Betty Who

Singer-songwriter Betty Who’s debut single “Somebody Loves You” was independently released on November 30, 2012 as a free download. The song, co-written by Australian singers Betty Who and Peter Thomas, received widespread acclaim.

The Movement was The Who’s debut EP, released on April 17, 2013. The EP’s popularity online helped draw a lot of attention from the label. Eventually he signed with RCA Records. The Who’s second EP, Slow Dancing, was released in April 2014. It reached number one on the iTunes pop charts. The EP single “Heartbreak Dream” was released in the credits of the 2015 film “Pitch Perfect 2”.

Who’s debut studio album Take Me When You Go was released in October 2014. The album contained 13 songs, four of which were from his previous EPs. “All Of You” from the album became his second number one on the US dance charts.

Her interpretation of “Love You Always Forever” comes from her second studio album “The Valley” (2017). It was a commercial success, peaking in the top 10 in Australia. It also topped the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart in the United States.

After splitting from RCA Records in 2017, the Australian singer released “Ignore Me” in 2018. It was her debut single as an independent artist. In 2018, The Who released a remix of Wide Life’s All Things (Just Keep Getting Better). It was the theme song for the second season of Netflix’s Queer Eye Revival.

Betty Who released another new single, “Between You & Me” in November 2018. It was the first single from the new album “Betty”. She used some shades of blue and pictures of herself on her social media pages to reveal the lyrics with the release of this single. Betty Who portrays herself and her love interest in the music video for this song.

Who started a Patreon in June 2020 to fund new songs and give fans access to unique material. Betty Who is known for songs like: “Somebody Loves You”, “Heartbreak Dream”, “I Love You Always Forever”. She is also known for her albums Take Me When You Go, The Valley, and Betty.





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