First brought to our attention via the trans-atlantically extending hit of EDM trio Cash Cash’s “Take Me Home”, the tracks featured vocalist Bebe Rexha couldn’t have found herself involved within a more globally receiving club storming tune.
However, this is no way all the extent of pedigree that this emerging artist can claim to her own name before her debut single “I Can’t Stop Drinking About You” drops, as the youthful pop starlet already has other hits stashed away under her belt for other artists, including one immensely received track, since it was Bebe that originally wrote for herself a song titled “Monster Under The Bed” which became the Eminem and Rihanna hit “Monster”.
Bebe Rexha certainly has the style and image of a pop super star in the making, not forgetting to mention that her vocals whilst being extremely pop suited, harbour an intensity and depth that direct Bebe above any crowd of ordinary joe singers to that of a rapidly ascending bone fide pop star, if only that it is, that you might be first judging by the incredible performance given on “I Can’t Stop Drinking About You” alone.
Bebe has the vocal metal to match and effortlessly rise above all the hard hitting and propulsively driven electro beats directed at her within the soundtrack to “I Can’t Stop Drinking About You” to which there’s noticably also a genuine realness about the way Bebe delivers this. It is said that Bebe wrote the track after a break-up went bad, well evidently what went bad with the real life, has gone on to translate into the material of an official killer pop debut.