Belle McNulty was born in London, but raised in Granada, southern Spain. At a very young age Belle discovered her passion for music and started to perform live. At the age of 16 she recorded her first EP which mixed hiphop, soul and RnB. After the release of her EP she was asked by David Snyder, producer of Public Enemy, to collaborate with the Impossebulls on the album Everything has changed, nothing is different. Artists such as Chuck D and Sekreto & Caballeros del Plan G are featured on the same album. She recorded two original songs (“I wish you well” and “On the wings of the morning” ) on the album Humanism published by the record label Monk’s Road .  On this project she worked with several artists and musicians from the UK’s music scene, such as Dr Robert from the Blow Monkeys, Mick Talbot from Style Council, Sulene Fleming from Incognito, Crispin Taylor, Ernie McKone, Matt Deighton from Oasis and many other renowned muscians from the jazz and soul scene in the UK.

She published her single “It could happen to you” in 2020, which was coproduced by Juan Galiardo and Iván Taca.

Belle has perfomed at several music festivals, theatres and other music venues (Festival de Jazz de Málaga, Festival de Jazz y Blues de Torremolinos, Festival de Jazz de Búsquistar, Festival 360 de Granada, Portón de Jazz de Alhaurín de la Torre, Festival de Jazz de Antequera…)

In her early twenties, Belle started to lean towards jazz. She has received classes from both national and international renowned singers and vocal coaches such as Eva Jiménez, Ruth García, Celeste Alias, Norma Winston and Sheila Jordan.

Belle has always had a strong fascination with different cultures and world music. She has lived in various countries, such as Spain, England, France, Portugal and Brazil. She discovered her passion for Brazilian music during the time she spent in Rio de Janeiro, where she deepened her love for samba and bossanova. All the cultural richness she has been surrounded by and her proficiency in several languages is reflected in her music.

Belle is now based between Granada and Madrid where she continues to write songs and perform at live venues, events and festivals. Belle McNulty Quartet is her main Project, where she is accompanied by a rhythm section.  This Project reveals an urban sound with neo soul, modern jazz and funk influences.

Belle is currently working on writing and producing her first album.