Ariel Hill is an aspiring singer and music composer. She is a multi-talented instrumentalist from Houston, Texas. She has been struggling for her fame and reputation both locally and internationally in previous times.
Along with her international achievements, she has also performed in the Nashville circuit. Besides this, she toured extensively across Europe and participated in several songwriting workshops across Europe. Over 20,000 people saw her perform the national anthem for the Houston Rockets during the NBA playoffs.
Despite the fact, she had an enormously busy year. She has been managing high-level television interviews and lives musical concerts. As of now, the streaming statistics for recent live songs “Honeycomb” and “Dream in Peace” have been impressive across a variety of platforms.
Ariel has started her podcast show, which she calls Riel Talk. Not only this, Moonstruck is her first studio album, which is set to be released to be coming later this year.
Ariel Hill’s most recent song (Made Up) is now streaming on most streaming platforms globally. It has a unique style. The song begins with a low-bass guitar and vocals. However, her seductive voice recalls Lorde’s ‘Pure Heroine’ period, where she calls “never calls” an unidentified love partner.
A downtempo organic rhythm develops as the track continues. Ambient rhythms, dreamy synthesizers, and an otherworldly blend of strings and background vocals create a relaxed, Morcheeba-style Trip-hop vibe. During this time, Ariel recalls the idea of her new obsession with a guy who she does not know and who may or may not even exist.
Join her social media accounts to stay updated on all of her current and upcoming ventures as this diverse and profoundly gifted emerging star. She is actively posting on Instagram, YouTube, Spotify, and her website ArielHillMusic.com.
This article was penned by Jonathan P. Wright. Jonathan is a freelance writer for multiple mainstream publications and CVO of RADIOPUSHERS. You can read more of his work by clicking here.