Started in Year
previously known as Rebecca Hatch. Samoan & Indigenous Australian Singer, Songwriter, Model
Becca Hatch has firmly established herself as one of Australia's most promising talents. At just 19 years of age, her resume is already littered with stellar achievements; from winning triple j's Unearthed High Indigenous Initiative in 2017, to show-stopping performances at the State of Origin and the Sydney Opera House. With a sound rooted in R&B; Becca leans into her Samoan heritage with powerful gospel choir vocals and tranquil island sounds, while her Indigenous roots are evident through storytelling and poignant self-reflection. She has also worked with renowned producers including Willstah (Ariana Grande, Ella Mai) and Solo (OneFour, Justice Crew).
One of the younger names on this list, this 19-year old has us very excited for what’s next. Winner of the Unearthed High Indigenous Initiative in 2017 and recently one of Triple J’s Unearthed Feature Artist, Becca Hatch is already proving to be a valuable part of the future of Australia’s R&B scene. In 2019, Hatch vividly painted her upbringing as a Samoan and Indigenous Australian through “Brown Girl Chronicles” and recently returned with “2560”, a cruisy and carefree ode to her hometown, Campbelltown. Despite the UK garage influence in the track’s production and the similarity in gorgeous vocals to Jorja Smith, Becca Hatch passionately and proudly reps the “six-oh”. With the calibre of artists coming from Western Sydney, Becca Hatch is a powerful addition to the area’s arsenal. - https://audollars.com.au/aus-rb-queens-to-know-right-now/
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia