Becky Hill rules out collaborations and vows to return to ‘raver roots

Becky Hill is returning to her “raver roots” with her new music.

The 29-year-old singer has told fans her new tunes will be “more dance led”, and she is “so proud” of the music she and her fellow writers have penned.

She shared some clips of her new tunes, and added i’m so excited about this year of music! thought i’d share some clips with you, it’s defo more dance led and back to my raver roots. i’ve written these with some of my favourite people and im so proud of what we’ve done. i’m currently writing a bit more, doing vocal productions with ryan ashleyenerally jumping around my house blasting this stuff! time to take this s*** global man, this is the year i’m gonna do it (sic)”

But Becky admitted she won’t be doing any upcoming collaborations as part of her new tunes, because she wants to “step out as my own artist”.

Two-time Brit winner added: “u know what also, i ent gonna have features on my tunes this year, time to actually step out as my own artist, not me feat. f****** anyone, done with that now!!!! the confidence these comments have given me! (sic)”

Becky Hill is a British singer/songwriter who started out making music when she was just 14-years-old and performing at some small festivals. Earlier this month, Becky admitted she is “so happy” with her new music.

She said: “The music that is coming out this year, I am so happy with it because I wanted to take it in more of a dance direction.

Because I kind of feel like with album one and the singles before it was almost like I was trying to please people.”

Becky Hill is one of Britain’s most in-demand musical exports. She has over 180 songs registered with ASCAP – no mean feat, considering only 17% of PRS for Music’s registered songwriters are female – and an impressive string of hits to her name. Having written and performed on 13 singles which charted in the Top 40 of the UK Official Singles Chart (including four top 10 singles and one number one, Becky has now amassed over 3.2 billion total global streams and over 17 million monthly listeners on Spotify.


2012: The Voice

Becky Hill took part in The Voice in 2012, and working with Jessie J she made it to the semi-finals! Although she didn’t win the show, this helped start her career and she became the first contestant to get a Number 1 UK single.

2014: Becky Hill announced for main stage at Sundown Festival

MarkMeets booked the star for the show and interviewed Becky in the VIP area for local press.

2019: ‘Get To Know’ album

‘Get To Know’ was Becky Hill’s debut compilation album, made up of amazing tunes including ‘I Could Get Used To This’ with Weiss and ‘Find A Place’ with MNEK. It was released in September 2019.

2021: ‘Remember’ with David Guetta

David Guetta and Becky Hill’s incredible dance track ‘Remember’ came out in 2021 and as well as getting to Number 3 in the Charts, it was nominated for Song of the Year at the 2022 BRIT Awards

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