Bebe Rexha has been riding quite the wave of late.
Having anchored herself as a Pop force – both as a songwriter and an artist, the outspoken 29-year-old broke new ground with seismic smash ‘Meant To Be.’
Armed with that momentum, the multi-talented maven is gearing up to unleash new single ‘Last Hurrah.’
Produced by Andrew Wells, the song is lifted from Rexha’s hotly anticipated sophomore album ‘BR2’ – due later this year.
Ahead of the cut’s unwrapping tomorrow (Feb 15th), That Grape Juice were privy to an early listen.
Check out our thoughts below…
‘Hurrah’ finds the star in fine form.
Sonically, the track is unashamedly Pop and provides fertile ground for her layered lyrics to spring from.
Ever a storyteller, Rexha bids farewell to her vices and distractions in the most rockstar way possible – by having one… ‘Last Hurrah.’
She sings: “I’m done with the heartache, I’m done with the demons, I can’t wait to be normal…after this weekend.”
Well versed in the mapping out of a smash, Rexha laces the song with many a memorable melody and hook – with the most resonant being ‘Hurrah’s anthemic, infectious chorus.
The singer’s ascend has been slow, steady, and a touch unorthodox. But with this, her latest offering, the two-time Grammy nominee may well be on the cusp of her most instant win yet.