Pop singer Bebe Rexha has been around for a while; you just didn’t know it. For years, you’ve been hearing her words in songs like Eminem’s “The Monster,” Selena Gomez’s “Like a Champion,” and Tinashe’s “All Hands on Deck.” But you weren’t hearing her voice — until recently.
The Albanian songwriter-turned-pop-singer released her debut EP, I Don’t Wanna Grow Up, in mid-2015, but it was her inclusion in (and co-byline on) G-Eazy’s quadruple-platinum single “Me, Myself, and I” that really brought her into the public eye.
A few weeks ago, Rexha released her second EP, All Your Fault: Part I, which includes a combination of buzzy EDM tracks and anthemic pop ballads, along with features from G-Eazy and blue-eyed heartthrob Ty Dolla $ign. With her writing skills and vocal chops, the future looks bright for this 27-year-old.
At 8:30 p.m., Saturday, March 11, at Regency Ballroom. $18-$20; theregencyballroom.com