As Colette continues giving her fans new music ahead of her debut album, the singer-songwriter caught up with Billboard to share five personally influential artists as part of Pop Shop's "Gimme Five" series. From "Once in a Lifetime" to "Spice Up Your Life," check out the artists that have made the biggest impact on a blossoming young talent:
Colette Carr: "She's one of my favorite artists ever, and 'Left of Center' is one of my favorite songs. I like the way she writes -- I think she's really honest and a really good storyteller, and her melodies are super catchy."
Led Zeppelin - "They got me through a depression. I was very depressed in seventh grade, and all I could do was listen to them, and they helped me through all my tennis injuries and not being able to play."
"He made the first rap album ["The Eminem Show"] I ever bought. 'Without Me' was a life-changing song."
Spice Girls - "Girl power for life. Every day of your life, the Spice Girls exist within us. That was such a huge part of growing up. I feel like they really put a stamp on girls in my generation. I dressed up like them for Halloween and did little shows with my sister and stuff. I've been every single one of them. My life goal is to be a perfect combination of all five Spice Girls."
"'Once in a Lifetime' is such a good song. I love the way they write -- it's too real! They just say exactly what's on their mind and somehow it's catchy enough to be a song: 'How did I get here?' and 'This is not my beautiful house.' It's exactly what people think, and they put it in a song and it became an anthem."
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