Becky Hill's Official Top 20 biggest songs in the UK revealed

Britain's go-to dancefloor diva has been working hard for well over a decade.

Becky Hill has - without a doubt - one of the most recogniseable voices in British pop. Over the past decade, Becky has made the moves to crown herself the undeniable diva of Britain's dancefloor, but her ascent hasn't been an easy ride.

Introduced to the UK public on the fledgling series of The Voice UK (a show while, still running, has struggled to replicate the alumni success of The X Factor or even Pop Idol), Becky was dropped from her original deal but, through hard work and determination, has become the go-to voice for many DJs over the past 10 years, and her formula speaks for itself - 1 UK Number 1 single, 6 Top 10s and 19 UK Top 40 hits is nothing to sniff at.

Now, with the release of her second album Believe Me Now? (out May 31 via Polydor), we thought it was high time to give you the updated numbers on Becky's biggest-ever tracks in the UK.

But before we reveal the list in full, here's a closer look at the Top 5.

5. Crazy What Love Can Do (with David Guetta & Ella Henderson)

Released: 2022
Official Singles Chart peak: Number 5
Total UK chart units: 1.1 million

A veritable meeting of the minds, Ella Henderson is another British pop vocalist who has found her haven in dancefloor beats over the last decade and with the added sparkle of some David Guetta magic, Crazy What Love Can Do burnt a path all the way to Number 5 in 2022, and in 2024 has accumulated 1.1 million chart units and 132 million streams.

4. Piece of Me (with MK)

Released: 2016
Official Singles Chart peak: Number 37
Total UK chart units: 1.4 million

An important moment in Becky's career, Piece Of Me was her first release since the breakdown of her first deal with Parlophone, but the start of a promising new career as every DJ's go-to choice for a featured vocal. Despite only just breaking into the Top 40, peaking at Number 37, Piece Of Me now ranks as Becky's fourth biggest-song ever here, with 1.4 million chart units and 138 million streams.

3. Afterglow (with Wilkinson)

Released: 2013
Official Singles Chart peak: Number 8
Total UK chart units: 1.7 million

Technically the song that started it all, Afterglow was Becky's first official single after her stint on The Voice, and things got off to a very good start! Linking up with DJ and producer Wilkinson, Afterglow was the soundtrack to many a summer's night in 2013, and still remains her third biggest song in the UK, with 1.7 million chart units and 165 million combined streams, actually making it her second most-streamed song ever on the Official Chart.

2. Remember (with David Guetta)

Released: 2022
Official Singles Chart peak: Number 3
Total UK chart units: 1.7 million

Becky has spoken in the past about wanting to be more than just a voice featured on dance tracks, so the success of Remember (where she is placed firmly front and centre) was nothing short of thrilling. With some truly jubliant production flourishes from David Guetta, Remember remains Becky's highest-charting single as a lead artist, peaking at Number 3. It's her second biggest-song overall with 1.7 million chart units, but is actually her most-streamed song in the UK, with 202 million streams altogether.

1. Gecko (Overdrive) (with Oliver Heldens)

Released: 2014
Official Singles Chart peak: Number 1
Total UK chart units: 1.8 million

The juddering Gecko (Overdrive) was an instant Number 1 debut for Becky and Oliver Heldens, with her voice sounding crisp, clear and totally in control over this frantic future-house beat. Originally just a instrumental track, Becky wrote the lyrics for the remix with frequent collaborator MNEK (who also helped write and produce the brilliant Losing, check it out), making it totally her own.

Gecko (Overdrive) also holds a very special place in UK chart history - it was the last Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart before streams were taken into account on song's chart placings, which came into effect the next week.

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