Bebe Rexha has a $5 million net worth as an American singer, songwriter, and record producer. Pop and R&B are two of her musical styles. In the United States, Canada, Denmark, Germany, New Zealand, and Sweden, Rexha’s single “Me, Myself & I” (with G-Eazy) hit the Top 10.
Her collaboration with Martin Garrix, “In the Name of Love,” hit the Top 10 in Australia, Denmark, Italy, New Zealand, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Rexha has also appeared on numerous other singles, including David Guetta’s “Hey Mama” with Nicki Minaj and Afrojack, which reached #1 on the US Dance chart, Nico & Vinz’s “That’s How You Know” featuring Kid Ink, and Cash Cash’s “Take Me Home.” Selena Gomez, Eminem, Pitbull, David Guetta, Bella Thorne, Havana Brown, G-Eazy, Iggy Azalea, and Nick Jonas are among the artists she has written or co-produced for.
Awards And Achievements
Singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha made her name as a teenager when she won her first songwriting prize. The “Best Teen Songwriter” award was given to Rexha after she beat out 700 other contestants to perform at the annual “Grammy Day” event of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences. As a member of the experimental electro-music band Black Cards, established by Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz, she was granted the Abe Olman Scholarship in 2012 for her songwriting contributions during this period.
In 2015, Rexha won her first major songwriting prize for Eminem’s “The Monster” at the BMI Pop Awards. It was later that year when she was nominated for MTV Europe Music Awards, NRJ Music Awards, and TCA for her role on “Hey Mama,” which she co-wrote and sang on with David Guetta.
At a recording studio in New York City, Rexha met Pete Wentz in 2010 and began working with him. She joined Wentz’s new band Black Cards as a member and the main vocalist. They performed at a number of venues and released a number of songs and remixes in the process.
In 2012, she departed the band to pursue other interests. For her work as a lyricist on Black Cards, she was later recognized with the Abe Olman Scholarship in the following year.
She became a solo artist with Warner Bros. Records in 2013. Selena Gomzez’s “Glowing” was one of the many songs she had already written. “The Monster,” Eminem and Rihanna’s fourth single from “The Marshall Mathers LP 2,” was her biggest songwriting project of 2013. The song earned a Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Performance in the United States Billboard Hot 100. Later that year, Rexha collaborated with Cash Cash on the song “Take Me Home,” which she co-wrote and sang on. In the UK and Australia, the song reached the top ten of the charts.
On March 21, 2014, Rexha released “I Can’t Stop Drinking About You,” her first song. When it came to the US Top Heatseekers list, it peaked at number 22. In addition to “I’m Gonna Show You Crazy” and “Gone,” she has released two more singles. On May 12, 2015, she released her debut EP, “I Don’t Wanna Grow Up.”
Me, Myself & I” by G-Eazy, which Rexha co-wrote and performed on, peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the US Pop Songs chart in January 2015. A new song with Nicki Minaj, “No Broken Hearts,” was released in March 2016.
The following month, the video was uploaded, and as of 2021, it had approximately 300 million views on YouTube. “I Got You,” her follow-up single, went to number 43 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. On February 17th, 2017, she released her new EP, “All Your Fault: Pt. 1.” The Billboard 200 charted it at No. 51. This is Rexha’s first solo headlining tour since she launched her EP across North America and Europe back in March of this year.
In May 2017, MTV released a documentary called “Bebe Rexha: The Ride,” which chronicled the pivotal periods in her life and her rise to fame. Louis Tomlinson, a member of One Direction, released “Back to You” alongside Rexha as a featured artist later that summer.
The Billboard Hot 100 charted it at No. 40. Featuring Lil Wayne, Rexha’s “The Way I Are (Dance with Somebody)” debuted on May 19, 2017. On October 24, 2017, she released “Meant to Be,” the second single from her EP “All Your Fault: Pt. 2.” US Hot Country Songs charted it for 50 weeks at number one.