BIOGRAPHY

Meagan McNeal is a powerhouse singer/songwriter and recording artist from Chicago, Illinois, versed in
the genres of Soul, Jazz and R&B. Known for her diverse range and soulful voice, she attracted
tremendous fandom on the local circuit and received international acclaim with the release of her debut
album entitled “Mindset” in 2014. Gracing the stage of NBC’s “The Voice” in 2017, Meagan’s radiating
vocals landed her on the team of Grammy Award Winning artist Jennifer Hudson. Using the tools and
experiences she attained from the mentorship and artist development on “The Voice” she furthered her
music career. 

Since embarking on her solo journey in 2007, Meagan went on to perform throughout the
USA and across the globe. With a fervent drive and dedication, she was a backing vocalist for world
famous artists like Eminem, Common and The O’Jays. Compelling audiences with her sultry but graceful
harmonies, her strong stage presence was embraced as she opened for various artists including The
Velvelettes of the Legendary Motown Records, Dwele, and Avery Sunshine. Influenced by
groundbreaking artists such as Patti LaBelle, Anita Baker, Whitney Houston, Ella Fitzgerald, Chaka Kahn
and Aretha Franklin, Meagan refined her talents throughout the years and shaped her signature style.

Described as an embodiment of love; her music effortlessly transcends boundaries and spreads
messages of love, peace, righteousness and truth. Breaking the molds of societal norms, Meagan
continuously strives for improvement and positive change. Seated at the core of her artistry is her
unwavering determination, open mindedness and innovative mindset. Building on the momentum of
her recent successes, Meagan McNeal is now writing and recording new material for her upcoming full
length studio album, set to be released in spring of 2018.