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BEBE BONDS WITH BMG
2/20/18


Manager Adam Mersel photobombs Bebe Rexha as she tries to steal a private moment with BMG’s Zach Katz to celebrate her new deal with the publisher.

Bebe Rexha, whose writing credits include Eminem and Rihanna’s “Monster,” David Guetta’s “Hey Mama” and her own “Me, Myself & I,” has renewed her worldwide co-publishing deal with BMG.

Rexha has been with BMG since 2013 and has accumulated more than 11m overall single sales and 3.35b global streams. She’s currently charting with “Meant to Be” with Florida Georgia Line.

“Working with and seeing Bebe’s career explode through the years has been a great source of pride for BMG,” said Zach Katz, BMG U.S. President, Repertoire & Marketing. “The tireless work she’s put into her songwriting craft is evident in the enormous success she’s achieved, becoming one of the most in demand writers and exciting new artists today.”