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Bebe Rexha may be new as a touring artist, but she has already scored plenty of hits in the last few years – mostly for others. But now the Brooklyn, N.Y.-born singer and songwriter is poised to conquer the concert stage as a star in her own right.

She wrote “The Monster” for Eminem and Rihanna, “This Is Not A Drill” for Pitbull and “All Hands On Deck” for Tinashe. And she sang on them, too.

Rexha began writing for herself, and struck gold this year with the track “No Broken Hearts” featuring Nicki Minaj, which leads her upcoming debut album release.


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Bebe Rexha

There’s no doubt Rexha has made her mark in the recording studio, with her powerhouse voice and production. After all, she’s accumulated more than 10 million overall single sales, 800 million Spotify streams, 1 billion combined YouTube/VEVO views and reached a global audience with radio play.

On the road, she has toured supporting Nick Jonas and scorched the stage of the 2015 Vans Warped Tour, emerging as one of its most notable acts.

But if that wasn’t enough to catch peoples’ attention, her recent star turn as host of the MTV Europe Awards did, including a performance of “I Got You” that won her rave reviews.


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Bebe Rexha

William Morris Endeavor’s Ben Totis and Tony Goldring guide Rexha’s touring efforts, including a breakout placement on last year’s Van’s Warped Tour that undoubtedly prepared her for the rigors of the road.

Since then, she’s opened for Jonas, Ellie Goulding, and Lukas Graham and hits the road with EDM superstar and collaborator Martin Garrix next month.

With a new full-length expected to drop in early 2017, the stage is set for a full year of winning over live audiences.