R&B Starlet Coline Creuzot Lives the “High Life” with New Single

Houstonian R&B Chart Topping Singer-Songwriter Releases Smoky 2017 Single

 Coline Creuzot High Life

(LOS ANGELES, CA) – March 17, 2017 – Houston’s own and one of R&B’s most promising voices, Coline Creuzot is soaring high today with her hot single, “High Life”.  Fresh off the heels of her hit 2016 single “Truth Is” which climbed to #24 on the Billboard Adult R&B/Contemporary charts, “High Life” is available for streaming on the artist’s Soundcloud page.  Written by Dallas Blocker (Bun B, Rick Ross, Paul Wall) and produced by J Sounds, “High Life” is a must-add to any summer playlist.

“My friend Dallas called after I released my last single ‘Truth Is’ and told me he wrote an amazing song for me,” says Coline.  “When I heard ‘High Life’ I instantly fell in love with it!  It’s definitely a breath of fresh air!  It’s something fun and sexy but still me and it matched the sound of the other songs on my project.”

Coline Creuzot


The Sony ATV singer-songwriter is busy finishing up her third EP scheduled to be released Summer 2017.  Blending elements of Hip-Hop, R&B and Houston famed “chopped and screwed” music Coline is carving a lane of her own in contemporary R&B.  With heartfelt lyrics and a sultry signature tone, Coline has opened for T-Pain, T.I., Keyshia Cole and most recently Monica to name a few.  90’s R&B harmonies and a chorus paying homage to Rose Royce’s hit song, “Ooh Boy” are what makes “High Life” an instant classic – and change in content direction for the Houstonian bred singer.

“High Life shows a different side of me,” exclaims Coline.  “I always write or co-write on my songs which mostly talk about relationships and heartbreak, so ‘High Life’ was a good change of pace and added some balance to the EP!”

“High Life” can currently be streamed on Coline’s Soundcloud page at: www.soundcloud.com/creuzot.  For more information and to keep updated on all Coline Creuzot related news, please visit her website at: www.colinecreuzot.com.



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