The 10 Best Bebe Rexha Remixes

Bebe Rexha
Dennis Leupold

Bebe Rexha

Even before you knew her as Martin Garrix' collaborator and STMPD RCRDS signee, Bebe Rexha was a go-to for dance and pop-hop features. That's her shining vocal on David Guetta's hit “Hey Mama,” even though she wasn't officially credited by radio.

She's appeared on tunes with G-Eazy, Iggy Azalea, and Nick Jonas, but she's also burrowed her own home in the American pop music landscape. Her EPs All Your Fault: Pts. 1 and 2 have become serious fan favorites. Her devil-may-care voice is instantly recognizable with a hint of '20s vintage coyness. It's perfect for all kinds of beats, which also opens her work up to fantastic remixes. Here are some of Billboard Dance's favorites.

Bebe Rexha – "I Got You" (Cheat Codes Remix)

There's something so vulnerable about Bebe Rexha's “I Got You,” and Cheat Codes do a good job of bringing that spirit to the remix. It's still danceable and fun, but it comes onto the floor emotions first.

Bebe Rexha – "I Got You" (SNBRN Remix)

If you're looking to set the party off right with a Bebe Rexha remix, SNBRN got you. This tropical take is beat-forward and precisely what the crowd needs to get its juices flowing. Put this on when the sun's rays begin to wane and find a little bit of summer in any season.

Martin Garrix, Bebe Rexha – "In The Name Of Love" (DallasK Remix)

The original from Martin Garrix is actually quite the subtle song, at least in terms of the young producer's usual. DallasK turns both the volume and the energy up on this remix, but he still puts Bebe Rexha's colorful vocals first. A little trap breakdown gives “In The Name Of Love” added edge.

Martin Garrix, Bebe Rexha – "In The Name Of Love" (The Him Remix)

This Martin Garrix and Bebe Rexha remix keeps the vibe light, fun, and lovely. It's bigger and brighter than the original, but it melts on your tongue like candy. It's perfect pop house for any night out with friends.

G-Eazy, Bebe Rexha – "Me, Myself & I" (Viceroy Remix)

Hey girl. We see you dancing, working up a sweat. Why don't you take a little break with this slinky, sexy R&B-inspired remix from Viceroy of Bebe Rexha's G-Eazy assist? This is the kind of thing to get your steppin' in the direction of love, which is slightly different than the message of the song, but hey, once this hook hits, you're gonna wish you had a dance partner.

G-Eazy, Bebe Rexha – "Me, Myself & I" (No Sleep Remix)

This rework of Rexha's G-Eazy collab starts laidback and builds into a cool future trap hook for the ages. This is music for stuntin' on your haters. You don't need anyone to help you vibe, just this No Sleep remix on the decks or bumpin' out the car stereo.

Bebe Rexha – "I Can't Stop Drinking About You" (The Chainsmokers Remix)

This solo Bebe Rexha jam gets the superstar treatment from The Chainsmokers, aka dance's biggest crossover pop stars of pretty much all time. They know how to take a proper pop anthem and spin it into classic big room gold. It just takes a simple note on the piano and some energetic synths. Next thing you know, you're throwing your hands up and dancing away your regrets.

Cash Cash Feat. Bebe Rexha – "Take Me Home" (Fareoh Remix)

This massive anthem gave Cash Cash its biggest hit to date, and this remix by Fareoh is just as massive. There's just no turning down when Bebe is serving vocals bigger than the Empire State. Her beautiful roar makes this drop, just like on the original.

Cash Cash Feat. Bebe Rexha – "Take Me Home" (The Chainsmokers Remix)

The Chainsmokers come through on another Bebe Rexha remix, this time with a sound more akin to the pop-dance hybrid that has made the duo chart-dominating superstars. The duo beefs up the chorus with some male vocals, which only serves to make its big sound even bigger – and perfect for radio, of course.

Bebe Rexha Feat. Ty Dolla $ign – "Bad Bitch" (Audiovista Remix)

It's not just how she's drawn. Bebe really is a bad one, and her collab with Ty Dolla $ign called for a downright devilish remix. It's still got the slinky trap beat, but the hook is all kinds of turnt up. This is for the women who've been practicing their moves in the mirror. Hit the floor and scare the competition. Just watch out for the drool puddles on the floor.

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