Bebe Rexha Set to Receive Special ACM Award

Bebe Rexha is being recognized for her part in the huge hit single, "Measnt to Be," featuring Florida Georgia Line. Florida Georgia Line has already been honored with the ACM Music Event of the Decade Award for the song, and now, Bebe has been added as a recipient of the honor. The singer received the award backstage at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles earlier this week.

The ACM Music Event of the Decade Award recognizes a recording performed by artists who do not regularly perform together that has impacted country music over the decade. The factors considered include success at radio, commercial media, sales and streaming, artistic merit and lastly, ACM Award recognition.

“Bebe’s an artist who proves that music has no limitations. Artist collaborations are one of the biggest creative forces in all genres of music today. So when you put two artists like Bebe and FGL together, you’re going to get a great hit song and we are so thrilled to be able to recognize that,” said RAC Clark, ACM Interim Executive Director.

Singer/songwriter Bebe Rexha has accumulated over 12 million overall single sales, more than 6 billion total global streams and a radio audience of over 10 billion. "Meant to Be" continues to dominate the charts, going PLATINUM 8 times, and is atop the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for 50 consecutive weeks. Rexha Received her first-ever ACM nominations in 2018, with a total of 4 nods for ACM Song of the Year, ACM Single of the Year and ACM Music Event of the Year. With this recognition, Bebe Rexha receives her first-ever ACM Award.

LeeAnn and Wazz

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