GAMES released and played on BBC R1xtra in July 2020, together with support of BBC Introducing, is sure to be a winner for the rest of the singles out in 2020.
Winning her first singing competition at the age of 9, followed by her first large audience performance at Milton Keynes Theatre, Lydia then went on to perform at Ronnie Scott’s giving her the opportunity to sing with a live band; this was quickly followed by an invitation to sing for Dame Cleo Laine at The Stables jazz venue.
In 2014 Lydia collaborated with producer Charles Foskett and songwriter Rob Davis (Kylie Minogue) on her first single “Meteor” and went on to record acoustic covers, whilst working on her own material with producers Simon Brown and Jamie Sellers, building her catalogue of work.
Lydia has been a frequent performer on BBC Cambridge Introducing and has performed live on BBC Three Counties, MKFM, Secklow Sessions, Vibe FM, Wandsworth, Westside Radio and Riviera FM.
Frequent television appearances on the ShowCase Channel, Sky TV includes the Tell Vanessa show and Britrox TV with 2018 continuing to be an amazing year for Lydia with a trip to Beijing where she performed at the Anglo Sino pop concert.
2019 radio interviews included BBC Radio Berkshire with a life performance on the Natasha Watt show and Flex 101.4 FM with Sinitta & Martin on the 'Howdoo Show'.
A live performance and interview on BBC Radio London - The Scene, with Salma and LionHeart, was the first interview of 2020 and Lydia’s recent performance at The House of iKons show, during London Fashion Week February 2020, was covered by the reality television show ‘Rising Fashion Show’ and aired on Amazon Prime TV as part of Season 2.
‘Just Being 15’ was Lydia’s first EP release in 2017, quickly followed by, ‘Rebellious Teens’, Lydia’s second EP release in 2018, with ‘Way of Life’ being pick of the week on the BBC Introducing Cambridge.
In line with her 18th birthday, Lydia completed a collection of urban vibe songs during the summer of 2019 with her first release Games (released 2020) ,produced by Spooksville (Big Nastie), making it to BBC 1Xtra Sian Anderson's show. Three more songs followed consolidating her fanbase on Spotify and a cheeky lockdown video abroad was filmed for Tell Me.