The best Lebanese party song is below, and thanks to Grace Deeb who made it happen. It was one of those singles released by Rotana on one of their collection albums for a young songstress. It's a sweet pop song where generations of people come together to celebrate and have a good time in their village. When I think about Lebanon, I find myself thinking of their Italian counterpart....where God, community, relaxed folks and great food meet.
The second album to be released was Ghinniyat Grace Deeb ... Aktar Min Gharam ("Grace Deeb's Songs ... More Than Love") on the 28th of February, 2006 and made great feedbacks all over the Arab world. Know this, Grace can beautifully sing in 8 languages.
Drinks, food, sharing, love and dance bring out the people in the sense of community. It's a new age song that incorporates old age style. It's a credit to Lebanese pop music and to the talented Grace Deep whose career has yet to peak.
Grace works now on many humanitarian issues mentioning; Associations that take care of elderly people, Abortion, AIDS (HIV) and Breast Cancer.
Grace finished a demo cd containing 8 songs in 8 languages to use it in her concerts around the world but not to be released in stores and with the end of 2009, Grace surprised everyone with her decision of leaving her production company Rotana and now she is working on her own.
Grace's recent works is a Christian CD called "Grace Deeb Singing From The Tent Of Praise" which included You Raise Me Up which is a re-make of Josh Groban's song. As for now Grace Deeb has found a lot of faith lately and has gone back to Christianity and Jesus.
Grace Deeb Ghinniyat غريس ديب - غنيات