Over the past two years Becky Hill has provided vocals for everyone from Rudimental to Oliver Heldens, following on from her semi-final success on the first series of The Voice with hit after hit. Having toured with Rudimental as a guest vocalist over the last few years, she’s now getting ready to break out on her own as an artist. Her latest solo offering is ‘Back to My Love’ which features a guest verse from lyrical goddess Little Simz. Becky’s powerful vocal sits atop a delicate, deconstructed drum and bass inspired beat while Simz swings by for an oh so sweet sixteen bars. As she builds her profile as a solo artist, we wanted to get to know more about Becky so we got her to put together an exclusive Mood board for us.
Becky: Raving to drum & bass is one of my favourite things to do & Fabric is one of my favourite places to do it.
I started yoga about a year ago & I’m actually alright at it now *lifts leg over shoulder.*
My friends in London are everything to me.
But I miss my little home town (Bewdley) regularly.
I found a flat I can call home now.
MNEK’s studio is where my sound as an artist was born & still remains one of my favourite places to create
Playing to crowds as my own artist is such a good feeling after playing with a lot of other artists!
Hot choc whenever you feel low does the job!
Songwriting has been a hobby of mine since I was 13 & I still love it!
My friends have shown me about the city – this was at the Barbican with Leo Kalyan
The women in my life are very important, I miss my family a lot.
But I know I always have this little room, that I grew up in to come back home to.