Tiësto and Becky Hill Drop New Single ‘Nothing Really Matters’ Ahead Of Tiësto’s Upcoming Album

Today Grammy-winning, platinum-certified international icon Tiësto releases ‘Nothing Really Matters’, his new single written with and vocal by UK powerhouse Becky Hill. This pop anthem with big dancefloor energy is sure to fill up the hearts and home quarantine parties around the world!
‘Nothing Really Matters’ is the latest single from Tiësto’s soon to be released album. The song is also accompanied by a lyric video—Watch it here! The video, created by Timo Helgert, is an extension of his ‘Return To Nature’ works—a creative series designed to inspire hope during a time of being stuck inside. 
This is Tiësto’s first collaboration with Becky, who’s latest single ‘Better Off Without You (ft.Shift K3Y)’ has clocked over 34 million global streams. Becky also holds the impressive spot as the 2nd most-streamed UK Female on Spotify.
“Working with Becky in the studio was such a great experience. She has incredible energy and such a powerful voice. I cannot wait for the world to hear this song” said Tiësto. “It is also a perfect taste of what’s to come with the new album project!”
“Of all my collaborations I’ve written & been a part of, this single with Tiësto is a real career defining moment. I’ve written and vocalled songs for some of the best in the game & Tiësto is a great example of that. I’m very excited for this release & to be a part of the album,” said Becky. 
Tonight, at 7pm EST Tiësto will be doing a live stream with Beatport.  Tune in here
‘Nothing Really Matters’ follows the success of Tiësto’s recent collaborations with other female UK sensations like Rita Ora on ‘Ritual’ and Mabel on ‘God Is A Dancer’. With its irresistible beat and sultry lyrics, ‘Ritual’ has amassed 445 million streams and has garnered over 91 million views on the official music video. An irresistible slice of modern pop, ‘God Is A Dancer’ continues to climb with 169 million streams and over 45 million views on the official  music video

About Tiësto
Tiësto is a Grammy® Award-winning, platinum-certified, international icon. The DJ and producer is the only artist to ever hold the titles of “The Greatest DJ of All Time” courtesy of Mixmag, “#1 DJ” according to Rolling Stone, and “The Godfather of EDM” as proclaimed by Billboard. From his high-profile residency at Hakkasan to his crossover success, Tiësto created the blueprint that defines what it means to be a success in today’s dance music world.
About Becky Hill
Renowned for her show-stopping vocal prowess and her credentials as a hitmaking song writer, 25 year old Becky Hill is one of Britain’s most in-demand musical exports of the moment. Following a killer 2019 with the release of three hits – including ‘I Could Get Used to This’ (with Weiss), and ‘Lose Control’ (with Meduza and Goodboys) – Becky Hill closed the year as the 2nd most listened to British female artist on Spotify in the UK. Becky has not only notched up over a billion streams, but also 20million monthly Spotify listeners. She has an impressive string of hits to her name, having written and performed on nine singles which charted in the top 40 of the UK official singles chart, including the recently released ‘Better Off Without You’ (currently in the top 15), the chart-toping, number 1, (‘Gecko (Overdrive)’ with Oliver Heldens) and two top 10 singles (‘Wish You Well’ with Sigala and ‘Afterglow’ with Wilkinson). Over and above this, she has collaborated with the likes of Rudimental, Matoma, Lil Simz and more, while her songwriting skills have been enlisted by artists ranging from MK, Tiesto, Jax Jones and Martin Solveig through to MNEK and Little Mix. This is no mean feat considering only 17% of PRS for Music’s registered songwriters are female. Indeed, Becky Hill is flying the flag for women in the music industry, both as a songwriter, and behind the scenes. Before signing a Joint Venture deal with Polydor in 2017, she founded and self-funded her own independent label, Eko Records (named after the 12 string guitar she watched her late uncle play as a child).