Wrabel
Wrabel

Wrabel

About Wrabel

Pop singer and songwriter Wrabel got his start writing songs for artists like Adam Lambert and Phillip Phillips before gaining recognition as a solo artist in 2014.

• Wrabel recorded the theme for the game show Minute to Win It in 2010 and signed a deal with Island Def Jam in 2012.
• His breakthrough came in 2014 when the Dutch DJ Afrojack released a version of Wrabel’s song “Ten Feet Tall” that became a Top 10 dance hit. A piano version of the song appeared on Wrabel’s debut EP, 2014’s EP Sideways.
• In 2016, Wrabel released “11 Blocks,” his first single as a lead artist. It reached No. 12 on Billboard’s Adult Top 40 chart, thanks in part to a shout-out from Kesha.
• He appeared with country singer Sturgill Simpson and Beach Boys legend Brian Wilson on Kesha’s 2019 single “Resentment,” which Wrabel also co-wrote. The same year, he sang on Pink’s song “90 Days,” from her album Hurts 2B Human.

  • HOMETOWN
    New York, NY
  • BORN
    January 7, 1989

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