Chart topping singer/songwriter Bebe Rexha will release her highly anticipated debut album, EXPECTATIONS, on June 22nd via Warner Bros. Records. In addition to Bebe co-writing and co-producing every song on the album, EXPECTATIONS is also produced by Max Martin, Ali Payami, JUSSI, Jason Evigan, Louis Bell, The Stereotypes and Hit-Boy. It is available for pre-order today here. Those who pre-order the album will receive two tracks, “Ferrari,” as well as, “2 Souls On Fire (Ft. Quavo)” instantly.

Bebe’s current smash, “Meant To Be” featuring Florida Georgia Line, is currently ruling the charts at #1 overall on iTunes. Additionally, “Meant To Be” has taken the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot Country Chart for 18 consecutive weeks, making this the longest consecutive #1 run for a female ever on this chart. This is the second record Bebe has broken on the Hot Country Chart with this track. In December, the track debuted at #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Chart, marking Bebe as the first female in history to debut atop it.

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