SABRINA CUIE: Body LanguageHer sultry voice, intertwined with lyrics saturated in solace and sensuality, has propelled singer/ songwriter, Sabrina Cuie, into Philadelphiaâ€™s diverse music scene. Her music, being a fusion of Neo Soul, Hip Hop, and R&B.
The emerging songstress has enhanced her vocal abilities by performing in entertainment venues in New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia, where she currently resides. Known among her friends and peers as determined, as well as talented, Sabrina is currently working on her first album to be released independently.
Violin lessons at eight years old would be the first notch on the timeline chronicling how music has always been an integral factor in Sabrinaâ€™s life. Immediately following would be young Sabrinaâ€™s first introduction to singing by joining the church choir at the age of nine. Her insatiable desires to further develop and diversify her singing and instrumental talents caused her to join many other youth ensembles, talent shows, and plays. While attending St. Josephâ€™s University, a solo performance with the Gospel Choir was the deciding factor involved in Sabrinaâ€™s life-altering decision to transcend her hobby to a career in the entertainment business. Her soprano voice and commanding stage presence moved the crowd in a manner that pleased and shocked the future star. Knowing she possessed the ability to touch the masses with her beautiful voice became intoxicating.
Shortly thereafter, she became a member of a Rap/R&B duo supported by an instrumental band. With this group, she performed in several talent shows to further polish her skills and vocal talents. Determined to find a sound that matched hers and her partnerâ€™s, Sabrina searched for additional production to add variety to their sound. Inadvertently, this is what catapulted her future solo career. Currently, Sabrinaâ€™s main objective is to gain more exposure for her music. Sabrina has belted out her original lyrics at the Soul CafÃ© in Manhattan, The Red Lion in Greenwich Village as well many appearances in various Philadelphia venues like The Black Womanâ€™s Arts Festival, Homegrown Eclectic, The Five Spot, Mill Creek Tavern, Manayunk Brewery, and The World CafÃ© Live.
She sometimes sings cover songs of her musical influences: Earth, Wind, and Fire, Minnie Ripperton, Deniece Williams, and Maxwell. Now Sabrina is ready to take her original material onto a larger scale. Her vocal range, mixed with her unique style of singing, will easily garner Sabrina Cuie the media and career accreditations sheâ€™s worked so hard for.
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Check out the artist's website:
1. Body Language
2. Body Language - Instrumental
3. It's a Shame