Bebe Rexha

Bebe Rexha and David Guetta have joined forces once again for club-pop anthem ‘One in a Million’ via Warner Records.

The track follows the multi-platinum hitmakers Grammy-nominated global chart-topper ‘I’m Good (Blue)’, which has now surpassed two billion streams.


‘One in a Million’ is Rexha’s first new release since releasing her acclaimed third album ‘Bebe’, featuring ‘Satellite’ ft. Snoop Dogg and ‘Seasons’ ft. Dolly Parton.

She recently completed the North American leg of her Best F*n Night Of My Life Tour and is currently playing a string of dates across Europe, which included a London show at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire last month (28 July). In addition, the pop phenomenon is scheduled to take the stage at Life Is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas this September.

Some of Bebe Rexha’s biggest hits include multi-platinum G-Eazy collaboration ‘Me, Myself & I’, the Martin Garrix-produced club sensation ‘In The Name Of Love’ and country duet ‘Meant To Be’ with Florida Georgia Line.

French producer David Guetta recently teamed up with Anne-Marie and Coi Leray for global hit ‘Baby Don’t Hurt Me’ – a reinvention of the 1993 Haddaway hit ‘What Is Love’. Last week he also dropped addictive anthem ‘Something To Hold On To’ with MORTEN.

Furthermore, with over 40 billion global streams and ‘Producer of the Year’ awards at both the BRIT and NRJ Awards, Guetta is now the fourth most streamed artist on Spotify globally.

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