Lebanese singer/songwriter, Bea Kadri has unleashed her new single, “Outpour,” about her long-distance romance.
In this track, Bea’s feels vulnerable and exposed as she realizes the consequences of supporting a partner that isn’t showing up for himself or allowing her in. Outdoor was written by Bea and produced by Arthur Francko, who is Swedish.
Bea’s unique way of narrating her own personal stories was greatly influenced by the R&B, pop, and hip-hop music of the 1990s, which she listened to when she was growing up.
Bea’s music has a laid-back and seductive vibe, while her writing gives a more personal look into the mind of the artist. Her lyrics revolve around self-discovery, empowerment, and all topics about the heart.
Bea returned to school to get a master’s degree in music business management after moving to London in 2018. At the same time, she worked on developing her own voice and talent.
The ups and downs of long-distance relationships will be the primary focus of the album’s lyrics and music. Since 2018, Bea has put out a few songs, and her music has been streamed more than 1.29 million times.