Becky Hill – British singer and songwriter
Becky Hill’s real name is Rebecca Claire Hill. She was born on 14 February 1994 in Bewdley, England. The musician has mixed roots. Her mom is Irish, and her dad is English. Becky began showing interest in music rather early. She performed as part of the band Shaking Trees, which was supported by BBC Music Introducing. However, the support of the platform didn’t make the band famous. But Becky managed to get priceless experience of creating music and performing it. The group was invited to perform at Nozstock Festival of Performing Arts and with Adam Green and Josh Withey as part of BBC Radio Shropshire project.
Becky became famous in 2012 when she was accepted into The Voice UK. She performed the song "Ordinary People". Hill’s voice and the manner of performance caught the attention of two judges, Jessie J and Will.i.am. The young singer chose Jessie J and never regretted it. With the single “Irreplaceable”, she made it into the semi-finals but could go further. However, semi-finals of The Voice UK was a sufficient achievement for a young artist, who acquired many fans. Her music videos on the YouTube channels were quickly gathering views. At that time, Becky performed cover versions for the famous hits, such as David Guetta’s "She Wolf", Rudimental’s "Not Giving In", Paolo Nutini’s "Last Request", and Alex Clare’s "Too Close".