Bebe Rexha's 'really big' boy band duet
- Bang Showbiz
- 22 March 2017
Bebe Rexha has teased she has teamed up with a major boy band star for the next single on the second half of her staggered debut LP 'All Your Fault'
Bebe Rexha has recorded a duet with a "really big" boy band star.
The 'I Got You' hitmaker recently followed Louis Tomlinson on Instagram and Twitter leading fans to believe the song, which will be released on the second half of her debut album 'All Your Fault' next month, features the 25-year-old One Direction hunk
In an interview with B96's CBS Radio Culinary Kitchen, she teased: "I'm releasing the second part [of debut LP 'All Your Fault'] in April and I have some really cool features and exciting things happening.
"A new song that I just finished with a very big ... somebody really big from a boy band.
"It's a really massive record. We just finished it and it's about to come out in a month or so."
The 27-year-old pop beauty can't wait for her fans to hear the new track as she firmly believes it's her best work "ever".
She added: "It's amazing. It's probably one of my favorite songs that I've ever been a part of in my whole career."
As for the rest of the record, the blonde bombshell recently revealed it's split in two halves because she was heartbroken in the beginning and got over her ex in second part.
The 'Hey Mama' singer was feeling "bitter" on the first few tracks because her relationship had ended and her manager decided to stop working with her, but after being comforted by her mother and falling for someone else she was inspired to write her latest single 'I Got You', which changed the direction of her record.
She previously explained: "I have an album coming out called 'All Your Fault'. When I got my heart broken by my ex I was bitter so then I wrote the first part of this album. It's really moody, dark, rhythmic, urban.
"Then as I started changing and I was over him I got a crush on somebody else. I really like this other guy and I know that he likes me but we had our walls up. That's why I wrote 'I Got You, because I can see you hurting, I've been through the same thing'.
"It was interesting because I got my heart broken and at the time I had a music manager and my best friend was my assistant. At the same time my ex broke up with me, my manager came to my house one day and was like 'I don't want to manage you anymore' and my best friend decided to go work for my manager.
I was like in LA crying. Thank god, my mother flew up from New York city. She was like, 'You need to have somebody watch you because you are too depressed right now'. But I went to the studio and this first part was like bam, bam, bam, was like six songs in a row, we did it. And then the second part is completely like a change, stronger."