Michal Šelep was born in 1992 in Kežmarok Slovakia. After being inspired by the french electronic music composer Jean-Michel Jarre, he started playing the keyboard at the age of 4, and received his first lessons piano lessons at 10, but stopped after two years.
During his teens, he got immersed in hip-hop music which brought him to funk and jazz. At 16, he started to play the bass guitar and started learning from the internet and Youtube videos, and also by jamming with friends and playing in church.

In 2011, Michal started studying bass guitar and music theory with Anthony Wellington, worldwide known bass educator and bassist for Victor Wooten band. He spent two tenures studying with Anthony in the USA in 2012 and 2014, as well as studying via Skype when home.
In 2014, He received the first Fodera - Compito scholarship to attend the Victor Wooten Bass/ Nature Camp in Nashville, where he studied with Victor, Anthony, JD Blair, Futureman, Steve Bailey, Chuck Rainey, Danny Gottlieb and others.

After returning to Slovakia, Michal started studying music with legendary Slovak guitar player, Andrej Šeban as well as finished studying psychology at the Commenius University, Bratislava. Meanwhile, he had the honor to play with some of the best Slovak musicians including Andrej Šeban, Martin Valihora, Marcel Buntaj, Peter Lipa, Martin Geišberg, Ján Fabrický, Zuzana Mikulcová, Lucie Bílá, Veronika Strapková, Katka Ščevlíková Moe, Andrej Hruška, Matej Mikloš, Ľuboš Ambrozai, Valér Miko, Michal Fedor, Štefan Szabó, and many others.

Michal currently resides in Bratislava with his wife Miriama, plays with various bands around Slovakia and studies jazz upright bass performance at the Janáček Academy of Arts in Brno, CZ.

He plays Accuracy Basses and uses Aguilar amplification and DR strings.