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Bebe Rexha

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30, 1989
Brooklyn, NY
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30, 1989 (age 29)
Brooklyn, NY


Albanian singer best known as the lead vocalist for the band Black Cards and for her songwriting contributions to various artists. She collaborated with G-Eazy on the immensely popular "Me, Myself & I" and Martin Garrix's "In the Name of Love."

Before Fame

She got her start acting in musicals like Hello, Dolly! and Jesus Christ Superstar.  


She wrote the #1 hit 2013 song "The Monster," performed by Eminem and Rihanna, as well as songs for Selena Gomez and Nick Jonas, among others.

Family Life

She was raised by Flamur and Bukurije Rexha in New York alongside her brother, Florent. Her father moved to the US from Albania when he was 21 and her mother, though born in New York, grew up in an Albanian family.

Associated With

She and Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz played together as members of the band Black Cards.