Bebe Rexha’s All Your Fault: Part 1 is an upbeat 5-track record that aptly brings together radio-friendly hip-hop and pop sounds. With a melodic performance that swaggers over a tight production, the New York artist comes out rolling in her latest endeavour.
The record begins with “Atmosphere,” a chill-sounding track that sounds easygoing in both its production and Rexha’s vocals. The hip-hop sounds of the record are pronounced gracefully here, making for a breezy opening to what will later turn out to be a fiery record.
“I Got You” on track two is undoubtedly one of the tighter songs on the album. The track’s hook is simple yet catchy, coming out at each chorus with an explosive bravado. This contagious cut will almost certainly be impossible to forget. “I Got You” has an infectious energy with a memorable performance that make this track an instant fan favourite.
Track three’s “Small Doses” is an angstier electronic track that laments about an artist’s fixation on someone else. The song’s melodiousness combined with Bebe Rexha’s genuine and desperate performance will surely strike a chord with audiences. Fans looking for something emotional and heartfelt will find it here on “Small Doses.”
“F.F.F” is bound to be another fan favourite on the EP. The track has an upbeat, Wiz Khalifa feel with a hook that bears an ultra-relateable message. Rexha’s performance here is skillful and therapeutic, allowing audiences to channel their anger and spite into a feel-good energy that manifests itself into a fun party song. “F.F.F” has a simple message that fans will undoubtedly enjoy.
Bebe Rexha then returns to a more vulnerable desperation in “Gateway Drug,” with the singer reluctantly admitting her obsession over someone else. Unlike “Small Doses,” “Gateway Drug” feels more like an angrier self-loathing, with Rexha aptly capturing the feeling of falling for someone in a spiraling, self-destructive way.
The album concludes with “Bad Bitch,” with Bebe Rexha sounding sinister over a trap-laden hip-hop beat. The chorus is catchy and swaggering, with Rexha sounding at her most confident as she channels some edgy Rihanna vibes.
All Your Fault: Part 1 is able to soar even higher thanks to a tight production throughout each of the record’s 6 tracks. Rexha’s vocal performance is stunning in itself, but the production team’s careful attention on each track allows the singer to sound even gutsier as she croons through each cut.
In All Your Fault: Part 1, Bebe Rexha delivers a celebration of her skills as an artist. No track sounds too safe or underwhelming, with Bebe Rexha giving us a unique performance on each track. All Your Fault: Part 1 is a solid EP full of well-produced sounds and confident musicality.
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