Goddess Cre as the “Lady of Hip-Pop Blues.”

Goddess Cre is an upcoming singer/songwriter, who has been inspired by great artists like Aaliyah, Lauryn Hill, and Rihanna and describes herself as the “Lady of Hip-Pop Blues.” This Full Sail graduate is originally from Biloxi, Mississippi but began her music journey in Fayetteville, North Carolina in 2010. It wasn’t until after her sudden cancer diagnosis that put a certified stamp on her destiny. In 2016, she was diagnosed with DLB Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and underwent invasive chemo and radiation treatments to restore her health. Once out of the darkness, the beauty of her very first project “In Remission” was delivered.   You can find it across streaming services such as Tidal, Spotify, and AmazonMusic.  

Since releasing “In Remission,” Goddess Cre has released two visuals to her singles Better Days and Black Lace. “Better Days is the first single released from R&B Soul singer Cre Riggins’ EP ‘In Remission’, and it may very well be the most perfect balance of soul and groove I’ve ever slipped into.”  writes Amelia Vandergast, music reviewer for AnRFactory.com. The visual for Black Lace shows a very sweet, teacher like version of The Goddess at first but after a few glasses of champagne and a game of Ouija with her spouse, she turns it into an extremely seductive boudoir shoot. The song was inspired by her desire to keep marriage heavily spiced and a vow that she made to her husband to always give him something to look at. Goddess Cre has landed airplay on internet radio stations SugarwaterRadio.com, iBronco-Radio.com, and WNIR-Radio.com. She has been performing consistently within this last year at different open mics, conferences, and events alike in the NC area.

Right now, Goddess Cre has been working on her second studio project, titled Hernatomy, produced by Darius “Zona” Sims.  This will be another five song EP, highlighting the struggles women face and the strength of women’s empowerment . She states, “I always tell people that In Remission was my test project. I had no theme behind it. I just wanted to show everyone what I wrote while I spent time recovering from treatments. I wanted to see if I could commit to my dreams for once and I did it! Now that I know for sure that this is my purpose in life, I’m ready to really show people my skills in writing, the diversity in my music, and the messages in my music. The messages matter to me most. I want to be able to use this platform to inspire and strike change in people. Most of my music is about love, self-awareness, and enjoying life. I think lots of people dont know how much love can really heal. Love and peace isn’t cherished anymore, and I want to remind people of that not just through my lyrics but through my character as well.”  

Goddess Cre first began singing at the young ag of six years old but has always been very shy to sing in front of people. One of the biggest radio stations on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, JZ 94.5 held a huge talent show in 2004. At sixteen, it was the very first time she sang in front of a large crowd. She had been apart of a girl group form by Genesis Be and two other high school friends and they called themselves SS Armada, although they didn’t win the grand prize, they did take home a trophy in the best Hip Hop performance category. That wouldn’t be the last time she would attempt to be apart of girl group. In 2011, Scarlette was created. Scarlette consisted of Goddess Cre, and two more of her friends from the Fayetteville area. This is where her performance experience began. They would sing at local bars and clubs for about a year before they ended it. Their project was never released.  Landing placements in television and film, writing for other artists, and making children’s music are some goals that Goddess Cre list and hope to accomplish in the future.

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