Bebe Rexha Talks About Her Hit Songs and Gives Advice on Love

During the press conference of MTV Music Evolution 2016 last June 24, American singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha told us how she came up with her hit song “No Broken Hearts.”

Bebe Rexha

She explained, “If you hear the song, I was actually going through a heartbreak. I was very sad. I was crying in the studio. I was crying, [because] I got my heartbroken. And I didn’t know how to get rid of the pain. [But then,] I heard a really happy beat in the studio. The producer was playing a happy beat, and I said, ‘just press record on the computer, and I’m gonna go and I’m just gonna freestyle.’”

Bebe expounded that “the song came from a very sad place, [even if] it sounds happy.”



The 26-year-old also told us how she writes her songs. The up-and-coming artist confessed, “I’m learning that music is more than just hit records, and making a million dollars, and being famous. It’s about changing the world, and it’s about making people know that they’re not alone. ‘I’m not the only one, Bebe feels the same, too.'”

(Bebe, Bletha, Queen Bee, that is exactly how I feel when I listen to you sing!)

Bebe Rexha

(Concert photo from MTV Asia)

Later that night, Bebe Rexha was oozing with confidence when she sang her empowering title songs: “I’m Gonna Show You Crazy” and “No Broken Hearts.” She also performed “Me, Myself, and I,” and “Take Me Home.”

Being the inspiring Queen Bee that she is, Bebe reminded the crowd before she reached her last song, “When nobody loves you back, but you love yourself, that’s all you need.”