If you're at a festival, pres or kickons and there is even the slightest amount of DNB playing, it's probably Becky Hill’s voice you’re singing along to.
The UK singer is the vocalist on huge tunes like, just to name a few, Wilkinson’s ‘Afterglow’, ‘Disconnect’ with Chase and Status, and Rudimental’s ‘Not Giving In’.
She recently hopped on BBC Radio 1’s D&B show and pulled off an unreal sixty-second medley of her best songs, and other tunes, showing off how incredible her voice is. Host Charlie Tee was in disbelief by the end of the sesh and I bloody was too.
And jeez would you look at that, the commenters are gobsmacked as well.
“Becky Hill is so underrated,” one person wrote. “She’s fricking amazing”.
“Jesus,” another said. “I mean I loved her before this - ‘Afterglow’ is my driving rave jam - but this just took my love for her to another level!!!”
“She unreal and seems so down to earth,” a third added.
“So good!” one more wrote. “Love the cheeky bass face in the middle”.
Hill recently told Standard that she’s stoked she’s a good singer as she is “fucking useless at anything else”, adding that she wants to use her talents to provide for her whānau.
“My parents and family have been so supportive and they have raised me without a lot of money. I would love to be able to help my family really stand on their own two feet and be self-sufficient and not have the money worries they used to have when I was a kid”.
“I am 30 next year, so I want to try and get around the world as much as possible before I start getting married and having potential babies. And having a real life like other people.”
Becky if you’re pumping out tunes, we’ll be listening. Guaranteed.