Exotic and Enticing “Beirut Blues” by Misa


Beirut, a vibrant city of contrasts, wild nightlife and bustling street markets, intense spice aromas and jasmine, but for singer-songwriter Misa, most importantly, a city of hearts.

Misa is a singer-songwriter who grew up in Beirut but is now based in London. She composed “Beirut Blues” as a tribute to her beautiful old city.

She performs this song in her native tongue, Lebanese, if you don’t speak Lebanese, don’t worry… an understanding of this language is not necessary to enjoy this song, as Misa paints a vivid picture through sounds, music, tone, and emotion.

Close your eyes, and allow Misa to transport you to a mystical land of beauty and intrigue.

As the song opens, we are immediately transported to the streets of Beirut with sounds from a bustling market, which sets the scene perfectly, welcoming you into her city of magic and mystery.

An exotic and captivating atmosphere is created by Misa, as she sings with intense sensuality and wonderful expressiveness. Her tone is alluring and captivating, staying with the listener for hours after, reminding you to return for more.

The guitar plays a major focus in this song, performing hauntingly beautiful riffs with a blues fusion feel. Misa and the guitar seem to be performing a dance, expertly weaving in and out of one another, creating an impressive effect.

Misa has a unique sound which she has been developing since immersing herself into her music career two years ago.

Music has always been a great love and passion for Misa, describing it as the core of her life. And after finding herself at a personal crossroads, she found inner strength through her music.

Her songs are a collection and expression of her personal journey and evolution as a singer-songwriter. With soulful melodies, emotionally provocotive lyrics, and hypnotic vocals, Misa will charm any listener.


If you enjoy music from artists such as Amy Winehouse or Ellie Goulding then Misa will fit perfectly on your playlist. Remember to follow and support this artist here: