With her warm and smoky voice, Lebanese soul singer ‘Frida’ sings of female empowerment and love. Her stories wrapped in songs are about inner strength and a return to nature. Frida’s music oscillates between oriental sensibility and cosmopolitan funkyness. Her performances are passionate and spirited, and her love of experimentation inevitably spills over into the audience. Discover ‘Dawararan’ the 8th February in Formula Indie

With her warm and smoky voice, Lebanese soul singer ‘Frida’ sings of female empowerment and love. Her stories wrapped in songs are about inner strength and a return to nature. Frida’s music oscillates between oriental sensibility and cosmopolitan funkyness. Her performances are passionate and spirited, and her love of experimentation inevitably spills over into the audience. Discover ‘Dawararan’ the 8th February in Formula Indie

Frida’s new album ”لأني أحب – the freedom to be” has many musical sources. The album truly captures the fusion between Classical Arabic and soul music and blends the crisp soulful tone of Frida with refined and vibrant rhythms, haunting bass lines and intricate Oud phrasing, courtesy of Félix Fivaz, Florian Bolliger and Wael Sami Elkholy. The album is both an ode to love and an invitation to embody freedom, to dance to the music of the spheres and to sing our joy of being, fully here in this now.

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