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Megan Nicole Flores (born September 1, 1993), simply known as Megan Nicole, is an American singer-songwriter who debuted on YouTube in 2009. Early life: Megan Nicole was born in Houston, Texas to parents Tammy and Frankie Flores. She was raised in Katy, Texas and became interested in music around age 10, when her father purchased a karaoke machine for her. Nicole also participated in her church's music programs, taking part in a church band during high school and choir during middle school. Career: In 2009, Nicole uploaded her first video to YouTube, her cover of "Use Somebody" by Kings of Leon. She followed with more covers on her YouTube channel, which includes songs by Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, and other artists. She has several collaborations from fellow YouTube artists such as Tiffany Alvord, Alyssa Bernal, Tyler Ward, Conor Maynard and Lindsey Stirling Nicole released her first original song, "B-e-a-utiful", on July 15, 2011. Written by Nicole, Lairs Johnston, Stephen Folden, and Tom Mgrdichian, the "pop ditty" received one million hits after two days and had 27 million hits by November 2013. Johnston became Nicole's manager in August 2010. In August 2012, Nicole signed with Bad Boy Records. In September 2012, Nicole reached number 29 on the Billboard Social 50 in her fourth week on the popularity chart. An April 2014 article in The News Tribune said that on YouTube, Nicole had 1.5 million subscribers and 350 million video views. As of September 2014, she had 2.5 million subscribers.

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