Beabadoobee, whose real name is Beatrice Laus, is a British-Filipino singer, songwriter, and musician. She gained significant attention and popularity through her lo-fi indie pop and bedroom pop music. Beabadoobee was born on June 3, 2000, in Iloilo City, Philippines, and raised in London, England.

Beabadoobee rose to prominence after her song “Coffee” went viral on the streaming platform Spotify in 2017. The track was later re-released by the independent record label Dirty Hit, and she signed with them. In 2018, Beabadoobee released her debut EP titled “Lice,” followed by “Patched Up” and “Loveworm.” 



“Coffee” – This song gained significant attention and was the one that first brought Beabadoobee into the spotlight. It showcases her signature lo-fi indie pop sound and introspective lyrics.

“Care” – Released as part of her debut studio album “Fake It Flowers,” this song combines catchy guitar riffs with Beabadoobee’s emotive vocals. It explores themes of self-care and vulnerability.

“She Plays Bass” – An energetic and empowering track, “She Plays Bass” features Beabadoobee’s grungy and distorted guitar sound. It’s a standout song that showcases her versatility as an artist.

“Worth It” – With its dreamy melodies and intimate lyrics, “Worth It” is a heartfelt ballad that resonates with listeners. It reflects on the struggles and self-doubt often experienced in relationships.

“Disappear” – Released as a single in 2020, “Disappear” combines Beabadoobee’s introspective songwriting with an atmospheric and dreamy musical backdrop. It showcases her ability to create a captivating sonic atmosphere.