Music fans may still be getting familiar with Bebe Rexha's name, but they've already grown to love her sound. She's the songwriter behind a monster hit and has upcoming collaborations with some of the biggest names in music. With the release of her latest single, “I'm Gonna Show You Crazy", a song that immediately broke the viral charts, after it was streamed over 11 million on Spotify in only one month of release, 2015 is shaping up to be the year Bebe Rexha takes center stage.Bebe is a first-generation Albanian-American from Brooklyn. Her major break into the music industry was as the front-woman for Pete Wentz's Black Cards project, where she honed her talents opening up for acts like Travis McCoy, Panic at The Disco and Bon Jovi. In 2012, Wentz decided to fold the project to refocus his attention on his group Fall Out Boy, and Bebe found herself doubting her direction. She channeled those emotions into “Monster Under My Bed," a dark, hypnotizing track produced by Frequency. “It was a breakthrough for me because I felt like I was accepting myself, my anxiety, the panic, all my flaws," Bebe says. Eminem remade “Monster Under My Bed" into “The Monster," featuring Rihanna. The song spent five weeks at #1 and sold a massive 3 million copies. Fans soon discovered Bebe's original demo online, and the buzz around her has been building since.