Sheléa Frazier, also known as Sheléa, stylized as SHELÉA or sheléa, is an American singer, songwriter, and pianist. Her 2014 track “I’ll Never Let You Go” peaked at 23 on Billboard’s Adult R&B chart. She is mentored by Stevie Wonder and is a protégée of Quincy Jones.
Sheléa Frazier otherwise called Sheléa is an African-American vocalist, and musician. She refers to Whitney Houston as her melodic motivation and Stevie Wonder as a mentor. On March 27, 2019, it was reported Shelia will depict Gospel Singer Dorinda Clark Cole in Lifetime’s forthcoming biopic on gospel bunch The Clark Sisters entitled, The Clark Sisters: The First Ladies of Gospel.
|Age (As of 2023)||42 Years of 2023|
Sheléa was born on August 24, 1980, in the USA.
She went to Oakwood College and began her profession with the music gathering Take 6 of every 2008. Her melody “Love Fell on Me” was highlighted as the subject for the film Jumping the Broom in 2011 which earned her further consideration.