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ABRA in Concert
Seeing ABRA on stage, you wouldn't have a clue that she records much of her music in a closet, but therein lies the charm in the futuristic R&B singer's process and respect for solitude. She produces "music for loners who love people," and plays her live sets sober because she wants to be present and always leave a lasting mark. "Music comes first and all my friends know that," ABRA told Crack. With a distinct assertiveness and commanding presence, onstage in front of a crowd is where ABRA truly puts herself out there. Sensual R&B dance music flirts with a dark rap wave; all of it relies on a palpable mystique. When she debuted then-unreleased "Thinking of You" at a run of sold-out European shows in 2016, she asked the audience to put away their phones in order to build an atmosphere and have them be present in the moment: "I just wanted it to be special when they heard it....You're creating a weird environment for people and it's like an experience," she told Interview. ABRA has been on notable tours with rapper D.R.A.M. and like-minded electro R&B singer Empress Of, and will be joining MØ on the first U.S. leg of the Danish electro-pop star's Forever Neverland tour in 2019.
Born Gabrielle Olivia Mirville in Queens, New York, ABRA moved to London with her missionary parents before settling down in Atlanta at the age of eight. In her late teens, she started posting acoustic covers to YouTube (recorded from her bathroom) of rap tracks, like Gucci Mane's "Beat It Up" and Waka Flocka's "No Hands," which caught the attention of Awful Records label head, Father, who signed her in 2014. The self-proclaimed "darkwave duchess" released an LP and EP on Awful, before 2016's ‘Princess' EP was co-released with the buzzy True Panther Sounds imprint. A multi-talented artist, ABRA is also an actress and co-stars in the 2018 flick ‘Assassination Nation.'