London singer-songwriter Binky has managed to cement her place as one of the UK’s most prominent new names in Country and Pop music. A happy go lucky, wild and bubbly singer from London Essex. Fusing her love of urban pop and country music, Binky is a unique sonic force in the British country music scene. Country is an ever-evolving genre. While many debate what is and what’s not country, others simply enjoy the music at face value. Boasting over half a million streams on Spotify, the bubbly singer/songwriter has shown that she is able to explore the full depths and breath of the sound. Having showcased a Faith Hill-balladeer on her stunning single “Don’t Let Go”, her previous releases have shown she is unafraid of exploring the poppier terrain currently dominated by Lauren Alaina and Maren Morris.
The first track to come from this fusion was the incredible debut “Fireflies”. A joyous slice of summer, the track is now approaching 400K streams on Spotify as well as a number 8 debut chart position on iTunes.
She followed up with the anthemic “Jackie D”, With an attitude and confidence exuding from this Kelsea Ballerini-esque, energy-charged foot- stomper, Binky continued her trend of slickly produced infectious tunes packed full of lyrical and melodic hooks, tailored perfectly for the live shows. ‘Jackie D’ was destined to become a real fan favourite in UK country with its ‘girl power’ rebellious style, great depth and the passionate, emotional delivery from Binky.
She followed this with a dreamy pop inspired summer anthem “Get Lost”, which really got heads turning and lots of talk on the UK country scene, cementing her place as one of the country’s most exciting new crossover country artists
Charismatic voice belting out melodic hooks…incredibly infectious” – Kick-Ass Indie Jams
“The rising star is definitely one to keep an eye out for” – Lyric Magazine
After closing 2018 with a bang with a sell-out headline event, 2019 sees Binky exploring her genre even further and working on a ground-breaking EP, which sources say is one to watch out for come early 2020. What will this “pocket rocket” as she is so beautifully described by the BBC’s Gaby Roslin, deliver next. We eagerly await as she masters her next chapter.
“My journey has been a whirl wind from the start and has been so much more than I ever thought it would be. I have been given the chance of a lifetime and I can’t express how blessed I feel. This started as a seemingly impossible dream, that dream is now slowly feeling as though it could come true. I can see my goal peering through the clouds. Wherever my future is destined, I will never forget this journey and the people I have met along the way, no matter what lies at the end of the road”