A Musical Journey
Lydia Singer is an extremely talented up-coming singer-songwriter who began her singing career at the age of 9 when she entered her first singing competition and won leading to her following this up with a performance at the Milton Keynes Theatre.
In 2013/2014 Lydia collaborated with producer Charles Foskett and songwriter Rod Davis, who has written for Kylie Minogue, on her first original solo tracks including her first single “Meteor”.
During 2015 Lydia performed at Ronnie Scott's giving her the first opportunity to play with a big band behind her, something that proved to be a brilliant success. Lydia was also invited to sing for Dame Cleo Laine at a private function staged in her garden
2016 saw Lydia recording and working on her own material with producer Simon Brown at ChartHouse Music and released her first original in Sept16, together with 7 mixes, reaching No. 16 in the Music Week Club Charts (Week 42).
Lydia was also given the opportunity to perform at the House of iKons show at London Fashion Week where she sang Purple Rain as a Prince tribute to the late star. The show was televised live by Britrox TV (sponsored by HMV) on Sky TV to 79 countries with an anticipated audience of 400 million, televised by ITV London and the show is being filmed by a number of television companies for news and future features.
A busy 2017 saw the release of her next single, Wreckless, with the VEVO video being aired on Britrox TV /Sky TV for 8 nights on the Countdown Show 3.
Lydia was also given the opportunity to perform at both House of iKons show during London Fashion Week in February 17 and it's only the start of the year. Lydia's debut EP 'Just Being 15' was released in July 17 to great reviews followed quickly by Lydia's next release 'Out of Control' airplayed extensively on BBC Introducing.
2018 saw the release of Truth Hurts which Lydia performed live on Sue Marchant's 'Big Night In' ,BBC Cambridge, and broadcast across East Anglia. More performances at the House of iKons London Fashion Week show continued in February 2018 and, during June 2018, a trip to Beijing, China for the China-Sino Pop Music Summit proved to be a successful introduction to the Chinese market.
Great start to 2019 with the release of 'Never Said' which received huge support from BBC Introducing and other local radio stations. Lydia also released her first Urban track collaboration with This is El'tee and has continued to write songs of this genre with a soon to be released ep 'Tell Me'.
The National Reality Television Awards was another first for Lydia during 2019 and so is the forthcoming Urban Music Awards towards the end of 2019.
One Top 10 and two 20 Music Week Club Chart hits in 7 months, not bad for an unsigned singer/songwriter.