PinkPantheress no longer hidden in plain sight. She is officially said to be a superstar.
The mysterious singer, songwriter and producer is the winner BBC Sound Of 2022 poll, an annual honor that determines the next big thing in popular music.
The 20-year-old artist, who has still decided not to reveal her real name due to privacy concerns, has been tapped by an independent music board, the latest of which some are predicting will be a string of songs. praise.
Hailing from Bath, UK, this young lady has become famous by creating her own beats on Garage Band and launching retro demos on TikTok.
Millions of people followed and brands noticed. She signed with Parlophone Records last April and Elektra Records in June, and landed on Billboard’s 21 List under 21 years old in October 2021, the same month as her debut mixtape Go to hell with it debuted at number 20 on the Official UK Albums Chart.
“I think my biggest concern when it comes to making music is in the leading writing part – as opposed to the beat production and the singing aspect,” she says. Billboards for an interview to be published after its release Go to hell with it.
“I love writing lyrics, writing melodies, so I don’t mind collaborating with other people. The only good thing is getting a producer’s help because I’m a terrible producer, that’s why I have to sing on top of the models.”
Now in its 20th year, the Corporation’s Sound Of predicts which artists will “make a big splash in the music world next year” and has previously won out against the likes of Adele and Sam Smith and Jessie J.
Wet Leg, close friends Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers, are second on this year’s list, while Mimi Webb, Lola Young and Central Cee complete the top five respectively.
PinkPantheress can add to its growing collection of trophies at Brit Awards, where she was a candidate in three categories.
BBC Sound of the year 2022:
2. Wet feet
3. Mimi Webb
4. Lola Young
5. Central Cee
https://www.billboard.com/music/music-news/pinkpantheress-wins-bbc-sound-of-2022-poll-1235016444/ PinkPantheress wins BBC’s Sound Of 2022 poll – Billboard