When the UK pop singer Becky Hill (born February 14, 1994 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, UK) scored a number one record in 2014 with the song "Gecko (Overdrive)" she became the first contestant from the TV reality talent show The Voice to have a chart-topping record. The track was a joint effort with the Dutch DJ Oliver Heldens and became an international hit launching both performers' careers. Prior to releasing "Gecko (Overdrive)," Becky Hill had already had a taste of chart success when she was featured on the platinum-selling "Afterglow" released in 2013 by the English producer and remixer Mark Wilkinson. In August 2017, she released the Eko EP before dropping the single "Back & Forth" in 2018, a collaboration with the American producer Marc Kinchen and the English songwriter Guy Robin, which reached number 12 on the UK charts. In 2019, she released the singles "I Could Get Used to This" with Weiss and "Wish You Well" with Sigala and performed at Pride in London on the Trafalgar Square in July that year. She also released a mini-album, Get to Know, in September 2019. In April 2021, she came out as queer via Twitter and unleashed her debut album in August that year. Only Honest on the Weekend champions Becky Hill's signature dance-pop sound, powered by dancefloor-ready bangers and softer ballads and enhanced by collaborations with Shift K3Y, David Guetta, Topic, S1mba, Ella Eyre, Banx & Ranx, Sigala and 220 Kid.