BEBE REXHA RELEASES
THIRD ALBUM “BEBE”
Today, multi-platinum hitmaker Bebe Rexha unleashes her long-awaited third album “Bebe” via Warner Records. Listen HERE. Featuring an arsenal of bona fide hits and soon-to-be radio staples, including “Seasons,” her breathtaking new duet with Dolly Parton, the record encapsulates the depth and breadth of Rexha’s artistry. “Seasons” arrives with a black-and-white music video that captures the collaborators’ creative chemistry in a raw, intimate performance. Watch it HERE.
Stacked with hits, “Bebe” includes “I’m Good (Blue),” the pop star’s global chart-topping collaboration with David Guetta, as well as her infectious, disco-inspired single “Heart Wants What It Wants,” the empowering club banger “Call on Me,” and recently released stoner anthem “Satellite” featuring Snoop Dogg. As eclectic as they are, none feel like quite as much of a departure — or perhaps a homecoming — than “Seasons,” an understated country ballad boasting the vocals of the legendary Dolly Parton.
Bebe Rexha / Dolly Parton above
Over simple percussion and acoustic guitar picking, Rexha and Parton explore the profound, often lonely ebbs and flows of life. “I lie awake inside a dream, and I run, run, run away from me,” they sing on the chorus. “The seasons change right under my feet, I’m still the same, same, same — same old me.” That striking vulnerability is reflected in the song’s video, which captures a suitably raw, unfiltered performance.
After cutting her teeth as an in-demand songwriter (she penned Eminem and Rihanna’s “The Monster,” among other hits), Rexha started churning out smashes of her own including multi-platinum G-Eazy collaboration “Me, Myself & I” and Martin Garrix-produced club sensation “In The Name Of Love.” In 2017, she struck gold with “Meant To Be,” a country duet with Florida Georgia Line that was certified Diamond (10x Platinum).
She earned her third Grammy nomination this year with “I’m Good (Blue),” competing for Best Dance/Electronic Recording. The Platinum-certified global hit just won Dance Song of the Year at the 2023 iHeart Radio Music Awards and won Best Collaboration at the 2023 MTV EMAs.
Now, over the course of 12 perfectly crafted pop songs, Rexha reminds us that she’s not only one of the most consistent artists in the game, but also one of the most adventurous.
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