The only reason you should be saying “Who” when it comes to Betty Who is to reference half of her stage name. This woman is an Australian singer-songwriter and musician that knows how to catch your attention and keep it with her amazing talent and summer dream style of music. She burst on to the scene originally back in 2013 with an EP that contained her breakout hit that started getting her attention called “Somebody Loves You”. You know that if Glee eventually covers your song, you’ve made it. This song was making waves on the internet for some time, with the following release of another EP called Slow Dancing, which is when I started paying way more attention to Betty Who.
My instant favourite was originally “Heartbreak Dream”, which did nothing but want to make me drive around with the windows down, blasting her music around town. Pretty much all her music makes you want to do just that, but this is the song that started that association for me. She has toured with Katy Perry, Kylie Mingoue, and is about to go on tour with Kiesza, hitting all the right audiences that will enjoy her styling of music. I would definitely love to attend one of her concerts, and know that I missed out on a chance not too long ago which makes me a bit sad.
Fastforward to September of last year, the first full length album called Take Me When You Go got released. Packed from start to finish with hits, this album has been on replay a lot when I just wanted to feel good and put a little more happiness into my day. I love catching the Australian accent every now and then and loving her voice even more. My all-time favourite of any song she has released thus far has got to be “All Of You”. I have included it in a monthly playlist before (here), but I wanted to add more emphasis on how awesome this song really is. It is outstanding when a person that constantly is putting out perfect party tracks ends up releasing the perfect slower tempo song that is equally amazing. The song I am talking about is “Missing You”, which is what I will listen to when I need a slower song, but still want to listen to Betty Who. I included this one on another monthly playlist (here), and think you should check this one out as well!
I will leave you with the music video for “All Of You” because it only helps imagine listening to this song in a summer setting and driving around and the perfect little story to go along with it. I hope I have created a few more Betty Who fans after you have read this.