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Bebe is the name used by at least 8 artists: [1] María Nieves Rebolledo Vila (b. 9 May 1978 in Extremadura, Spain), a singer and actress whose parents were members of the folk group Surberina. Her Spanish breakthrough came with her album Pafuera Telarañas. She won the Best New Artist award, at the 2005 Latin Grammy Awards, and was nominated for five awards in total. Y. is the second studio album released by Spanish singer-songwriter Bebe. Released on June 29, 2009, the album received positive critical reviews, and entered the Spanish Album Chart at number one. It was released after Bebe's four-year hiatus from the music business, following the success of her debut album Pafuera Telarañas. Recorded over a year in Madrid and Cadiz, Spain, Y. includes the Latin Grammy Award-nominated song "Me Fui" and the single "Pa' Mi Casa". The album was produced by Carlos Jean, who also worked with Bebe on her debut album. Bebe wrote all the lyrics, including some dealing with issues such as love, sex and self-respect. Y. received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Latin Rock, Alternative or Urban Album and was re-released in December 2009 as a double album edition, which includes the original songs and a separate album with B-sides and collaborations with Lucio Godoy, Luis Pastor, Pedro Guerra and Kultama. Un Pokito de Rocanrol is her third studio album, released on February 6, 2012. Cambio de Piel is the fourth studio album, released on October 9, 2015. Sites: YouTube, Deezer, Hypem, Discogs, MusicBrainz, Wikipedia, Twitter and http://bebeoficial.com/ (official). [2] A Korean pop/rock trio (a.k.a. 베베, made up of Woo Yeon Ju (vocals), Mal Jjang (guitar), and Kim Tae Yoon (drums). Their debut album was Be Careful! (2004). [3] A reggaeton artist from Puerto Rico. He also raps in Spanish. [4] A female Japanese singer-songwriter, who worked with Jazztronik. Her projects include BEBETECK and BEBE BLANCHETT. Her solo album "Bossa Nova" was released in 2000. [5] Japanese girl-group from the 1980s [6] A manele singer from Romania, known for the song "Am un bulgaras de aur". [7] Dániel Abebe is a singer in a Hungarian funky-pop band called Back II Black. [8] A Persian singer from Iran

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