Stephen Wrabel (born January 7, 1989), also known by his stage name Wrabel, is an American singer, songwriter, and musician based in Los Angeles.
Wrabel attended high school at The Kinkaid School in Houston, Texas. After high school, he studied at the Berklee College of Music for a semester until he left Boston to move to LA and focus on songwriting. He got his first big break when he was signed to Pulse Recording as a songwriter.
Wrabel was signed to Island Def Jam in 2012 by Island Def Jam Music Group chairman and CEO Barry Weiss and Executive Vice President/Head of A&R Karen Kwak.
In 2014, Dutch DJ Afrojack released a version of Wrabel’s song “Ten Feet Tall”, resulting in an international hit. The song premiered in the United States during Super Bowl XLVIII in a Bud Light commercial and was viewed by around 100 million viewers. Wrabel later released the original piano-based version of the song on May 19, 2014. BuzzFeed named the Afrojack version of “Ten Feet Tall” one of the “35 Best Pop Songs You May Have Missed This Summer”.
On June 24, 2016, Wrabel released his single “11 Blocks”, which was heavily supported and promoted by Kesha. He also released both a lyric video and a music video for the song. He released his second single, titled “Bloodstain”, on March 10, 2017. A lyric video for the song was released the same day. In May 2017, he released an EP titled We Could Be Beautiful.