Lastnight (April 15), marked a historic moment in Bebe Rexha‘s career, not only did she get to perform her smash hit “Meant To Be” with Florida Georgia Line at the 53rd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas but the pop star also got to head to Coachella after her “Meant To Be” performance to perform a song that she wrote 5 years ago which Eminem recorded. The song “The Monster” then went on to become a hit featuring Rihanna on the track but Eminem invited Bebe Rexha out to perform the single with him at his headlining Coachella set lastnight.

Rexha said, “Eminem just brought me out to perform “The Monster” with him at Coachella. I wrote the song in 2013 at a time in my life I thought achieving my dreams weren’t possible. Five years later, my hero invites me to one of the biggest stages in the world to sing a record that means the world to me.” Continuing to tell fans on Twitter “I’m still in shock but filled with every bit of love and gratitude imaginable. I love you REXHARS. WE F-CKING DID IT.”

Rexha took to Instagram to post about her incredible experience saying, “Last night was a movie. I got to sing the song that changed my life with a legend. Everything always comes back full circle. Thank you @eminem for having me.”

Bebe Rexha is set to release her highly anticipated debut album, Expectations, on June 22nd via Warner. Bros Records. Rexha already unleashed 2 songs from the forthcoming debut album including “Ferrari” and “2 Souls on Fire feat. Quavo” — which you get instantly upon preorder/purchase. The album will also include her collab of “Meant To Be” with Florida Georgia Line. Expectations, is the follow up to Rexha’s two EPs released in 2017, All Your Fault: Part 1 and All Your Fault: Part 2. Preorder Expectations, HERE.

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