. People go to clubs and pubs for entertainment. However, a Lebanese DJ believes that the nightlife in Beirut is a source of optimism and relief. DJ Tala Mortada is a famous artist in the liveliest party hubs in Beirut. According to her, music is the only escape from everyday life. https://www.facebook.com/refinery29/videos/10154471089752922/ An art director and a DJ, Mortada spreads positive vibes in Lebanon through her music. She works at The Grand Factory, a nightclub in Beirut, where she does the setup and works as a DJ at the same time. This nightclub doesn’t have the sole purpose of entertaining people. It also aims at raising awareness about many issues in Lebanon. In fact, The Grand Factory organizes clothes donations and encourages recycling. Music in Lebanon has many dimensions. It is slowly proving that it can bring people together. While music can fix our mood, it can also help us to change our community for the better.
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