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Background information
Born (1991-04-27) April 27, 1991 (age 28)
Heidelberg, Germany
OriginLos Angeles, California

Noah McBeth (born April 27, 1991), better known by his stage name NoMBe, is a German recording artist, composer and record producer based in Los Angeles.[1][2]


McBeth began the release of his debut album They Might’ve Even Loved Me in January 2017 with the release of his record "Wait", which premiered worldwide on the popular Australian radio station Triple J.[3]

In February 2018, it was announced that McBeth was selected to Sirius XM's Alt Nation's Advanced Placement Tour, along with Mikky Ekko and Mansionair, an 18-city North American tour, which ran from April to May 2018.[4]

In March 2018, McBeth released his 18-track debut album, They Might’ve Even Loved Me under TH3RD BRAIN Records. The album is inspired by all the women who’ve helped shape McBeth’s life: from his godmother Chaka Khan, to his high school crushes, summer flings, former girlfriends, and his mother.[1][5][6] Multiple songs gained airplay around the world, including "Man Up", "Wait"[7], "Freak Like Me", "Drama" and "Milk & Coffee".

In April 2018, McBeth released “Can’t Catch Me” which was selected to be the theme for Pharrell's HBO docu-series Outpost.[8] McBeth has had multiple syncs in the TV series Ballers.[9]

In July, McBeth is expected to release an EP with fellow TH3RD BRAIN musician Thutmose. The two have previously collaborated to create "Run Wild", which was selected as EA Sports FIFA 18's official "World Cup" commercial track.[10]


  1. ^ a b VAIN, MADISON. "Pharrell-supported NoMBe loves the 'Bad Girls' in his irresistible new jam". Entertainment Weekly.
  2. ^ Rowe, Madeleine. "Upfront: NoMBe". Acclaim Magazine.
  3. ^ "Listen To NoMBe's Sultry New Single "Wait"". Complex. Retrieved 22 March 2019.
  4. ^ "Alt Nation's Advanced Placement Tour to feature Mansionair, Mikky Ekko and NoMBe". Hear & Now. 2018-02-27. Retrieved 2018-07-06.
  5. ^ "Next Wave #747: NoMBE". Clash Music.
  6. ^ "From Starving Artist to Headlining Alt Nation, NoMBe Is Here To Stay - Early Bird Music". Early Bird Music. 2018-05-03. Retrieved 2018-07-06.
  7. ^ NoMBe "Wait" ▲ Triple J World Premiere 1.16.2017 ▲, retrieved 2018-07-06
  8. ^ "NoMBe Releases Pharrell-Approved New Single "Can't Catch Me"". Pigeons & Planes.
  9. ^ "NoMBe music featured in movies and TV shows:". TuneFind.
  10. ^ "Thutmose & NoMBe 'Run Wild' for EA Sports 'FIFA World Cup 2018' Game: Listen". Billboard. Retrieved 2018-07-06.