Mabel McVey, also known as Mabel Alabama Pearl McVey, is a British-Swedish singer and songwriter who has taken the music world by storm. With her exceptional talent and ability to seamlessly transition between genres, she has earned her place as a pop sensation. Let’s delve into the life and career of this remarkable artist who made a significant breakthrough in 2017 with her hit single “Finders Keepers.”
Mabel McVey Early Life and Musical Heritage:
Born on February 19, 1996, in Alhaurín el Grande, Málaga, Spain, Mabel McVey hails from a family deeply immersed in the music industry. Her father, Cameron McVey, is a renowned sound record producer who has collaborated with All Saints and Sugababes. Her mother, Neneh Cherry, is a pioneering rapper and R&B artist. Mabel is the youngest member of this musically gifted family, and her half-brother Marlon Roudette and sister Tyson are also involved in the music world.
Mabel McVey Career Highlights:
Mabel McVey’s career took off with her debut hit, “Know Me Better,” which garnered significant attention. However, it was “Finders Keepers” that propelled her into the spotlight, reaching the UK Top 10 Singles Chart. She continued to impress with songs like “High Expectations,” which achieved platinum status and secured the third spot on the UK Albums Chart. Additionally, her collaboration with Not3s on the remix of “My Lover” was certified Gold by BPI.