Fresh off of her critically-acclaimed Party in the Valley Tour, Betty Who continued a massive 2017 that began with the release of her sophomore album The Valley (RCA Records). March’s release of The Valley cemented the Australian singer’s position at the forefront of pop music, as she continues to cultivate a style that’s equally smart, sexy, and spunky.

Described by New York Magazine as a mix of “early Madonna…Katy Perry and Robyn, with spunk and confidence”, and by ELLE as “your next pop obsession”, Betty has built a passionate and loyal fan base through her early EP’s, undeniable charisma and ecstatic live show. Her debut LP entitled Take Me When You Go (RCA Records) propelled the singer onto center stage, landing her opening slots on high-profile tours with Katy Perry, Kylie Minogue and Kiesza. Continuing her momentum into 2016, Betty laid the foundation for what would become her sophomore full-length with a cover of Donna Lewis’s 1996 smash “I Love You Always Forever,” which clinched the Top Spot on Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart, racking up more than 18 million Spotify streams to-date and reaching ARIA-certified double-platinum status.

Betty is touring the rest of 2017 on her sold out Party In The Valley Tour, which has been met with overwhelming critical praise, with Pop Dust describing the show as, “a dynamic display of her relentless mastery of big hooks and even bigger message songs,” and Rebellious Magazine proclaiming, “There ain’t no party like a Betty Who party.”