Grace Deeb combines eastern and western cultures
Lebanese singer Grace Deeb is currently in the process of recording the songs for her new album that is set to be out early this summer. Grace's album will be a blend of Arabic, English and French songs using the right mix of eastern and western instruments.
According to the London based Elaph, Grace writes and composes her own songs ever she was a young girl. She has her own band that performs many different styles of music, which includes Arabic, French, English, Spanish, Italian, Greek, Mexican, and Latin. She had recently completed shooting a new music video for the hit single "Comme Toi" under the direction of Suhail Al Abdoul, but it was never released for reasons unknown.
Recently, Grace sang a duet with Lebanese singer Assi Hilani in the song "In Kan Alaya" (If It Was Up To Me), which witnessed a huge success and helped her popularity grow among Arab listeners. Coming from a family of musicians, she brings a new and fresh style to singing, way different than what we keep hearing over and over again.
Grace holds performances all over Lebanon at grand hotels and nightclubs. She also sings at private parties and weddings. –Albawaba.com
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