Bebe Rexha and David Guetta plan to work together on a dance record.
The duo most recently collaborated on the chart-topping single “I’m Good (Blue),” and the 33-year-old singer is already planning her next album ahead of the release of “Bebe” next month.
She stated in the Daily Star’s Wired column that she has already completed my record and is planning her next move. She stated she is already considering performing a spectacular dance number without second-guessing herself. She also revealed that David had discussed it with her.
While the two artists have worked together on several songs over the years, they are now more like siblings than coworkers. She said she could get on his nerves just as easily as he could get on hers. She even claimed he recently contacted her and expressed his undying love for her, although she is her obnoxious younger sister.
She responded by calling him her irritable older brother.
Dolly Parton agreed to appear on “Seasons” for her upcoming album, fulfilling Bebe’s wish. She recently stated in the Metro newspaper’s “Guilty Pleasures” column that they had contacted Dolly and sent her the song. She cried the first time she heard her vocal a week later because it was so relaxing. It’s about changing the seasons and wanting to change for the better after becoming entrenched in bad habits.
The 77-year-old icon sings about looking in the mirror and still feeling like a child, with no one warning her that she will be born and die alone as she ages.
Bebe Rexha completely dominates her field, and fans are thrilled to see her proclaiming it to the world. The “I Can’t Stop Drinking About You” singer isn’t down as she has become the longest-charting female artist on not one but two Billboard charts.
The 33-year-old singer-songwriter is now the longest-charting female artist on the Billboard Dance/Electronic charts, specifically at #1! She was already the longest-charting female artist on the Billboard Hot Country charts thanks to her collaboration with Florida Georgia Line on “Meant to Be.”
“Meant to Be” spent 50 weeks on the charts in 2018, surpassing Sam Hunt’s “Body Like a Back Road,” which spent 34 weeks on the charts. Meanwhile, “I’m Good (Blue)” has not dethroned Marshmello and Bastille’s “Happier,” which has spent 69 weeks at the top. Friends and followers of the performer were overjoyed, pouring their praises into the comment section.