|Birth name||Shanell Lynn Woodgett|
|Also known as||SnL|
|Born||November 15, 1980|
Anaheim, California, United States
|Origin||Springfield, Massachusetts, United States|
|Labels||Young Money, Cash Money, Republic|
Shanell Lynn Woodgett (born November 15, 1980) known simply as Shanell or SnL, is an American singer and songwriter from Springfield, Massachusetts. She is signed to Lil Wayne's Young Money Entertainment, which was formerly an imprint of Birdman's Republic Records-distributed Cash Money Records.
Born in Anaheim, California Shanell was raised in Massachusetts and is the older sister of recording artist D. Woods. Her introduction to music was from her father, a Merrill Lynch Financial Advisor. A classically trained dancer in the disciplines of Jazz, ballet and modern dance, she began her career as a music video dancer for artists like Ciara. Dancing by day, Shanell penned songs by night to production from Iowa producer and friend Bangladesh, garnering a name for herself as a songwriter.
As a principal dancer for Ne-Yo, who later signed her to his publishing company, Shanell headed out on tour where she continued to record and hone her writing skills, penning songs for Danity Kane, Ne-Yo, Melanie Fiona, Kelis and Jennifer Hudson. She was introduced to Lil Wayne, who offered her a slot on his Young Money Entertainment roster, creative control of her projects, and the opportunity to join him on stage during his I Am Music Tour. Shanell was also on the 40-city I Am Music II Tour with Lil Boo, Lloyd Banks, Kidd Kidd, Kevin Kev and Big Dawg Movement which started in Hartford, CT July 13, 2011 and ended in Woodlands, TX September 11, 2011.
Most recently, Shanell released a visual for "Boy Stop Playin'" in January 2014, which was included on her June 2013 EP Midnight Mimosas.
|Title||Album details||Peak chart positions||Certifications|
|We Are Young Money||
|Young Money: Rise of an Empire||
|"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.|
|A Taste of Shanell aka Snl||
|Shut Up and Listen||
|Nobody's Bitch 2||
As lead artist
|2011||"My Button"||Non-album song|
|2012||"So Good" (featuring Lil Wayne and Drake)||Midnight Mimosas|
|"Last Time" (featuring Busta Rhymes)||Nobody's Bitch|
|2014||"Catch Me at the Light" (featuring Yo Gotti)||Young Money: Rise of an Empire|
|"Hittin Like" (featuring Chanel West Coast)|
|2015||I Can Be Your Stripper"||TBA|
As featured artist
|Year||Title||Peak chart positions||Album|
(Lil Wayne featuring Shanell)
(Muff Mommy featuring Shanell)
|–||–||–||–||Non-album single||"—" denotes releases that did not chart or receive certification.|
(Lucky Nick featuring Shanell)
|"My Weezy"||2008||Lil Wayne, Lil Twist, Tyga||Dedication 3|
|"I'm So Over You"|
|"Wayne On Me"||No Ceilings|
|"That's All I Have"||Lil Wayne, Tyga|
|"Handstand"||Nicki Minaj||Beam Me Up Scotty|
|"What a Girl||Gudda Gudda||Guddaville|
|"Sacrifice"||Gudda Gudda, Lil Wayne, Mack Maine|
|"Show Me Something New"||Jae Millz||The Virgo Mixtape: "He Nasty"|
|"Callin' Out"||2010||Gudda Gudda||Back 2 Guddaville|
|"Tell Me (Remix)"||Jae Millz||The Flood Continues|
|"Can't Nobody"||2011||New Boyz||Too Cool to Care|
|"Rather Be"||Benny Benassi||Electroman|
|"Kandle Light and Roses"||Blaqstarr||Blaqstarr The Mixtape|
|"Motivations"||2013||Quez||Black Boe Knows 2|
|"She Wanna Ride"||2014||Cash Out||Let's Get It|
|"Check"||Gucci Mane||The Return Of Mr. Perfect|
|"Admit It"||2015||Lil Wayne||Sorry 4 the Wait 2|
|"Duck"||Lil Wayne, Jae Millz, Gudda Gudda||No Ceilings 2|
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