Release Date for Bebe Rexha’s New Album Pushed Back

She is a hit machine like no other. The New Yorker singer Bebe Rexha wrote the chorus for Eminem’s smash hit “The Monster”, sang on and wrote the hook for David Guetta’s “Hey Mama”, collaborated with G-Eazy on “Me, Myself and I” (which she also produced and co-wrote) and is currently topping the charts with Martin Garrix. Bebe is in all of our heads.

And now, she wants to do exactly that all by herself, too. Bebe is currently in full preparation for the release of her debut album, titled “A.Y.F.”. It will include collaborations with G-Eazy, Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign. To promote her upcoming record, she just released its second single, titled “I Got You”. It is a catchy and highly radio-friendly song that is sure to be the next big hit. She already performed it in front of a huge “U” during the MTV EMA’s and during the Swedish version of “Idol”. The singer also filmed a music video in the desert, due to be released over the course of the next couple of weeks.

And here comes the sad part. According to a recent post on the VH1 website, “All Your Fault” is apparently now due in February 2017. After first moving the date back from October to January- as she wanted “to put out stuff in the right order”, according to her Twitter- this is another push-back for her much anticipated first album.

Luckily for us, this is only one month more than already anticipated. Plus, we still have a lot of things to look forward to. Her new video will be released soon. Plus an already filmed video for her collaboration with G-Eazy on a track titled “F*** Fake Friends” is also ready for take-off. When those things end up seeing the light of day remains unknown though.

To pass the time, go check out Bebe’s latest song “I Got You”, if you haven’t already. It’s really really good.

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