Bebe Rexha Unleashes High-Energy Dance Anthem 'Chase It (Mmm Da Da Da)'

Bebe Rexha, the multi-platinum hitmaker and 4x-GRAMMY nominated global superstar, has unveiled her new single 'Chase It (Mmm Da Da Da)', a high-energy pop-dance anthem produced by Chris Lake, Sammy Virji, Punctual, and Marco Straus. The release follows Rexha's triumphant Coachella performance, where she stormed the mainstage and received glowing reviews from critics.

Rolling Stone hailed Rexha as a "force to be reckoned with," while the Los Angeles Times declared her "the new champion" in the Main Pop Girl arena. Billboard echoed these sentiments, stating that Rexha "...sounded and looking like every bit the big stage pop star."

'Chase It (Mmm Da Da Da)' is the latest addition to Rexha's impressive catalogue, which includes her successful third studio album, Bebe, featuring the smash hit 'I'm Good (Blue)' with David Guetta. The track topped charts, earned Rexha a GRAMMY nomination, and amassed over 2 billion streams globally. Her follow-up collaboration with Guetta, 'One In A Million', earned another GRAMMY nomination this year.

Rexha has previously made history with her phenomenal track 'Meant To Be' (featuring Florida Georgia Line), which spent a record-breaking 50 consecutive weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart. The song has accumulated over 4 billion streams and three billion in radio audience, with the music video boasting over 1 billion views.

'Chase It (Mmm Da Da Da)' sets the stage for Bebe Rexha's new era, promising a summer filled with dance-floor-ready bangers.

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