Bebe Rexha – Bebe (2023) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

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Artist: Bebe Rexha
Album: Bebe
Genre: Pop
Release Date: 2023
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 37:02
Total Tracks: 12
Total Size: 448 MB


1-1. Bebe Rexha – Heart Wants What It Wants (03:02)
1-2. Bebe Rexha – Miracle Man (03:28)
1-3. Bebe Rexha – Satellite (03:28)
1-4. Bebe Rexha – When It Rains (02:22)
1-5. Bebe Rexha – Call on Me (02:50)
1-6. David Guetta – I’m Good (Blue) (02:55)
1-7. Bebe Rexha – Visions (Don’t Go) (03:18)
1-8. Bebe Rexha – I’m Not High, I’m In Love (03:04)
1-9. Bebe Rexha – Blue Moon (03:13)
1-10. Bebe Rexha – Born Again (03:00)
1-11. Bebe Rexha – I Am (02:55)
1-12. Bebe Rexha – Seasons (03:23)


2023 release. The album is about love, not just loving others, but loving yourself too. Each song is a representation of different seasons in Bebe’s life and letting go of perfection.On her third solo effort, pop singer/songwriter Bebe Rexha looks to the past for inspiration, turning her attention to the dancefloor with the good vibes of Bebe. Self-titling the effort suggests that this is the most authentic representation of self that Rexha has presented thus far, resulting in a noticeable improvement in quality and her most sonically cohesive and focused statement to date. Joining the pack of nostalgic, pandemic-era dance escapism attempted by contemporaries like Miley Cyrus, Rexha pulls off throwback fare — ’70s touches such as elastic funk, shimmering disco, and groovy rock — quite well, creating an ideal setting for her soulful rasp and playfully defiant attitude. The auras of Stevie Nicks and Dolly Parton loom large over much of the set: both the familiar riff from the former’s “Edge of Seventeen” and her work with Fleetwood Mac inform a handful of highlights (“Blue Moon,” “I Am,” “Heart Wants What It Wants,” “Call On Me”), while the latter country icon actually appears on the acoustic closer “Seasons.” Additional guests include Snoop Dogg on the irresistible disco jam “Satellite,” an effervescent ode to pot that’s packed with a popping bassline and sparkling ABBA-esque strings, and David Guetta on the multi-platinum, chart-topping EDM anthem “I’m Good (Blue),” the Eiffel 65-interpolating smash that marks the pair’s sixth collaboration together. Although the album is a change from the tougher, more hardened fare that fans might expect, Bebe makes a stronger impression than its predecessors and has enough high points to further support Rexha’s position as a masterful pop songwriter capable of churning out the hits. With Bebe, she comes another step closer to a fully realized vision that could pull her into her own true spotlight moment. – Neil Z. Yeung

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