“Meet Adeline, the Funk Musician Who Will Stoke Your Love of Glitter Eyes and Big, Big Hair” - VOGUE
"buttery R&B singing" - NPR
"Adeline, singer of nu-disco band Escort, achieves a “natural” high on her funky new slow jam “Emeralds.” - Rolling Stone
"[Adeline’s] vocals echo the best Danceteria-era divas." - The New York Times
“…an undeniably spectacular voice that commands your fullest attention from the first note she sings. Whatever the subject, she has the skills to hone in on the exact emotionality required, and she does so with a deftness that denotes her near-certain staying power on the scene.” - Magnetic Mag
“If you've ever seen disco outfit Escort live in concert, you've witnessed the immense power of its frontwoman Adeline Michèle whose voice is insanely amazing.” - FADER
"Ignoring matters of the material world with a hypnotizing and brazen attitude for the sexy true fantasy even Sade would approve of." - Afropunk
A French-Caribbean juggernaut who sings, plays bass, writes and produces her own music, Adeline (pronounced ad-uh-leen) dominates any stage she performs on and captures her audience not only with her powerful voice but with her funky bass playing, daring personal style and soulful yet seductive dance moves. Her critically acclaimed singles Emeralds, Swirl and Before have turned heads from Rolling Stone, The Fader, Refinery 29, Vice and Vogue. As the front woman of the lauded Nu Disco band Escort she has fearlessly taken center stage at major festivals including Coachella, Montreal Jazz Fest, Full Moon Festival and her dashing solo performance at Afropunk Brooklyn 2018 has put her on the map as one of the most exciting upcoming artists.
When she’s not making and touring her own music, Adeline plays bass in CeeLo Green’s touring band.