Bebe Rexha (born Bleta Rexha, 08.30.1989)
A New York-based pop singer-songwriter.
Music Career: Bebe Rexha's music career began when she joined Pete Wentz's (Fall Out Boy) side-project band Black Cards in 2010. She left in 2012.
She signed with Warner Bros. Records in 2013, and went on to write Selena Gomez' 'Like a Champion', Nikki Williams' 'Glowing' and Eminem and Rihanna's number one hit 'Monster'. She also wrote and featured on the Cash Cash song 'Take Me Home'.
Bebe's debut single was 2014's 'I Can't Stop Drinking About You'. She released two other singles that year and appeared on Pitbull's 'This Is Not A Drill'.
2015 saw the release of her debut EP 'I Don't Wanna Grow Up'. That year she also featured on David Guetta's 'Hey Mama' and co-released a single with G-Eazy called 'Me, Myself & I'.
In 2016 she teamed up with Nicki Minaj for the single 'No Broken Hearts' and with Martin Garrix for 'In the Name of Love'. She co-hosted the 2016 MTV Europe Music Awards and also released her single 'I Got You' - the first from her second EP 'All Your Fault: Pt. 1' which came the following year.
In 2017, she embarked on her first solo headline tour venture.
Personal Life: Bebe Rexha was born in Brooklyn, New York but raised in Staten Island. Her parents are from Macedonia.
She learned the trumpet, guitar and piano in elementary school, and went on to join a choir and appear in a number of musicals at Tottenville High School.
She won the Best Teen Songwriter award at the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences' annual Grammy Day.
Bebe Rexha at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards held at Madison Square Garden. Bruno Mars was the most successful winner this year, taking home seven awards altogether including Record of the Year - New York, New York, United States - Sunday 28th January 2018
Santa Claus and Bebe Rexha are pictured at the 2017 102.7 KIIS FM Jingle Ball Presented by Capital One, taking place at The Forum. The event saw performances from the likes of Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, The Chainsmokers, Kesha and others. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 1st December 2017
Pop singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha gets her own episode in docu-series 'The Ride'.
As part of MTV's 'The Ride' documentary series, the channel will be following international award-winning singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha on her journey to stardom. She started out as a behind-the-scenes pop songwriter and experimental band vocalist before beginning her migration into the spotlight.
Bebe Rexha at the iHeart Radio Music Awards
She's written hits for the likes of Eminem ('The Monster' ft. Rihanna), Iggy Azalea ('Team'), G-Eazy ('Me, Myself & I') and David Guetta ('Yesterday', 'Hey Mama'), but Bleta 'Bebe' Rexha has had quite the journey on her way to solo appreciation.
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Bebe Rexha is keen to get into the studio with 'Jealous' hitmaker Labrinth soon.
The 'I Got You' singer is massive fan of the British singer/songwriter, 28, and is hoping to work on some fresh new tunes with him when she has time off next.
She told KISS FM: ''We're having one day off, so I really want to get in with Labrinth. I think he's an incredible writer, there's something about him.''
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Bebe Rexha's was advised songwriting was the key to ''staying alive'' in the music industry.
Bebe Rexha's was told songwriting was the key to ''staying alive''.
The 27-year-old singer - who won Best Teen Song Writer at a National Academy of Recording Arts and Science Grammy aged 15 - has admitted Samantha Cox once told her the key to having a successful career is to pen hit songs for artists.
The blonde beauty told Stylist magazine: ''It was tough because I was thrown in with all these 40-year-old men. But I met this lady, Samantha Cox, who was working with Lady Gaga at the time. She believed in me and told me the key to staying alive is to be a songwriter.''
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