"No me digan que el cielo es el limite cuando existen huellas en la luna"
Gabriela Sepulveda is a Latin singer, songwriter, and actress of Mexican-Chilean descent. Gabriela began her career at the age of 8 after performing at her school’s talent show.
Specializing in Regional-Mexican music, Gabriela has participated in Spanish and English speaking national and international television programs including Sábado Gigante, Tengo Talento Mucho Talento, La Voz Kids USA, and American Idol. In 2017, Gabriela made her acting debut on the Telemundo and Netflix series, “Jenni Rivera: Mariposa de Barrio,” where she played Jenicka López, the youngest daughter of the popular Mexican-American singer, Jenni Rivera.
Recently, Gabriela’s career has continued to spur widespread public attention when a video of her singing the popular song of tejano singer, Selena Quintanilla, “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom,” in South Korea went viral on her YouTube channel reaching more than 3 million views so far.
Among Gabriela's many performances, she has been invited to open concerts for latin artists including El Dasa, Banda Los Sebastianes, and La Sonora Santanera: La Nueva Sangre, and has collaborated with popular singers including the Spanish urban pop star, Abraham Mateo, and the Grammy-award winning band, Banda Los Sebastianes. Gabriela has also paid homage to farmworker rights activist Dolores Huerta and performed the U.S. National Anthem for the SF Giants, the San Jose Sharks, the San Jose Earthquakes, and the Golden State Warriors.
Gabriela released her 1st single, "Ya No Te Quiero," in 2012, and her 2nd single “Pero Nadie,” released in 2014, won “Song of the Year” in the World Category at the Josie Music Awards.
Orgullosa de mis raíces latinas, mi cultura, mis tradiciones y la música. Es un regalo el despertar cada día para continuar trabajando por mis sueños que no son mas que llevar alegría a todos los que escuchan mi música y mi canto.