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Bebe Rexha Breaking Down Boundaries With New Album ‘Better Mistakes’

Bebe Rexha Breaking Down Boundaries With New Album ‘Better Mistakes’

Bebe Rexha

Global pop star Bebe Rexha is back with a new magnificent album ‘Better Mistakes‘ Featuring 13 Tracks

The music video for “Break My Heart Myself” featuring Travis Barker made its global broadcast premiere on MTV Live, MTVU and across MTV’s global network of channels, as well as on the Viacom CBS Times Square Billboard today.

Bebe says about the album, This is it! It’s everything I’ve always wanted an album to be. I’m not holding anything back about my life and who I am. I felt like all of this time and work allowed me to say everything I needed to. I hope you all love it as much as I do. It really is Bebe fucking Rexha.

Bebe Rexha gearing up to perform hits from the new record for the very first time. Audiences may enjoy repeat viewings for up to 24 hours after the livestream airs. 

Bebe Rexha - Better Mistakes
Bebe Rexha – Better Mistakes

She recently delivered the scorching late-night TV debut performance of “Sacrifice” on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Next up, she sits down with the women of ABC’s The View for a chat on May 10 before appearing on CBS This Morning for an interview on May 11. Also, on May 11, she’ll be a special guest on FOX’s The Real

Bebe architected a pop opus with Better Mistakes. The opener “Break My Heart Myself” [feat. Travis Barker] hinges on manic bursts of energy and her signature vocal acrobatics uplifted by stadium-ready drums courtesy of legendary blink-182 stickman Travis Barker. Creaky guitar cuts through a glitchy beat on “Die For A Man” [feat. Lil Uzi Vert] as Bebe promises, “I would never die for a man, change who I am. Meanwhile, elusive galactic hip-hop titan Lil Uzi Vert rolls through with a raw and rare cameo. Then, there’s “Amore” [feat. Rick Ross]. Her confident vocals set the stage for Rozay to pull up and do what he does with a gruff and laidback flow. The record culminates on “Mama.” Massive orchestral strings resound as she delivers one final anthem, this time, for her mom. The final confession says it all, “I messed up again, but I swear my heart is as gold as it gets.” Check out the tracklisting below.