Baby Ariel has turned heads recently for gaining some major traction as a Musical.ly star, yet also made headlines for her relationship with Zach Clayton. At just 16 years old, she's really made a name for herself in the cyber world and now she's ready to move into the real world!
While fans got to know and love Baby Ariel through creative lip sync videos, this gal wants to prove to everyone that she actually has talent. In a recent interview, she admitted that she's hard at work recording music of her own and she even revealed what the tracks were about – something artists rarely do.
She said, "I’m actually working and branching into singing. I’ve finished two songs already so I’m super excited. One of them is about a boy, so it’s a relationship. And the other one I really like. It’s about social media in a way and about being yourself…not even only online but in general, be yourself always and don’t worry about what anyone else has to say about you."
Ahh! This is super exciting. We can't help but wonder who the relationship song is about. While Baby Ariel was dating Zach, she's now rumored to be dating Blake Gray after they were flirting on social media. You know, sending hearts back and forth, liking each other's pics – the whole nine yards.
Regardless of who the song is about, Baby Ariel seems like she's moving up in the world. While Musical.ly may have been a platform to get her name out there, it really has given her lots of fans and support so she's able to start an actual career.
She shared a clip of herself actually singing on Instagram a few days ago and it's clear that she definitely has some skill. She captioned the video, "🦋.. love you."
And to make things even more official, Baby Ariel captured of moment of herself actually in the studio. If you needed to see it to believe it, then you've got your wish! She captioned this photo, "so excited for you to hear this. this is for you. x."
There's no word on when her fans will get to hear this magical music but our fingers are crossed that it'll be sooner rather than later!