Hey loves,

I wanted to take a moment to reflect on some of the collaborations that have shaped me as an artiste. Working with other musicians has always been such a rewarding experience for me, not only creatively but also personally. Each collaboration has brought something unique and special to my music, helping me grow and evolve as an artiste.

One of the first collaborations that really stood out to me was working with Powfu on our track "Death Bed (Coffee for Your Head)". It was amazing to see how our different styles blended together so seamlessly, creating a song that resonated with so many people around the world. The process of writing and recording this song taught me so much about collaboration and the power of combining different talents.

Another collaboration that had a big impact on me was working with No Rome on "Hurry Home". No Rome is such an incredibly talented musician, and getting the chance to work with him was truly inspiring. Our creative energies just clicked, and we were able to create something really special together. This collaboration pushed me out of my comfort zone in all the best ways possible.

Collaborating with artists like Jay Som, Cautious Clay, and Blackbear has also played a significant role in shaping my sound as an artiste. Each one brought their own unique perspective and style to our projects, pushing me to explore new musical avenues I may not have considered before.

But perhaps one of the most impactful collaborations I've had is working alongside The 1975's Matty Healy on several tracks including "If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know)" . Matty's guidance and mentorship have been invaluable to my growth as both a musician

and person; he challenges

me constantly

to push myself beyond what I think is possible. Overall these collaborations have helped shape who I am today, pushing me to continually strive for excellence

in everything I do.

Love always, Beabadoobee