Gabriela Sepúlveda, "La Voz Coqueta Del Regional Mexicano," is an American singer-songwriter and actress of Mexican-Chilean descent. Specializing in Regional Mexican music, Gabriela started her career at 8 years old participating in national and international television programs such as La Voz Kids USA, Sábado Gigante, Tengo Talento Mucho Talento, and American Idol. In 2017, Gabriela made her acting debut in the Telemundo and Netflix series “Jenni Rivera: Mariposa de Barrio,” where she played Jenicka López, the youngest daughter of singer Jenni Rivera.
Throughout her career, Gabriela has collaborated with artists including well-known banda singer, Luis Coronel, the Spanish urban singer, Abraham Mateo, the renowned Latin Grammy winners, Banda Los Sebastianes, K-Paz De La Sierra, Mujeres Del Regional (Diana Reyes, Luz Maria Ramirez, Elsa Rios, Yazmin Valenzuela, Cristina Eustace), and has opened concerts for artists including Charlie Zaa, El Dasa, La Sonora Santanera: La Nueva Sangre, and Banda Los Sebastianes.
In 2020, her video singing Selena Quintanilla's popular song “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom” in South Korea went viral on her YouTube channel reaching over 3 million views so far. Singing in both Spanish and English, she became the first person to sing Miley Cyrus' hit song "The Climb" in Spanish, obtaining the rights from the Walt Disney Company in 2012.
Gabriela is frequently invited to perform the National Anthem from the United States for national sports teams such as the San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Warriors, San Francisco Giants, San Jose Sharks, and San Jose Earthquakes.