She has written for Comcast commercials that were aired on BET and Home & Family. Her songs have been heard on the radio, various internet radio stations, Spotify and iTunes. Her first album was released under the moniker Black Rose Cinema, and was soon picked up by Canadian industrial/goth net-label, Flaming Fish. The album went on to draw the interest of DJ’s in Germany, Italy, and Norway, before she changed her name to her current pseudonym, Adryelle.
Originally from Baltimore, MD, Adryelle moved to the Los Angeles area in 2016. She has performed all around America, in cafes, bars and street performances. Her song topics range from themes that include but not limited to suicide, depression and healing, as well as Christian themes and topics.