Becky Hill

Becky Hill’s ‘Believe Me Now?’: Exploring the Spectrum of Dance Music with Chase & Status and Sonny Fodera

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From the electrifying beats of drum ‘n’ bass to the uplifting melodies of anthemic house and the rich grooves of deep techno, Becky Hill’s Believe Me Now? is an exploration through the various layers of dance music. Collaborations include Chase & Status and Sonny Fodera.

Hill‘s latest album is a testament to her enduring passion for underground dance music and club culture. In her second studio album, she goes deeper into drum ‘n’ bass, house, techno, and trance, merging these styles with her powerful vocals to create a record full of vibrant energy. Fresh from her third consecutive BRIT Award nomination for Best Dance Act, Hill’s position as a leading figure in dance music is undeniable. Believe Me Now? marks another milestone in her career, emphasizing her influence and showcasing her adaptability.

“This album has been a joy to create!” Hill exclaims. “It comes at a time in my life where I’m leaving my turbulent twenties behind and entering my thirties with more confidence, wisdom, and self-assurance. This album truly reflects that transition.” Hill’s growth is evident, with her narrative weaving through high-energy beats and profound dance rhythms, telling stories of solitude, unity, love, and heartbreak.

The album features hit singles such as “Side Effects,” the gold-certified “Disconnect” featuring Chase & Status, and the rising hit “Never Be Alone,” a collaboration with Sonny Fodera, marking her 22nd Top 40 track and solidifying her status in dance music. Working with an array of top producers, including PARISI, Mark Ralph, Toddla T, Maur, Solardo, MJ Cole, Jax Jones, and Franky Wah, the album highlights the best of modern club music. Each track possesses its own unique vibe, blending Hill’s distinct vocals with innovative production.

Becky Hill’s new album is a testament to her growth as an artist and dedication to the dance music scene. It’s a celebration of her evolution, a dance floor anthem, and a powerful reminder of her continued dominance in the genre.