Ariel Rebecca Martin, known professionally as Baby Ariel, is an American social media personality, singer and actress, known for her videos on the social media platform Tiktok.
Who is Baby Ariel?
Baby Ariel is the stage name of Ariel Rebecca Martin, an American singer, and actress who was born on November 22, 2000.
She is well known for her musical.ly videos (now known as TikTok). She was listed on Forbes’ 2017 list of the top entertainment influencers, and she was named one of the most influential people online by Time magazine in 2017.
Ariel is well-known for her work on social media, especially on the app TikTok, and for playing Wynter Barkowitz in the Disney Channel Original Movie Zombies 2. She has more than 35.3 million TikTok fans, 9.6 million Instagram fans, 3.02 million YouTube subscribers, and 1.1 million Twitter fans, among other platforms.  In 2016 and 2017, she was awarded the Teen Choice Award for “Choice Muser.”
After downloading the app out of boredom in 2015, Ariel started her career as a creator on musical.ly.
BlackBook cited Ariel’s 2015 anti-bullying campaign, the #ArielMovement, as one of her most significant initiatives.
She was honored by People magazine for her participation in the #HackHarassment campaign to combat online trolling and hostility.
In 2016, Ariel and Jacob Sartorius, another musician from Musical.ly, were both featured on the cover of Billboard magazine.
She has been mentioned as a top influencer by Forbes, People, and USA Today and has appeared on 60 Minutes and Good Morning America.
Ariel joined Creative Artists Agency in September 2016 and on December 1, 2017, she released her debut song, “Aww.”
On January 17, 2018, she made available “Perf,” her second single.
Ariel and Daniel Skye released the single “Say It” on March 30, 2018.
She worked with EA Games on The Sims 4, and she appeared as a Sim in the November 2018 expansion pack titled “The Sims 4: Get Famous.”
Ariel portrayed Baby Doll Records, a Brat miniseries, in late 2018. She played the lead in the 2019 Nickelodeon television movie Bixler High Private Eye. Later on in the year, it was revealed that she would play Wynter in the Disney Channel movie Zombies 2.
Fast Company, Business Insider, and Seventeen Magazine all featured profiles about Ariel.
CNN, Rolling Stone, Huffington Post, Tubefilter, Paper Magazine, RAW, and Wonderwall are a few other sources that have made references.
On July 9, 2021, Ariel issued her debut extended play, “blue.”