|Birth Name:||Bleta Rexha|
|Net Worth:||$4 million|
Bebe Rexha Songs usually are filled with her as guest feature vocalist. Most of the songs are on Billboard Hot 100 charts. Bebe has an estimated net worth of $4 million.
Bebe Rexha is the singer of the song “No Broken Hearts”, “I Got You” released in March 2016. Bebe Rexha is notable guest featured vocalist of the songs G-Eazy‘s “Me, Myself & I”, David Guetta’s “Hey Mama”, Martin Garrix’s “In the Name of Love” and Cash Cash’s “Take Me Home”. All the songs above are on Billboard Hot 100 charts. Her albums include All Your Fault: Pt. 1& 2 in 2017.
Belta “Bebe” Rexha on August 30, 1989, was born in Brooklyn, New York to parents of Albanian ethnicity. Her father is Flamur Rexha and mother Burkurije Rexha. Both of the parents are Albanian from the Republic of Macedonia with differences of Debar and Gostivar descendant. Bebe’s father was born in his home country while mother born in the US. The Albanian meaning of Belta is “bumble bee” and gave her name “Bebe” for the stage as a derivation. Belta’s family moved to Staten Island, New York at her age of 6.
Rexha plays the trumpet for over nine years and alongside teaching herself to play guitar and piano while at an elementary school. Rexha’s High School was Tottenville High School on Staten Island alongside became a participant in diverse musicals. She found out as a high school choir the nature of her voice to be a coloratura soprano.
Rexha while still, teen submitted her song performance at annual Grammy Day events. The song recorded at National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences earns “Best Teen Song Writer” among 700 entrants. She earns to sign a contract with the talent scout Samantha Cox and gets encouragements to enrol into songwriting classes in New York City.
Bebe Rexha songs inspirations came from Fall Out Boy’s bassist Pete Wentz on a collaborative work at a recording studio in New York City in 2010. Wentz includes Bebe as a member and a lead vocalist of an experimental band of him named Black Cards. The band gets various live shows and releases several singles and remixes. Rexha leaves the band along with the consultation to Wentz in January 2012.
Bebe signs into Warner Bros. Records as a solo artist in 2013. Same periods, Bebe starts to write songs, with exemplary inclusions, to Selena Gomez’ “Like a Champion” and Nikki Williams’ “Glowing”. Bebe’s notable and biggest songwriting effort of the period was Eminem and Rihanna’s song “The Monster”. The song gets a release as the fourth singles from Eminem’s album The Marshall Mathers LP 2. The song gets on the charts for the US Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. Bebe gets to feature as a guest on Cash Cash’s single “Take Me Home” in the period of 2013.
Her debut single “I can’t Stop Drinking About You” releases on March 21, 2014, peaking #22 on Billboard’s Top Heatseekers chart. The music video of the song releases with inspiration from the visual content of movies Girl, Interrupted and Melancholia on 12 August 2014. Then, series of events occurs with artist picking her up as guest feature artist during the period. She was a feature on NBC’s Today and Elvis Duran’s Artist of the Month performing her single debut.
In the late period of 2014 Bebe Rexha songs single “I’m Gonna Show You Crazy” and “Gone” releases. Warner Bros. Records on May 12, 2015, releases her debut EP, “I Don’t Wanna Grow Up”. The song was co-written by Bebe, Nicki Minaj and Afrojack without initial credit, “Hey Mama” David Guetta’s singles releases in 2015. In the end, she gets the credit for her work. The song single of David Guetta peaks #8 on Billboard Hot 100 with more than 1.1million downloads in the month of June.
In October 2015, collaborative lyrics and feature Bebe Rexha songs “Me, Myself & I” alongside G-Eazy peaks #7 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was an original piece for Bebe, with her bringing up the song idea to G-Eazy and gets feature during the chorus.
Bebe Rexha songs single “No Broken Hearts” releases in March 2016 featuring Nicki Minaj. The song was the product of a meeting with Minaj’s manager, Gee Roberson and request for the new song contribution in 2016. The same year director Dave Meyer leads to release the music video in April 2016 with over 165 million views on YouTube.
In July 2016 Bebe Rexha songs single on collaboration with a Dutch DJ and producer Martin Garrix gets a release. The title of the song was “In the Name of Love”. The song peaks #24 on US Billboard Hot 100 and #4 on US Hot Dance/Electronic Songs. Producer Martin Garrix releases the music video for song on his YouTube channel
In the late period of that year, Rexha becomes the host of 2016’s MTV Europe Music Awards in Rotterdam, Netherlands. She performs Bebe Rexha songs single “I Got You”.
In 2017 Rexha releases her second album All Your Fault: Pt. 1 and peaks 51 on the Billboard 200. The song “I Got You” peaks #17 on US Billboard Pop Songs and #43 on US Billboard Hot 100. In early 2017 she announces All Your Fault Tour and began on March 1, 2017, in Dallas.
The same year in May a documentary Bebe Rexha: The Ride airs on MTV exploring changes during the journey to stardom. The end of the first half of the year Bebe Rexha songs single “The Way I Are (Dance with Somebody): featuring Lil Wayne gets a release. She even sang the National Anthem for the 2017 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Marlins Park in Miami, Florida. Bebe continues to get a featured vocalist on other singer’s songs throughout.
In 2015 Bebe is a nominee of Teen Choice Awards, MTV Europe Music Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, NRJ Music Award, iHeartRadio Music Awards and Billboard Music Award. She is a winner of BMI London Awards, BMI Pop Awards and International Dance Music Awards.