to name her track after than one of the most iconic female personalities today. Listen to her single, OPRAH, on iTunes. The track made history when it reached number one on Miami’s leading hip hop radio station Da Blaze FM 88.7. With artist Strong Arm Steady behind her back, Cole is sure that nothing can stop her from dominating music charts all over the world.
Amelia Cole wholeheartedly appreciates her manager Suede Musiq, an excellent vocal coach, singer, and writer, who has been by her side since day one. Today, Cole is an amazing mother of two boys, Prince and Amir Hamilton. Her advice to all aspiring artists out there: “Never give up, always have faith and hope.”
Listen to her amazing tracks on Spotify and check out her music videos, soon to be on her YouTube channel. Her album is also on Apple Music. Stay connected with Amelia Cole and follow her journey through her website, Instagram, and Twitter.