Bebe Rexha





Bebe Rexha is a 24 year old recording artist hailing out of Brooklyn, NY, born from Albanian parents. Bebe got her first break as the front woman for the Pete Wentz project, Black Cards. Bebe sharpened her chops on the road opening up for acts like Travis McCoy, Panic & The Disco and Bon Jovi, to name a few. The project never fully got off the ground, as Pete decided to rejoin forces with his long time band, Fall Out Boy, but Bebe wasn't stopping there.

Bebe started writing songs for her debut project, and found her self collaborating with upcoming and established acts as a songwriter for their projects. Bebe penned the Top 15 debut hit, Glowing, for Island Records newcomer Nikki Williams. She also co-penned Eminem's chart topping smash, ""The Monster"", that spent 5 weeks at #1 on the Billboard Charts. Her original demo version leaked online, and has garnered rave reviews.

Bebe enjoyed recent mainstream success as the writer and featured artist on the debut single for red hot DJ trio, Cash Cash, on their song ""TAKE ME HOME".

In early 2014, Billboard Magazine identified Bebe as an ""Artist That Will Help Define 2014"", alongside other upstarts such as Sam Smith, Sage The Gemini and Foxes to name a few.

Bebe is signed to a worldwide recording deal with Warner Bros. Records. Her debut single is called "I Can't Stop Drinking About You", and the album will be released in early 2015.