Brazilian-born singer/songwriter Beea is a compelling female artist who has never doubted her creativity identity. Currently based in Los Angeles, California, Beea is fiercely individual, strong, and committed to delivering her message of empowerment to the world. She is a Latin woman in love with Black American music like Soul, Blues, and R&B, a crossover point that makes her unlike most contemporary vocalists. Her sound is organic and rooted in classic influences like Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, and Toni Braxton, then augmented with Beea’s personal style. She is a musician born to a musical father who has been on stage since the age of five and can’t imagine being anything else.
Beea’s latest release is the single “Ride or Die,” a raw, emotional track written after yet another real-life failed romance. The humanness and personal truth of the song are overwhelming and the track is a good starting point for those new to Beea’s magic. She is presently recording a new album for release in 2018 inspired by all she has experienced since moving to the USA. It is her effort to document and process all that has happened to her in this new life. One great thing that happened was getting the chance to perform at the Latin Grammys with Luis Fonsi’s band as a background vocalist on “Despacito.” The night was the biggest Latin music event of the year and was a huge milestone in Beea’s career.
Beea’s life and creative work both carry the same message of resilience and strength to those who are struggling. She is a deep, spiritual performer with iconic potential. Her skills and power will soon shake the world but those in the know are already paying attention.