Beabadoobee (real name—Beatrice Kristi Laus) is a talented singer-songwriter and musician from London, England. Not too long ago, the English-Filipina teen performed her “She Plays Bass” single (LIVE) during her Vevo session.
Beabadoobee – “She Plays Bass” (Live Performance) | Vevo
Vevo, the world’s largest all-premium music video provider, highlights artists who are shaping the future of music.
One of these artists is Beabadoobee, who is known for her soft, lo-fi folk sound. The bubbly entertainer emerged online in 2017 with her viral single, entitled, “Coffee”.
Only 17 at the time, she ended up signing with the Dirty Hit label, which issued her second EP, entitled, “Patched Up”, in 2018.
Beabadoobee – “She Plays Bass” music video
Beabadoobee, born in London to Filipino parents, is a name you should remember and an exciting artist to watch. She grew up listening to a mix of OPM (Filipino traditional and modern original music compositions) and ’80s pop ‘n’ rock music.
By her teens, she had discovered indie rock and was listening to artists like Kimya Dawson, Karen O & Yeah Yeah Yeahs, (Sandy) Alex G, and Florist. As well as The Beatles and Chet Baker.
In 2017, at the age of 17, she received her first guitar and quickly taught herself how to play by watching tutorial videos online. That same year, she recorded her “Coffee” song in a friend’s bedroom and uploaded it online.
Beabadoobee – “Coffee” music video
A mellow ditty inspired by her relationship with her then-boyfriend, “Coffee” went viral.
The labels took notice, and Beabadoobee issued her debut EP, entitled, “Lice” on Columbia before signing with the independent Dirty Hit (home to The 1975, Pale Waves, and Wolf Alice).
Check out Beabadoobee’s video performance of her “Tired” single to further understand why Vevo invited her on their platform.
Beabadoobee – “Tired” (Live Performance) | Vevo
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