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Background information
Birth name Lolene Ebony Everett
Born 12 March 1985
Bristol, United Kingdom
Genres Pop
Years active 2004–present
Labels Island Def Jam
21:12 Entertainment BMG
300 Entertainmnet
Associated acts Nova Miller
J.R. Rotem
Nellee Hooper
Martina Topley-Bird
The Messengers
Roni Size
Christopher Rojas
Spike Stent
Kanye West
Sam Sparro
Scott Cutler

Lolene Everett (born 12 March 1985), professionally known simply as Lolene is a British former recording artist, songwriter and performer turned music executive. While in Bristol, Lolene began singing backing vocals for Martina Topley-Bird (vocalist for Tricky) and also collaborated with local drum and bass pioneer Roni Size.

On relocating to London, Lolene signed a development deal with BMG Records to front their latest girl group. She wrote the group's material, but left shortly after to pursue a solo career and focus on her songwriting.

Lolene moved to Los Angeles and signed to Beluga Heights/Sony ATV after being discovered by record producer J.R. Rotem (Rihanna, Britney Spears) and his manager Zach Katz. Initially hired as a writer, Lolene began developing her personal sound with the help of Rotem and other producers. Lolene went on to sign an artist contract with Capitol records and released critically acclaimed songs such as 'Sexy People' and 'Rich' ( Fake it til you make it)

Music career

2009: The Electrick Hotel and Cracked Not Broken

Lolene released her debut album The Electrick Hotel in 2012 with Capitol records USA.

Lolene released her debut single "Sexy People" in 2009. The track reached No. 5 as of Billboard Magazine Dance Club Chart 1 December 2009 issue. The first official single from her album, "Rich (Fake It Til You Make It)" was released on 19 April 2010.

After leaving Capitol shortly after the company merger with EMI, Lolene relocated back to Europe to focus on songwriting and business.

The Electrick Hotel

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "Intro (Welcome to the Electrick Hotel)" Tom Meredith 0:47
2. "Sexy People" Chris Rojas 4:05
3. "Rich (Fake It Til You Make It)" The Messengers 3:58
4. "Lionheart" Tom Meredith 4:35
5. "Ordinary Girl" Nelle Hooper 4:00
6. "Under The Bus" (featuring Sam Sparro) Sam Sparro 4:20
7. "Interlude (Room Service)" Tom Meredith 0:44
8. "Carousel" 3:26
9. "Radio Radio" Josh Abraham, Oliver Goldstein 4:15
10. "Just for the Record" Tom Meredith 3:50
11. "Limousine Luva" Richard Vission, Chico Bennet 3:30
12. "Die Without Love" Carl Ryden, Damon Sharpe 3:52
13. "Bang Bang" Josh Abraham, Oliver Goldstein 3:10
14. "Messed Up" Oak 3:58
15. "Beautiful Disaster" Chris Braide 4:14
16. "Dancing on Diamonds (Bonus)" Chris Rojas 3:36
17. "Zoo (Bonus)" Chris Rojas 2:51

Cracked Not Broken

No. Title Music Length
1. "Lolene Intro" 1:15
2. "I Wish" Lolene vs. Skee-lo vs. Willow Smith 1:51
3. "Leave Your Girl" Lolene vs. Dizzie Rascal vs. Calvin Harris vs. Greg Ogan 3:32
4. "Super Trouper" Lolene vs. ABBA vs. Dr. Dre 2:51
5. "Electrick Dreams" Lolene vs. Cory Heart vs. Damon Sharpe 4:11
6. "Boujis Baby" Lolene vs. Mr. DJ 3:35
7. "Slippy Heights" Lolene vs. Kate Bush vs.Underworld 3:20
8. "In Your Head Zombie" Lolene vs. The Cranberries 3:34
Sample credits
  • "I Wish" contains a sample from "Whip My Hair" as performed by Willow Smith
  • "Slippy Heights" contains a sample from "Born Slippy .NUXX" as performed by Underworld

She's Got a Pulse

No. Title Length
1. "Drum Dumb" 3:35
2. "Oh Lola!" 3:43
3. "Shake the Building (feat. Mic Righteous)" 2:44
4. "Black Rainbow" 3:27
5. "Even Angels Cry" 3:56
6. "Universe Cries" 3:38
7. "Miracle" 4:06
8. "Destroy the Disco" 3:48
9. "Bite Your Tongue" 3:17
10. "My Boyfriend Wants to Kill Me" 1:56
11. "One Blood" 3:12
12. "Kiss My Revolution" 3:42


Studio albums
  • The Electrick Hotel (2012)
  • She's Got a Pulse (2012)
  • Cracked Not Broken (2010)