About Becky Hill
Becky first came to the attention of the BBC as part of the band, Shaking Tress, including a spot at Nozstock Festival of Performing Arts and a live radio session. Being showcased on The Voice lead to writing and singing collaborations with other artists. In 2013, Becky went on tour with multi-award winning drum and bass band, Rudimental
, providing cover for Ella Eyre's vocals at Glastonbury, Bestival and Lovebox festivals. She was a feature artist on their 2014 single, Powerless.
Becky provided vocals for and co-wrote Wilkinson's song Afterglow, which peaked at number 8 on the UK Singles Chart in October 2013. The song also starred at Number 1 on the UK Dance Chart and number 15 on the Scottish Singles Chart.
Her collaboration with Oliver Heldens is her most remarkable achievement, topping the UK Singles Chart on 29 June 2014, thus making her the first The Voice UK contestant to achieve a number 1.
Becky co-wrote Australian recording artist Reigan Derry's debut single All of the Pieces. In July 2015, she assisted French house producer Watermät to record a vocal version of his track Frequency. The track was renamed All My Love.
Becky's first solo single, Caution To The Wind was produced by Two Inch Punch in 2014, shortly followed by Losing, produced by MNEK debuting at number 56 on the UK Singles Chart. Back To My Love was released in 2016, produced by Noah Breakfast and featuring Little Simz.
Becky Hill was nominated for an MTV Award 'Brand New For 2015'.