Bebe Rexha’s Debut Album ‘Expectations’ Is Out Now


It took Bebe Rexha 10 years to release her debut album, but the finished product was “Meant To Be.”

Bebe Rexha in an award-winning singer-songwriter and producer who has been in the music industry since 2010 when she became the lead vocalist for Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz’s Black Cards band.

Although her work has appeared on other artist’s albums, like David Guetta and G-Eazy, she hasn’t had an album to call her own, until now.

In an interview with Official Charts, Bebe Rexha talks the reason behind the album delay, and the genre changes she’s made throughout her career.

The thought of sharing a project that you’ve spent years working on can be daunting, even for talented artists like Rexha.

“It’s so scary putting an album out – I have anxiety attacks every day about it. I think, ‘no, it’s not done yet, I have to add another song’” shared the “Meant To Be” singer.

So what can you expect from Expectations?

“The songs are really honest. I’ve taken everything that’s inspired me that I love,” said Rexha. “At the beginning of my career I was more pop-rock and then I transitioned to more dance-electronic, and then back to rhythmic. That’s all of what I truly love.”

Me waiting for everyone’s reactions on Expectations 😂😂😂

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Expectations is available now for streaming and download.

If the “certified GOLD” status is anything to go by, we’re sure listening to it will be worth it.