, In 2016, it was reported that Mullen had entered into a relationship with minister/singer Donnie McClurkin.
"I was young and dumb. On her current album, Sharecropper’s Seed Volume 1 Nicole C. Mullen recorded the song “Under The Shadow,” a tune that features just her vocals and drums. According to our records, she has no children. She was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. Often when people ask who I am, I say, I am a wife, a mother, a daughter and a friend. The song Redeemer is approaching its 20th year since being released to the public. As of 2020, Nicole C. Mullen is possibly single. She said the abuse happened sporadically, often with weeks or even months between episodes. Let’s take a look at Nicole C. Mullen past relationships, ex-boyfriends and previous hookups. Nicole C. Mullen has not been previously engaged. Prior to the release of Sharecropper’s Seed Volume 1, and shortly after she wrote the words, during a concert in her hometown of Cincinnati Mullen had the opportunity to recite the lyric with her grandfather present in the audience. Mullen said she wrote the book to mark the 20th anniversary of her hit, My Redeemer. Contemporary Christian music artist Nicole C. Mullen gives her first detailed and chilling accounts of the violence she said she suffered in her first marriage in a new book, My Redeemer Lives: It's Personal — A Story of Hope for Our Time. Life skills may be as simple as teaching them how to make clothes, soaps and powders or dying fabric, tools that they can use to provide for themselves.”, Reflecting upon the heritage of the African American in the United States, Mullen observes, “I often say had there not been men and women of different colors of skin from light to dark, different walks of life, different religious backgrounds who spoke up on my behalf when I was in the loins of my ancestors who were slaves, and spoke up on my behalf for freedom, then I would not be here today singing to you. That is my aim and that is my goal.”. – Who are the richest people on earth right now? Mullen said she already has heard from women who've identified with her story, making it worth whatever pain she went through to write it. For those unfamiliar with the term Trokosi, these are women who have been taken from their families, often as little children, by the village priest, to supposedly atone for the wrongs of the family and to appease the gods. In an interview with the Tennessean, Mullen said she wrote the book — which at times was emotionally painful — to offer hope to women, to anyone, who might feel like they're in a hopeless situation.
Nicole C. Mullen spoke to me on the phone from her home in Nashville earlier this year and it was towards the end of our time together that two things emerged, to really define who this wonderfully talented, compassionate and gentle spirited lady is. But Mullen said she never felt safe in the house, and she said so to a handful of girlfriends. It also marked the first man landed on the moon. The one on my dad’s side is already in heaven.