Wrabel is “One of pop’s unsung talents (Huffpost).” Named One to Watch by People Magazine in fall 2019, Wrabel is best known for his hit song “11 Blocks.” Wrabel has “made a name for himself as a songwriter behind some of your favorite stars (Paper Mag),” having written songs for artists such as Kesha – co-writing ten tracks on her new album High Road (e.g. “Raising Hell,” “Resentment”), P!NK (“90 Days”), Backstreet Boys (“Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”), Celeste (“Strange”), Louis the Child (“Too Close,” “Better Not”), and Marshmello (“Ritual”). “In 2019 [Wrabel] went from behind-the-scenes player to pop star (People Magazine),” beginning the year by releasing his first live album, one nite only. Wrabel kept the momentum going in 2019 as the featured vocalist on new songs with P!NK (“90 Days,” which he also co-wrote/produced) and Louis the Child (“Too Close”). Rounding out the year, Wrabel was named Billboard Pride’s Artist of the Month ahead of the release of his new EP, one of those happy people, released on his own Big Gay Records and named one of Billboard Pride’s 20 Best LGBTQ Albums of 2019. According to Billboard, “Wrabel is primed for a major breakthrough and you ought to be on board when he finally does.”
Co-written by Scott Harris (Shawn Mendes) and produced by Stint (Demi Lovato, Gallant), “hurts like hell” is the first single from Wrabel’s debut album (slated for fall 2020). The beginning of 2020 has also seen Wrabel feature on tracks from Kesha (“Resentment,” “BFF”), Jai Wolf (“Moon Rider”), and Cash Cash (“Mean It”).