Shalabee Ibrahim (born March 30, 1997) is a Maldivian singer. Born in Mulah, Maldives, his career began upon participating in the reality show Maldivian Idol (2016), in which he was awarded as the first runner up of the show.
Shalabee Ibrahim studied from Al-Madhrasathul Arabiyyathul Islamiyya. He was a prefect and participated in several Quran reciting competitions. He participated in the National Quran Competition for more than 9 times and has repeatedly being awarded; also winning the 2nd place from the whole competition once. Regarding his studies, Shalabee said; "It was good till grade 9. Afterwards, I quit. I always have to get ready for the exams after memorising something. I never understand it to that extent, and there is a lack of interest". After completing grade 9, he found a new interest in boduberu and started performing boduberu along with some of his friends.
In 2015, Ibrahim participated in the Boduberu Challenge, where he was the lead singer of the boduberu group Dhammaanu. At the end of the show, he was awarded as the best singer of the season. The same year, he auditioned for the first season of Maldivian Idol and was chosen as the first runner-up of the show.
On 30 June 2016, Shalabee released his fist studio album. Titled Hidhaaee Noor, it was an album of hymns and was launched by Former President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom who also penned lyrics for one of the songs from the album.
Besides his career in music, Ibrahim has also showed interest in contributing to various charities. In 2016, he decided to cover study related costs of a special needs child for 1 year.