Becky Hill drops 'new' album
Bewdley's chart-topping pop star Becky Hill has released her debut solo long-play album.
Get To Know can't quite be called a 'new' album as it consists of a collection of the songwriter’s massive hits to date – but does contain four brand new songs.
The 13-track record features Hill’s hugely successful collaborations with Wilkinson, Sigala, Matoma, MK, Weiss, Jonas Blue and Oliver Heldens - and showcases the extraordinary talent of someone Annie Mac has described as possessing “one of the finest voices in pop music today”.
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Speaking about the release, Hill said: ‘‘Get To Know is a collection of all the works I have written and featured on, plus four brand new songs that gives you a taste of the music I love to make.
"Starting from the age of 19 all the way up to 25, this mini-album gives an overall look at my career so far and a hint of where my career is heading."
It includes this summer’s huge hit I Could Get Used To This featuring rising UK house talent Weiss, a song which saw the former The Voice continue to establish herself on the UK pop scene.
Also on the record are Hill’s massive hit with revered Detroit producer MK (Marc Kinchen) and BRIT nominee Jonas Blue on Back And Forth, now certified gold, False Alarm with Matoma, UK No.1 single Gecko (Overdrive) with Oliver Heldens and certified gold Top 10 hit Afterglow with Wilkinson.
More recently, Hill’s mammoth Sigala collaboration in the form of Top 10 single Wish You Well, which has racked up more than 100 million streams, is also included.
There are also the four new tracks. There's reflective opener Changing; the lush Stranger, which sees her question if she ever really knew her lover; Breakdown, an emotive reflection on the dying throes of a relationship; and a collaboration with UK artist and songwriter MNEK on Find A Place, a skittering UKG beat merging with the pair’s sublime duet.
Becky Hill's new record is available to buy from all good digital outlets and record shops.
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