Sabriel is a neosoul singer and songwriter from Las Vegas. 

She began her creative career at an early age as a dancer, making the transition from movement to music an easy one.

Sabriel found her influences as a child when her parents introduced her to artists like Prince, Stevie Wonder, D’angelo and Erykah Badu. These musical influences from her past mixed with a craving for discovering new artists sent her on an emotional journey, helping her find her own mature voice.

In 2011, at age 16, she co-wrote and recorded her first EP, leading to 2 consecutive spots at the Life Is Beautiful Festival with acts including Kanye West, Outkast and The Roots. Her 2014 set continuously drew hundreds, swelling as the set went on to thousands. 

As her career progressed, Sabriel began opening for artists such as Sheryl Crow and Mayor Hawthorne and traveling to Austin to perform during SXSW.

 In 2015, her interest in songwriting gave her the opportunity to work on projects for television and motion pictures such as Rebel on BET, Star on Fox, Empire, 48 Hours to Live, and My First Love. After that she spent the next year writing, producing and recording her self-titled, phonetically spelled EP, shä brē el, released in 2016 and a B-Sides to that EP released in 2017.