Bebe Rexha’s Debut Album Is Called ‘A.Y.F.’

Mike Wass | June 28, 2016 2:32 pm
Bebe Rexha Interview
We speak to Bebe Rexha about new single "No Broken Hearts" & her debut album.

Bebe Rexha surprised fans by revealing the title of her debut LP on Twitter last night (June 27). The much-anticipated opus is called A.Y.F. — an as-yet-undisclosed acronym. It’s been a busy year for the 26-year-old with smash hit G-Eazy collaboration “Me, Myself & I” as well as Nicki Minaj-assisted lead single “No Broken Hearts” (the video has 80 million+ views on YouTube) and an upcoming feature on Martin Garrix’s very, very good club-banger “In The Name Of Love.”

With all of that on her plate, it’s impressive that she’s found time to finish the album. What can we expect from A.Y.F.? “I’ve definitely been experimenting more in the R&B and the rhythmic world,” Bebe disclosed when I interviewed her in April. “If there’s a left side and a right side, ‘No Broken Hearts’ is probably somewhere in the middle. There are some songs that get a little bit more poppy and then there are some songs that get a little more rhythmic R&B.”

As for the release date? “I think my manager is saying July,” she revealed. “I hope this summer. Every time you say a date, it changes. My focus right now is ‘No Broken Heart.’ I’m mixing a lot of other records right now on the album. I’m trying to focus on ‘No Broken Hearts’ and getting the album done, because I feel the faster I get it done, the faster it can come out.” See Bebe’s tweets below.

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