Detroit was a touch depressed after Bebe Rexha’s halftime show at the yearly NFL game on Thanksgiving Day, in which she began singing a medley of her famous songs.
Her Nervous Performance
After the Detroit Lions, as well as Buffalo Bills, left the field for the mid-game break, Rexha joined the stage and sang a number of her popular songs, including a cover of the 2015 David Guetta/Nicki Minaj/Afrojack blockbuster “Hey Mama” in front of a set design reminiscent of the 1999 movie The Matrix. When Rexha abruptly stopped singing and started a dance-based collapse in the middle of the song, the crowd booed her loudly. They didn’t appear to dislike her performance, either; rather, it appeared that they were unwilling to see it.
Rexha’s next transition was the 2017 Florida Georgia Line-assisted track “Meant to Be,” and she finished the set with the present hit “I’m Good” (Blue), another Guetta song that significantly samples the 1998 Eiffel 65 classic “Blue (Da Ba Dee).” Following her performance, Rexha received another volley of apparent boos from the Ford Field audience. On Thursday morning, Rexha was asked on Twitter if she was nervous about the performance, to which she replied, “Yesssss.” Rexha’s halftime show was not well received by all Michigan fans, but her single “I’m Good (Blue),” which was released in August, quickly shot to the number one spot. The song peaked at No. 7 in the US, becoming Rexha’s highest-charting song since “I’m a Mess” debuted at No. 35 in 2018. It was also nominated for a Grammy for Best Dance/Electronic Recording.
Bebe Rexha Early Life
On August 30, 1989, Bleta Rexha was raised by parents of Albanian descent in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. Flamur Rexha, her father, moved to the United States at the age of 21 after being born in Debar, North Macedonia, which was then a part of Yugoslavia. Bukurije Rexha, her mother, was born in America to an Albanian household with ties to Gostivar, North Macedonia. Florent is the brother of Rexha. Rexha studied the guitar and piano and played the trumpet.
Rexha participated in several musical productions while attending Tottenville High School on Staten Island. While in high school, she joined the chorus as well. She found out that she had a coloratura soprano voice after joining the choir. Rexha has referred to her gender as “fluid” and is a passionate advocate of the LGBTQ+ community. Rexha disclosed that she has a bipolar condition on April 15, 2019.
In 2010, Rexha and Pete Wentz started working together in a New York City music studio after they first met. She joined Black Cards, Wentz’s new band, and took on the role of lead vocalist. They performed multiple live performances and put out several songs and remixes. To focus on other projects, she quit the band in 2012. Later that year, in recognition of her services as a composer to Black Cards, she received the Abe Olman Scholarship.
She earned a solo artist contract with Warner Bros. Records in 2013. She has already started working on numerous tracks, including “Glowing” by Selena Gomez. The 4th track from Eminem’s album “The Marshall Mathers LP 2,” “The Monster,” was her largest songwriting assignment in 2013. It included Rihanna. The song topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 charts and was recognized with a Grammy for Best Rap Performance. Rexha contributed to the song “Take Me Home” by Cash Cash later that year. In Australia and the UK, the song reached its highest point among the top ten charts. On March 21, 2014, she released her first track, “I Can’t Stop Drinking About You.” On the US Leading Heatseekers chart, it reached its peak at No. 22.
1. When is Bebe Rexha’s birthday? Ans.
August 30, 1989
2. What is the net worth of Bebe Rexha?
Ans. $5 million
3. What is the age of Bebe Rexha?
Ans. 33 years