Becky Hill Net Worth: Becky Hill is an English singer and songwriter from Bewdley, England who has a net worth of $2 million. She first rose to fame in 2012 after being a member of the 1st series of the singing-based reality competition talent television series titled, The Voice UK in which she reached the semi-final and earned fame all across the country. In November 2014, Becky Hill came up with the release of her debut EP entitled Losing and then dropped her second EP Eko in August of 2017.
Get to Know was her first compilation album which was dropped back in 2019 and his the charts by peaking at #20 on the UK Albums Chart and #14 on the Irish Albums Chart. The album also earned Silver certification by the BPI. Becky’s music career started in 2012 and since then she has released a number of hit singles and won many awards throughout her career. So today we are going to talk about the total net worth of Becky Hill her income sources, career, biography, salary, lifestyle, and much more.
Net Worth 2022:
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
Becky was born as Rebecca Claire Hill on the 14th of February 1994 in Bewdley, Wyre Forest, Worcestershire, England to parents Stephen Hill and Susan Hill. She is of English heritage on her father’s side and has Welsh descent on her mother’s side. Hill grew up alongside her older brother who’s not known publically.
Becky discovered her passion for music at an early age and she started a soul and an acoustic rock band called Shaking Trees by the age of 14 years old. The band got a chance to receive support from Andrew Marston at BBC Music Introducing, a BBC Radio platform who named her group to show their skills at the Nozstock Festival of Performing Arts. BBC also helped the band to perform live shows for Josh Withey and Adam Green at BBC Radio Shropshire.
Becky Hill started her career by appearing in several YouTube live performances as well as in the web series titled The Rebelations. The breakthrough moment of her career came in 2012 when she went to audition for the first series of the British singing competition series The Voice UK. She quickly caught the attention of Judges will.i.am and Jessie J after performing John Legend’s single Ordinary People. She decided to join Jessie J’s team and competed against Pixie and Indie in the battle rounds where she sang a song Irreplaceable and won the battle. However, Becky was eliminated after getting to the semi-final stage of the competition.
After that, Becky Hill was featured on Rudimental’s track Powerless and also provided a cover for Ella Eyre’s vocals for Rudimental’s set at Glastonbury, Bestival, Lovebox, as well as Wakestock in 2013. She then worked as a co-writer and voiced a song Afterglow by Afterglow. which went viral reaching #8 on the UK Singles Chart and also hit the UK Dance Chart.
Apart from her work as a co-writer, Becky Hill dropped her first single Losing on November 9, 2014, and the song was by MNEK. The single was released as a lead single from her upcoming solo album. Moreover, the song was successful and quickly grabbed the attention of the label Parlophone Records with whom she later signed a deal. Losing hit the UK Singles Chart debuting at #56. In 2016 it was announced by Hill that she began songwriting with British singer CocknBullKid.
She then dropped another single Back to My Love (ft rapper Little Simz). At first, she said the single would in included in her debut album but later it was featured in Eko’s extended play which was released in mid-2017. In that year she teamed up with several other artists to record their tracks including, MK’s Piece of Me and Matoma’s hit single False Alarm. In 2016 she dropped her EP’s second track Warm produced by Shift K3Y which was followed by the third single Rude Love in March 2017.
That same year Hill got an opportunity to sign a worldwide publishing deal with Sony/ATV and also made her guest appearance in an episode of The Playlist by CBBC. She finally released the EP titled, Unpredictable in August of 2017 along with its fourth track Unpredictable. In that month she signed a record deal with Polydor Records and announced her debut album would be released in 2019.
She continued the release the tracks including, Sunrise in the East, Back & Forth (with Marc and Jonas), I Could Get Used to This, and Wish You Well (featuring Sigala). Becky’s song Wish You All went viral and came up as the first track to hit the top 10 UK Charts. Becky’s most popular songs are including, 2014s Gecko (Overdrive), 2016s Piece of Me, 2016s False Alarm, 2018sBack and Forth, 2019s Wish You Well, and 2019s Lose Control (2019). All the tracks have hit the top 20 UK charts and received Platinum or Gold certification by British Recorded Music Industry).
On August 17, 2021, Becky Hill’s debut studio album Only Honest on the Weekend was released and features tracks such as “I Got You”, “Last Time”, “Make It Hard to Love You”, “Better Off Without You”, “Remember”, “My Heart Goes (La Di Da)”, “Business”, “Lessons”, “Heaven on My Mind”, “Through the Night”, and more.
Hill started her music career at an early age and won awards like Best Dance Act at the 2022 Brit Awards for her single “Remember”, Hot Dance / Electronic Song, and EDM Song at the ASCAP London Music Awards for Lose Control. She also received a Brit Award nomination in the category of British Song of the Year.
|Full Name||Rebecca Claire Hill|
|Age||28 years old|
|Date Of Birth||February 14, 1994|
|Birth Place||London, England,
|Height||5 ft 6 in (167.5 cm)|
|Weight||60 kg (132 lbs)|
Becky Hill Net Worth:
As of 2022, Becky Hill Net Worth is estimated to be around $2 million. She established herself as one of the most popular singers in the British music industry and has released several hit singles. The main source of her income comes from her profession such as hit singles, live shows, as well as her YouTube channel. She garnered more than 20 million views on the music video of her single Remember. Becky Hill’s annual income is roughly 400,000 and her net worth of increasing every year.