Bebe Rexha delivers an impressive version of “I’m Good (Blue)”

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Nominated three times for the 2023 Billboard Music Awards, this Sunday, November 19, “I’m Good (Blue)” was the subject of a unique live performance by Bebe Rexha.

It’s hard to miss David Guetta and Bebe Rexha’s hit this year. After going viral on social media, “I’m Good (Blue)” topped the charts in most countries. In the United States, the title spent 55 weeks at the top of the Hot Dance/Electronic ranking. A performance rarely achieved. No wonder in these conditions that the song received the award in this category this Sunday.

“We didn’t think it would become a world anthem”

“We did it in 2017 and we didn’t think it would become a global anthem,” Bebe Rexha said. We just wanted to take a fun song from the era (Blue (Da Ba Dee) by the group Eiffel 65, editor’s note) and make it enjoyable. I just can’t believe how far this song has come. » As the singer recalled, she and David Guetta did not want to release the song following its creation in 2017.

On the occasion of the 2023 Billboard Music Awards, Bebe Rexha presented a stunning version of “I’m Good (Blue)” to fans in attendance. Accompanied by a section of violins, the New York singer demonstrated the full extent of her voice before continuing with “One In Million”, this time in a configuration more consistent with the original.


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