Bebe Rexha’s “Cry Wolf” Is Another Perfect Dance-Pop Anthem: Listen To The Rising Diva’s Latest Gem

Mike Wass | December 8, 2014 4:01 pm
Bebe Rexha + Pitbull's "This Is Not A Drill"
Bebe Rexha is responsible for the best song on Pitbull's 'Globalization' LP. Take a listen.

Bebe Rexha definitely made her mark on 2014 with sublime debut single “I Can’t Stop Drinking About You” and a string of high-profile songwriting credits, but next year is really shaping up to be her bitch. She has two amazing features in the can that could be huge hits — Pitbull‘s “This Is Not A Drill” and David Guetta‘s “Yesterday” — and brilliant solo material like the excellent “Cry Wolf,” which surfaced online today (December 8).

There’s no word yet if this is an old demo that escaped the vault or an unfinished edit of new material but the latter seems more likely, given that Bebe posted a snippet of the song on her Instagram account last week. As usual, “Cry Wolf” is a monster pop song with hooks galore and a typically feisty chorus. “Don’t be mad that you did it, caught your red hands in it” the rising diva howls over furious house beats. “You’re so bad yeah I get it, you made your bed now rest in it. Run and cry wolf!” It’s weird and wonderful and ruthlessly catchy. Check out the future hit after the jump.

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