Bebe Rexha brought her All Your Fault Tour to Philadelphia’s Underground Arts on March 26th, with special guests Daniel Skye and Spencer Ludwig. Rexha currently on tour in support of her second EP titled, All Your Fault Pt. 1 which features her current single “I Got You.” Bebe Rexha began her journey to the top in 2015 with a summer out on the Vans Warped Tour which she had packed out crowds singing along to her entire set, now she is out conquering a sold out first headlining tour as a solo musician. Bebe Rexha is not only a solo artist but also a hit-making songwriter who has written hit singles for artists such as Nick Jonas, Eminem feat Rihanna, G-Eazy, Martin Garrix, and being featuring on tracks with artists such as David Guetta, Nicki Minaj, Cash Cash, and many more massive artists all of which became hit singles.

Bebe Rexha’s dramatic entrance came at about 9:40pm, as she entered the stage that was filled with smoke only allowing fans to see her silhouette appear as the lights flashed as she sang her anthem, “Bad Bitch.” Rexha then being seen on stage as “Gateway Drug”  flooded the venue showing the singer, wearing a gold outfit matching her brass-knuckle mic, a pair of sparkling silver thigh high heels, and finishing with her platinum blonde hair which allowed the crowd to see the “baddest bitch”, that her fans know as, Bebe Rexha. Then performing “Me, Myself & I,” her dreamy “Atmosphere,” and catchy “Small Doses.” Rexha then beginning her and Martix Garrix’s single “In The Name Of Love” before noticing that every fan in attendance had her phones out recording stopping the music to tell fans “Yo Philly, Put your fucking phones away, Stop the music. For this song you could put your phones away till the end of the song, we can’t live our lives through social media, We can’t live our lives like that, its f*cked up. everyone live in the moment and have fun, who gives a f*ck about social media, f*ck those people.” then jumping right back into the track as the crowd serenaded her louder then I have ever heard at a show. Then doing her rendition of Cash Cash’s “Take Me Home.” Rexha then stated “For me tour is about the movement, it’s playing that last song, cause I went through that shit, everybody goes through it but its hidden everybody hides it behind closed doors. Some people are better at hiding their crazy then others, you know what I mean, everybody’s f*cking crazy. When I say crazy I don’t mean out of your mind, it could be you feel weird cause your gay, you may feel weird cause of your skin tone.” after performing “I’m Gonna Show You Crazy” also adding that “I’m Gonna Show You Crazy is not about being crazy, its about the world making you feel crazy because your not the same as everybody else, if your the same you’re not special, I am telling you all the greatest people in the world; They are all a bit weird and out of their minds but that is what makes them amazing.”

Her six-track EP All Your Fault: Pt 1 explores the many pleasures and pain of being in love as she describes during her live set and all these elements are present within her set as well. Rexha is unapologetic as she mentioned multiple times throughout her set and can be heard within multiple lyrics of her songs and that is what makes her the artist she is today. It definitely impressed me to see an artist be so genuine with her supporters on stage and properly educate them on filtering out unwanted negativity from their life. Rexha also promoting Self-Empowerment and loving yourself within her set and her latest EP, All Your Fault. Bebe Rexha’s sultry and very unique voice definitley shined at this show as she got to debut her newest music to her most devoted fans that were able to get their hands onto tickets as they sold out within days of on sales. This will definitley be the last tour you will be able to see Rexha in an intimate venue with only a 600 capacity limit, her next tour will definitley be filling arenas as she is the next big thing in the music industry. Conquering the radio with multiple songs she has written, featured on, or even her own tracks now.

Check out this video recap of Bebe’s show below!

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