Bebe Rexha Albums Ranked

Bleta Rexha (born August 30, 1989), known professionally as Bebe Rexha is an American singer and songwriter. After signing with Warner Bros. Records in 2013, Rexha received songwriting credits on Eminem’s single “The Monster” (which later received the Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Performance) and has also contributed songwriting to songs recorded by Shinee, Selena Gomez, and Nick Jonas.[5][6][7][8][9] Rexha released her debut extended play in 2015, I Don’t Wanna Grow Up, which saw the moderate commercial success of the singles “I Can’t Stop Drinking About You” and “I’m Gonna Show You Crazy”. Rexha released two additional extended plays in 2017, All Your Fault: Pt. 1 and All Your Fault: Pt. 2, which again saw the moderate success of the singles “I Got You” and “The Way I Are (Dance with Somebody)”. Rexha has also seen success with several collaborations including “Hey Mama” with David Guetta, Nicki Minaj and Afrojack, “Me, Myself & I” with G-Eazy, “In the Name of Love” with Martin Garrix, and “Meant to Be” with Florida Georgia Line, the latter of which had large success as a country crossover single, peaking at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States. Rexha’s debut studio album, Expectations (2018), reached number 13 on the Billboard 200 chart in the United States and saw the success of its lead single, “I’m a Mess”, and brought Rexha two nominations for Best New Artist and Best Country Duo/Group Performance at the 61st Grammy Awards. Rexha released her second studio album, Better Mistakes, in 2021. Here are all of Bebe Rexha’s albums ranked.

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2. Better Mistakes (2021)

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“For the most part, the production leans in on the standard blend of pop and R&B melodies, usually accompanied by trap beats. Some songs delve further into the emo-inspired side of the trap, having a more introspective lens in the lyrics and maybe a guitar riff leading the rhythm here and there. “Sacrifice” is the only high energy offering: a house song appealing to the European mainstream led by a driving piano riff and drop, complete with a pitch-shifted but catchy hook. The ballads are thickly laden with delicate guitar and strings, though are still grounded into the album’s general sound design by their drum patterns, throbbing synth lines, or light trap influences. Perhaps the only missing trend is the disco revival which is understandable as it is, outside of “Future Nostalgia” and a handful of one-off singles, far from the dominant trend in the mainstream.”

1. Expectations (2018)

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“This is a very interesting album. Even though she was apparently big 2 years ago, I only discovered Rexha today for the first time, from her song “I’m A Mess”- a deliciously creepy and catchy track that I can’t decide if I love, hate or am indifferent to. I watched a couple of her other music videos before listening to a whole album. “Meant To Be” was pleasant and has a very infectious hook, but is a little overproduced. “I Got You” just struck me as not a very good song.”