American Singer,Bebe Rexha,is set to release her next studio album titled 'Better Mistakes' onn May 7,and just like previous 'Expectations' album which featured her hit single 'I'm a Mess',this one too is going to take the crown of bops,yes i said it.She already released 4 singles already that were:'Baby i'm Jealous'(ft Doja Cat),'Sacrifice','Sabotage' and the one that was released sometime today 'Die for a man'(ft Lil Uzi Vert).
She is very diverse,venturing into country(Let it be ft Florida Georgia Line),alternative (I'm gonna show you) and electronic tecno ('In the name of love' and 'Call you mine' ft The Chainsmokers).She does it all,with minimum effort....and i'm here for it.This album(quote me if i'm wrong) will be a cultural reset to say the least.The trippy album art was shot by photographer Brian Ziff-and she actually shared the behind the scenes peek at the photoshoot over Zoom!
Bebe Rexha announces,'This album is super vulnerable and honest,and i've been working on it for about two years.I have been such a big fan of Brian Ziff's photography,and i wanted more of a grunge,gritty look.I wanted to really go back to my roots of when i was in Warped Tour and had my dark hair and just showing the real side of me.I always love No Doubt,and i loved alt-rock (alternative rock) and pop rock.I just wanted to take everything that i've ever loved that has been part of me and put it into this album,visually and musically.So that is exactly what i did.Here we are.'
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