Jabriel formally came to life under his previous moniker Malcolm Jabriel on his 2017 debut album Sessions. He then decided to broaden his image with a name change and hone his raspy tone on his sophomore album Manifest, which takes fans on a journey of the singer’s life experiences. Prior to Manifest, he made a name for himself as an in-demand songwriter with placements for artists such as Ashton London, Tiffany Evans, and Omarion. Navigating the industry as an independent artist also landed Jabriel as an opening act for R&B veteran Keith Sweat.
With a promising pen game and two albums under his belt, Jabriel is set to fortify his place as a rising R&B star.