“Amore” is the twelfth track of Bebe Rexha’s highly anticipated second studio album, Better Mistakes and the first collaboration between Bebe and rapper Rick Ross.
The song itself interpolates “That’s Amore” by Dean Martin, and is arguably the most potent love song of the 1950s. When speaking to The New York Post, Bebe explained:
It’s my dad’s favorite song. When I was growing up, that’s all he would play, and he would sing “When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie …” And I was like, “How could we flip ‘Amore’ in, like, a cool way and make it more current and fresh?” And so that’s how we did it.