Sabrinna Dias

Sabrinna Dias (nicknamed Sheila E.) is a Brazilian American singer-songwriter from Newark, New Jersey. She was born in the United States on May 6, 1995, and was raised as part of the local Brazilian community.  She grew up merging both American and Brazilian cultures.  No where is this more evident than in her life as a musician. She has been heavily influenced by genres such as pop, hip-hop, rock, R&B, soul, funk, jazz, bossa nova, samba, and salsa. Those who know Sabrinna know that she can do it all music-wise and see how she has managed to combine all of these styles into a special and unique talent.

In 2021, Sabrinna made it to the top 32 contestants of The Voice season 21 which featured and premiered Ariana Grande alongside Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton, and John Legend who eventually became Sabrinna’s coach.  Sabrinna made history that season when she became the first person to represent Brazil and sing “Garota de Ipanema” in Portuguese.  After being selected, she continued her journey on the show winning her battle and performing the song “Photograph” with Ed Sheeran during Knockout round rehearsal.

Sabrinna Dias is driven and passionate about life and what she does. She is currently focused and working on  original songs that will soon be released as singles. Plans are also underway for live performances this summer (2024).  She is preparing to release new music and to perform all over the world. The best is yet to come for this up-and-coming star.