As Coco Jones, rising R&B singer and star of Peacock’s hit series “Bel-Air,” announced recently, her highly anticipated debut LP was finally released last month. Titled What I Didn’t Tell You, the project served as a vessel through which one could share “all the details of what happens behind the scenes or off camera.”
As Christmas is just around the corner, many artists are getting into the holiday spirit by releasing their renditions of classic holiday songs in anticipation of the upcoming holiday season. The Grammy-award-winning country singer Coco Jones stopped by “The Kelly Clarkson Show” yesterday (Dec. 19) to perform a stirring rendition of “Silver Bells,” one of the most beloved songs of all time that was originally composed a half century ago in 1950 by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. Coco Jones donned a sparkling white ensemble and was surrounded by a stunning display of Christmas trees as she sang a soulfully interpreted version of the original lyrics:
A sensual, soulful single titled “Caliber” was released earlier this year by the Nashville-bred artist. After that, she returned shortly afterwards to release the accompanying music video, directed by Taylor’s production company, The Aunties, and produced by her own production company, Spike Tey Productions, which was contributed to the original single by Taylor. This collaboration has led to Coco Jones being nominated for the Best New Artist award at the upcoming BET Soul Train Awards in 2022 as a result of his involvement in this project.
Aside from her own releases, she has also been featured on a number of other tracks, including “Simple” with Babyface, “Luna” with FKi 1st, “Get It Together” which was composed with Terrell Grice, and more.