JAZZIZ Editor's Choice for "The Bloodline"

Women's History Museum Guest Artist

Atwood Magazine 2/28/2023

"The Bloodline" An Essay

My first published essay about the first single off of my upcoming album Gold Dust. 

DownBeat Magazine (March 2020)

By Yoshi Keto

Switching between originals, r&b favorites and jazz standards, Steele’s set was a study in contrasts and dynamics. Bill Withers’ “Grandma’s Hands” was transformed from an intimate anthem at its beginning to a near-whispered prayer. “Gone Under,” originally Steele’s collaboration with Snarky Puppy, got the seated crowd gyrating in their chairs.



Jazz Times Review of RISE

In one performance, California-born, New York-based vocalist Shayna Steele unleashed enough voltage to light up the West End.