New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Two-time Grammy-nominated New York City native Bebe Rexha
is a musical force to be reckoned with. She has accumulated over 12 million overall single sales, over 6 billion total global streams, and a radio audience over 10 billion. Her debut, RIAA Gold album, Expectations (released June 2018) contained the massive single "I'm a Mess" and global chart-topping smash "Meant To Be
" (featuring Florida Georgia Line). #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for a record-setting 50 straight weeks, the longest reign ever by a female lead artist, "Meant To Be
" won Best Collaboration at the 2018 iHeart Radio Music
Awards. It was subsequently nominated for Best Country Duo/Group Performance at the 61st annual Grammy Awards® in February 2019, where Bebe was also nominated for Best New Artist.
Most recently, Bebe debuted her newest single, "Last Hurrah," which sets the stage for her upcoming second album release. Reviewing the song, Billboard said, "'Last Hurrah' is also a triumphant sequel to Rexha's last single, 'I'm a Mess.'"
One of the youngest artists to receive the Songwriters Hall Of Fame's prestigious Abe Olman Scholarship award (2012), Bebe formally burst onto the scene the following year, when she wrote "Monster," a worldwide hit for Eminem
that was certified 6x-platinum by the RIAA. Bebe went on to co-write and carry the instantly recognizable hook for the 3x-platinum "Hey Mama," by David
Guetta, Nicki Minaj
and Afrojack, nominated for a Billboard Music
Award for Top Dance/Electronic Song. Bebe also hit #1 on the Billboard Pop and Rap charts with her RIAA platinum "Me, Myself & I
" with G-Eazy. In 2017, Bebe released the critically acclaimed EPs, All Your Fault: Part 1 (with "I Got You
"), and All Your Fault: Part 2 (with "Meant To Be
"). Now in 2019, Bebe has amassed over 2 billion YouTube views and counting. In conjunction with Grammy® Week 2019, Bebe launched the Grammy® Music
Education Coalition's (GMEC) national campaign on behalf of its new All-Star Ambassador program, whose members also include Luis Fonsi, Rita Ora, Kristin Chenoweth, Regina
Spektor, War on Drugs, and others.