Yasmine Hamdan paved her own path sonically and reached global stages by establishing a sound like no one else. Growing up in different cultures, starting one of the first underground projects in postwar Beirut and working with the industry’s finest, she evidently draws inspiration from every step of her journey. Following Revolver’s interview with Hamdan, we asked her to compile a mixtape that sums up all these steps and we present you a curation of Yasmine’s biggest musical influences, old and new.


Two tracks, Al balabil’s Mashina and an unnamed track from Souad Abdullah were not found on Spotify