New album 'Hazatalálok' released. Bea Palya is a distinctive figure of the Hungarian world music and songwriter scene. Her early career was influenced by Hungarian folk songs mixed with Bulgarian, Jewish and Gypsy music as a result of her inquiry to learn more about her ethnical roots. Bea takes traditional elements and builds something completely new from them that even hit radio stations like to pick up.
Bea Palya (Hungarian pronunciation: ; born in Makó, 11 November 1976) is a Hungarian folk and world music singer and songwriter, sometimes appearing in films as actress or singer. She is known in her country as "Palya Bea" since Hungarian uses the family name first. In her early years she was influenced by Hungarian folk songs, Bulgarian, Jewish and Gypsy music, following her multiple ethnical roots.
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Heading down the path begun with her highly successful album entitled Nő (a pun on woman and grow), Bea Palya continues the tradition she herself created. She sings about all of us, while dissecting questions of her own; she questions everyone, while reserving the most important questions for herself. Her concerts typically feature tunes such as Szabadon (Free), which has the most views on Youtube; Suttognak a vének (The Elders are Whispering), which puts concertgoers in a trance; A nő (Woman), which celebrates womanhood in its many forms; and the irresistibly catchy Szaladós (Racing).