She has become known for her edgy sense of style, catchy pop tunes and stellar songwriting skills since she burst onto the music scene in 2013.
And Bebe Rexha has revealed she once sold perfume to Rihanna, just one year before writing the singer's number one track The Monster.
Speaking on Tuesday's Good Morning Britain, the blonde beauty, 29, discussed her humble beginnings in the music industry, where she served the Umbrella hitmaker in a department store in 2012.
One year later the pair's paths would collide when Bebe's track The Monster was recorded by Eminem and Rihanna, topping the UK and US singles charts.
She said: 'I actually sold perfume to Rihanna, funnily enough.
'Saks Fifth Avenue, the Harrods of the US, she came to the counter with red lipstick, sunglasses on, I had no idea that a year later I would have written a Number 1 song she would have been on. It changed my life completely.'
The I Got You singer showed off her hourglass curves in a black bodycon off-the-shoulder dress, with a dipped hem for her TV appearance.
She completed her ensemble with white patent leather knee-high boots.
Her platinum tresses were styled in loose waves, parted on the side while her pretty features were enhanced with a rich palette of make-up.
Rexha has written several songs for other artists - including "Like a Champion" for Selena Gomez and Eminem and Rihanna's 'The Monster' before signing her own record deal.
She started off her career six years ago when she joined the group Black Cards as lead vocalist- which was formed by Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz.
After two years in the group she left to pursue her solo career and also penned a plethora of high-profile songs for a-listers, including Eminem and Rihanna's Number one single - The Monster.
Inevitably her talents allowed her to be the star attraction and her single with rapper G-Eazy 'Me, Myself and I' shot to number one on the Billboard Hot Rap Songs chart late last year
Blonde beauty: Her platinum tresses were styled in loose waves, parted on the side while her pretty features were enhanced with a rich palette of make-up
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