Katy B has released three hit albums to date, as well as collaborating with a huge range of stars on a series of high-profile tracks.
Her debut album, On a Mission, was released in 2011, went to Number 2 in the UK charts and was nominated for the Mercury Prize. The album included the Top 5 hits ‘Katy on a Mission’ and ‘Lights On’, as well as the Top 10 hit ‘Broken Record’.
Katy B’s second album, Little Red, was released in 2014 and went to Number 1 in the UK. It contained the singles ‘5AM’, ‘Crying For No Reason’ and ‘Still’. Her most recent album, Honey, was released in 2016. It includes a solo version of the track ‘Turn the Music Louder (Rumble)’, which she also recorded a separate mix of with KDA and Tinie Tempah in a track that went to Number 1 in the UK.
She has also collaborated with a wide range of artists on other projects. She teamed up with Mark Ronson for the song ‘Anywhere In The World’, which was created as an advert for Coca-Cola for the 2012 Summer Olympics. She also performed a version of the Take That song ‘Greatest Day’ with a wide range of stars, including famous footballers such as Gary Lineker and Michael Owen, for the England football team’s 2014 World Cup song.