Bebe Rexhaarchitected a pop opus with Better Mistakes. The opener "Break My Heart Myself" [feat. Travis Barker] hinges on manic bursts of energy and her signature vocal acrobatics uplifted by stadium-ready drums courtesy of legendary blink-182 stickman Travis Barker. Creaky guitar cuts through a glitchy beat on "Die For A Man" [feat. Lil Uzi Vert] as Bebe promises, "I would never die for a man, change who I am."
Meanwhile, elusive galactic hip-hop titan Lil Uzi Vert rolls through with a raw and rare cameo. Then, there's "Amore" [feat. Rick Ross]. Her confident vocals set the stage for Rozay to pull up and do what he does with a gruff and laidback flow. The record culminates on "Mama." Massive orchestral strings resound as she delivers one final anthem, this time, for her mom. The final confession says it all, "I messed up again, but I swear my heart is as gold as it gets."
"Better Mistakes, my sophomore album, is by far the most challenging yet fulfilling project I have ever worked on," Bebe shares. "I wrote, recorded, re-wrote, re-recorded and then repeated that process in order to deliver an album that truly reflects who I am as a singer, songwriter and most importantly as an artist. I want to give listeners a journey of pop paradise fused with elements of rock and hip-hop. It's important to me that my music continues to recognize ongoing themes of vulnerability, the cycle of self-destruction and self-realization, and female empowerment."
Break My Heart Myself (feat. Travis Barker)
My Dear Love (feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Trevor Daniel)