An effortless storyteller with a pure and unfiltered singing talent and songwriting ability, Mabel McVey has an instinctive gift of melody far beyond her twenty years. Indeed Mabel has made quite the impression since bursting on to the scene in September 2015 with her release Know Me Better. Quietly released onto Mabel’s personal SoundCloud, the single didn’t remain a secret for long, with veteran Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac naming it her Tune Of The Week, a rarity for a newcomer and in turn putting the wheels in motion for Mabel to become a fresh and exciting name amongst a brand new generation of r’n’b chanteuses. Born into a musical dynasty, it is safe to say that music quite literally runs in the blood of singer-songwriter Mabel. The daughter of producer Cameron McVey, best known for his seminal work with Massive Attack, Portishead, Sugababes and All Saints, Cameron remains one of British music’s most cherish guardians. Mabel’s mother is Neneh Cherry, the cross-generational music and style superstar who went onto defy then-musical genres. It is this seamless ability to converge musical cultures that been passed down to Mabel, with her already marrying classic melodies with a modern blend of soulful rhythm and blues that remains previously unheard.