In the 7th grade, Adiel Lee Mitchell fell in love with dance. By the time he joined his high school breakdance club as a Freshman, he had already produced, filmed, and published a collection of videos on YouTube during the online platform’s early days of desaturation.  He connected with other dancers and young filmmakers who collectively brought their visions to life and developed a refined passion for all performance arts.

 

He starred in numerous theatrical productions and was later accepted by the University of Northern Colorado’s musical theatre program where he found his true love for music and songwriting. During college, Adiel was reunited with his high school  best friend, Nick Voelker, and the two of them formed the pop-duo Two Worlds.

 

As a band, Two Worlds released countless covers and originals on Youtube as well as video collaborations with other major YouTubers (like Tyler Ward, Eppic, Lindsay Sterling, etc.) to create a hefty internet following. They developed a YouTube community of over 80,000 subscribers, gained over 22 million streams on Spotify, and their debut EP, Playtime, peaked at number 11 on the iTunes singer/songwriter charts.  With opportunities on the rise, Adiel left UNC  after completing only his first year in the program.

 

Shortly after Adiel left his musical theater days behind, Two Worlds was selected to appear on  VH1 and Universal Music Group's Republic Records’ unprecedented 24-hour livestream event “Make A Band Famous” where they were personally coached by Gym Class Heroes frontman, Travie McCoy into the competition’s final rounds.  The event revamped Two Worlds’ love for original music and their success lit a fire under Adiel’s desire to pursue a career in music.

 

After parting ways with his bandmate in 2016, Adiel began his pursuit of a solo music career.  In 2017 he released the self-produced Two-Thirty EP where he explored his songwriting skills and the sultry sounds of Pop/R&B. In 2018, he released the much anticipated About Last Night EP, featuring the hit songs, “Black Dress” and “2nd Chances”. In January, he surprised fans with the Jungle Ep, taking a small step away from the 90s nostalgia and venturing into the jungle of hip-hop.

 

Adiel Lee Mitchell is a supernova and he’s winning the music industry over with his irresistible charm and raw, uncorrupted talent.  In the same musical vein as pop music superstars like Childish Gambino, Bruno Mars, and Miguel, his music is infectious as it is introspective. He won't be easily erased.

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