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    • Rachel K Collier

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    Rachel K Collier

    Rachel K Collier is a Welsh electronic music producer and performer[1] from Swansea, Wales. She studied Creative Music Technology (BMus) for four years at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama before moving to London in 2010 to further pursue her music career.[2] She is known for her songs "Hard Road to Travel" and "Boom Boom (Heartbeat)".

    Contents 1 Music career 1.1 2012: Hard Road to Travel 1.2 2013–2014: Boom Boom (Heartbeat) & breakthrough 2 Discography 2.1 Singles 2.1.1 As lead artist 2.1.2 As featured artist 3 Awards 4 References Music career 2012: Hard Road to Travel

    In May 2012 Rachel released her first solo single "Hard Road to Travel", a song originally recorded by Jimmy Cliff in 1967. The song peaked at 79 on the UK Singles Chart[3] after being featured in a QualitySolicitors advert.[4] This was followed up in July 2012 with the release of the collaboration with Wookie (musician) on the single "2 Us".

    2013–2014: Boom Boom (Heartbeat) & breakthrough

    In August 2013 Rachel featured on Ray Foxx's single "Boom Boom (Heartbeat)". The song peaked at number 12 on the UK Singles Chart, number 2 on the UK Dance Chart and number 13 on the Scottish Singles Chart. "Boom Boom (Heartbeat)" was also nominated for "Best Collaboration" at the Urban Music Awards 2013.[5]

    November 2013 saw another collaboration, this time with Mat Zo on the track "Only For You (feat. Rachel K Collier)", the second track on the album "Damage Control"[6] with Rachel credited as co-writer and featured vocalist.[7]

    Rachel's debut single "Predictions", Sarah Jane Crawford's 'Smash' of the week on BBC Radio 1Xtra in November 2013,[8] was released on 13 January 2014 on Strictly Rhythm.[9]

    Discography Singles As lead artist Year Title Peak chart positions UK 2012 "Hard Road to Travel" 79 2014 "Predictions" — 2016 "Ships" — 2017 "Paper Tiger" — 2017 "Rust" — 2018 "Darkshade" —

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