Beatrice Deer

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Beatrice Deer, Montreal 2014-08-02

Beatrice Deer is a Canadian Inuk singer from Quaqtaq, Quebec. She released her debut album, Just Bea, in 2005, and won a Canadian Aboriginal Music Award for Best Inuit/Cultural Album.[1] In 2010, she released her self-titled album, Beatrice Deer, and later that same year, she released a Christmas album, An Arctic Christmas.

Biography[edit]

Deer is of Inuk descent and was born in Quaqtaq.[2] She is the cousin of Jaaji Uppik of the band Twin Flames.[3]

Beatrice Deer performs throughout the north with her band.

Discography[edit]

  • Just Bea (2005)
No. Title Length
1. "True Angel" 3:22
2. "My Friends" 2:35
3. "Live With It" 2:59
4. "Ilangani" 2:31
5. "Do I" 4:10
6. "Life in the North" 3:50
7. "Sad Song" 5:12
8. "Nalligivagit" 5:35
9. "Nalligivagit (Remix)" 5:21
  • Beatrice Deer (2010)
No. Title Length
1. "Come With Me" 3:17
2. "Missed You" 3:25
3. "Ilaapik" 4:25
4. "Langasivunga" 6:00
5. "Another Chance Of Hope" 2:55
6. "Nunaga" 4:18
7. "Take Me As I Am" 4:17
8. "Pride" 4:48
  • Fox (2015)
No. Title Length
1. "Competition (feat. Akinisie Sivuarapik)" 1:17
2. "Painng" 3:36
3. "Uvikkaulaukagit" 4:16
4. "Relocation" 5:19
5. "Katatjaniq (feat. Akinisie Sivuarapik)" 0:29
6. "Fox (feat. Johnny Griffin)" 3:32
7. "Pisiq (feat. Louisa Kulula)" 0:39

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Beatrice Deer". Northern Lights Trade Show 2008. Retrieved 31 March 2011. 
  2. ^ "Beatrice Deer's new EP combines the modern and traditional". CBC News. 21 March 2015. Retrieved 21 October 2017. 
  3. ^ "Nunavik’s Jaaji Uppik finds his voice". Nunatsiaq News, March 31, 2014.