London-based Lebanese singer-songwriter Bea Kadri first popped up on our radar when she dropped  “Knock Me Down” some years ago and now she is back with a new single “Outpour.” The track is an atmospheric piece that explores the concept of unrequited love and support from an unreliable partner. The record starts slow and builds up into a 2 part groove made up of sparse trap drums and smooth dance grooves. As usual, Bea Kadri delivers a stunning performance ripe with her sultry melodic runs and evocative lyrics. The record is produced by Arthur Francko.


“Outpour” is the first single off Bea’s upcoming debut album which centers around her experience in a serious long-distance relationship.

Lebanese singer/songwriter Bea Kadri is an up-and-coming R&B soulstress that just released her highly anticipated dance record “Pillow Talk” and will be releasing the “Pillow Talk: The Remixes” pack on September 3rd with DJ and producer Deemie that will have a “Beirut At Night Mix” (as Bea & Deemie are both Lebanese Expats , it’s a dedication to a hopeful revival of Beirut, The City & The Nightlife) and an energetic “Club Remix.” The tracks were made in collaboration with Italian DJ/producer Margoet Smith. You can listen to them here.

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