She’s been slowly making a name for herself over the past two years, collaborating with big industry names.
And now Becky Hill is ready to go it alone after unveiling her first official solo outing ‘Losing’ – and it’s clear she’s destined for big things.
So what exactly is the fuss all about? Well…
She’s already the most successful act to come out of The Voice
While many alumni have failed to set the charts alight with their music, Becky has already scored herself a number one hit. She’s somewhat of a The Voice anomaly, if you will. Earlier this year, Becky leant her writing talents and lead vocals to Oliver Heldon’s ‘Gecko (Overdrive),’ topping the charts in its first week of release. She also featured on Wilkinson’s top ten hit ‘Afterglow’ and ‘Powerless’ from Rudimental’s number one album ‘Home’. Not too shabby if you ask us.
‘Losing’ is an instant hit
Produced by MNEK, Becky’s debut solo single certainly makes an impression. Showcasing her earthy, powerful vocals, mid-tempo ‘Losing’ is a slice of 80s electro-soul that we already can’t get enough of.
She could be part of an incredible Super Group with Ella Eyre and Jess Glynne
When we caught up with Ella Eyre earlier this month, she was full of praise for Becky, even suggesting that the two and Jess Glynne should work together on day.
She told us: “I think that people would say that me, Becky Hill and Jess Glynne have similar voices but our music is so different and we all have something different to bring to the table.
“I think everyone always has this ongoing joke that we should collaborate and do a Lady Marmalade thing. In a serious way, I think we should do it.”
She’s knows how to pen a hit
As well as being a rather talented vocalist, Becky also knows a thing or two about writing. Alongside penning music for herself, she’s also provided songs for the likes of Iggy Azalea, JoJo, and Little Mix.
Losing is out 20th November.