Bebe Rexha – I’m A Mess

I‘m A Mess is a pop song by the renowned American singer Bebe Rexha. The song is the first single taken from her debut album Expectations and was released on 15th June 2018. Produced by Jussifer and Devon Corey, this song talks about the insecurities and flaws inside everyone and how one should learn to accept and celebrate them as part of their selves. I’m a Mess is available to play on all the major platforms including YouTube, Google Play, Spotify, Deezer, and iTunes.

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To download the full song click on the Download button at the end of the review. Before downloading you can listen to and watch the official video embedded below.

I’m a Mess by Bebe Rexha – the Song Review

In I’m a Mess, Bebe Rexha starts by singing about how she is an overall mess and not loved by her crush. After talking about her own imperfections, she makes it clear how it does not matter what other people might think of her as long as she loves herself as part of the following verses stating “He don’t love me, he don’t love me, but that’s okay, ‘cause I love me, yeah, I love me”.

The song in its entirety talks about a very important issue at hand, depression. In recent years, there have been cases resulting in suicidal deaths due to the sole factor of depression.

Bebe Rexha claimed that the song and the lyrics relate to her own struggle with anxiety and depression. She further explained how she began to eventually accept the flaws within herself and get used to the fact that imperfections do exist, and it is okay to not be okay all the time.

The Video

The official music video for the song was released on 19th July 2018, almost a month later after the song’s initial release. The sequence begins with Rexha sitting beside a wall, appearing as she has been crying for quite a while now by the looks of her deformed makeup.

She is then taken to a hospital which specializes in treating patients who undergo anxiety, depression, and other sorts of mental health issues.

As the main chorus forms, Rexha can be seen dancing to the tune with the rest of the performers within the boundaries of their hospital room. In a sequence which started off in a quite depressing manner as per the theme of the song, I’m a Mess ends with a colorful performance as the other performers –dressed up like patients – flash their torch lights at Rexha who beautifully gives the impression that she is finally beginning to cope with her mental struggles and beginning to accept herself for who she truly is.

Who’s Bebe Rexha?

She was born on August 30, 1989. Bebe Rexha first began her music career in 2010 when she met and started recording with Fall Out Boy’s bassist Pete Wentz. In 2013, she began writing songs for various artists including the likes of Selena Gomez, Nikki Williams, and Eminem.

She released her first ever single called I Can’t Stop Drinking About You in 2014 which became an instant hit. The success of that song lead her on to become a popular name amongst social media users, enabling her to come up with more hit music including Me, Myself & I, and Gone.

The Bottom Line

I’m a Mess, although underrated, is a very influential song due to the fact that it discusses a very sensitive topic. It has so far managed to hit up to 100 million views, spreading a powerful message to all of its listeners.

Bebe Rexha – I'm A Mess

I’m a Mess is an incredibly catchy song by Bebe Rhexa. Download it, listen to her incredible voice or watch the video of her locked in a mental asylum.

9.5 Total Score

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