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SHA'LEAH NIKOLE

Full Bio

Sha’Leah Nikole, a sweet songbird from South Central LA grew up surrounded by the arts. At the young age of 8 years old her mother enrolled her and her brother into Amazing Grace Conservatory (AGC) under the direction of Wendy Raquel Robinson and the Late Tracy L. Coley. AGC is an award-winning theatrical training institute in the inner city of Los Angeles. It is through her time as a student and now Alumni of AGC, that she developed her passion for music and performing arts. While pursuing her bachelor's degree (which she received from Alfred University) she never veered far from her passion.

 

 She began songwriting and singing background vocals, and she received her first placement as a writer on Nipsey Hussle’s Feelin Myself, with Grammy award winning production team 1500 or Nothin. While creating her own lane as an artist she has been blessed with the opportunity to share the stage and sing on records with music titans such as Beyonce, Kanye West, Stevie Wonder, Elton John, D. Smoke, Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics and the late great Nipsey Hussle to name a few. Sha’Leah has also stayed true to her theatrical roots, performing in musicals such as the NAACP Theatre Award-winning musical Recorded In Hollywood, Ovation Award Winning Musical Witness Uganda (Eden), Critically acclaimed play Gunshot Medley, Take on Me, Dreamgirls (Effie), Beauty and The Beast (Chip), Once on This Island (Asaka) and many more. As a solo artist Sha’Leah has released a, EP, and multiple singles. Her goal is to share her story through her music and inspire all who listen. She writes and co-writes all of her material. She continues to grow as an artist and will be releasing new music. When she isn’t working in entertainment, she is serving her community through her organization My Footprints LA. My Footprints LA is a Non-Profit 501©3 that promotes self-growth through service and mentorship. More recently Sha’Leah has had the honor of traveling the world as a member of Kanye West’s Sunday Service Collective. Blessed by what she has learned and experienced thus far, Sha’Leah has a goal to use her voice as a tool to inspire and encourage those who come in contact with her through her music, acting, and service.