Bebe Rexha is getting candid about the underperformance of her new album ‘Better Mistakes.’
The set was unleashed on May 7, armed with the momentum of its latest single ‘Sabotage.’
Yet, the buzz around the song did not translate into sales of its parent LP – which charted at a shocking #140 on the Billboard 200.
This, despite features from a lengthy list of guests such as Doja Cat, Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Uzi Vert, and Rick Ross.
Rather than employing the Pop star tactic of radio silence about commercial failures, Rexha confronted it head-on.
Her words below…
Writing on Twitter, she said of the low placement:
“Upsetting. But I won’t give up. My career was built on failures and not following the mold. I won’t stop. I never have and never will. I still believe in this album. And I still will push. No matter what.
This ain’t no formulate pop star bullsh*t.
People so quick to give up on sh*t. Baby that’s not how you win.
One thing I will always do is keep it real.”