Bebe Rexha - he.wikipedia.org
Cairo – 30 August 2017: “We're fighting to be ourselves in a world that's trying to make us like everyone else.” - Bebe Rexha
Bleta "Bebe" Rexha was born on August 30, 1989. She is an American singer, songwriter and record producer is best known as a featured guest vocalist on G-Eazy's "Me, Myself & I. She has co-written the chart-hit Eminem and Rihanna single "The Monster".
Both of her parents are Albanian. Her father immigrated to America at the age of 21. Her mother was born in the US to two a native Albanian family from Gostivar, Republic of Macedonia.
When Rexha met Pete Wentz Fall Out Boy's bassist in 2010 they began working together in New York City and then she became a member and the lead vocalist of his project the Black Cards. Solo success came soon after for Rexha as she departed the band in 2012. Only to sign a solo record deal with Warner Bros. Records in 2013.
Bleta means "bumble bee"; in Albanian, this is how Rexha came to give herself the nickname "Bebe".
Another Quote for the Road:
“I rolled up my sleeves and said, 'I want to make a mark on this world.”