Wish You Well
by Sigala (featuring Becky Hill)

Album: Get to Know (2019)
  • Growing up, British DJ Sigala was hugely into trance songs by the likes of Tiesto and Armin van Buuren. He took inspiration from that part of his life for the sound of this house club-ready release.
  • Sigala tapped The Voice 2012 semifinalist Becky Hill to provide the vocals. The soulful singer is best known for her chart-topping collaboration with Dutch house producer Oliver Heldens, "Gecko (Overdrive)." Other collaborations include ones with Wilkinson ("Afterglow") Rudimental ("Powerless") and ML and Jonas Blue ("Back and Forth").
  • Lyrically, the song finds Becky Hill letting her beau go in a loving way.

    It's sad we're not together, but I wish happiness for you
    I know we said forever, love don't always make it through

    Though Hill's lover has hurt her she would like to stay together. However, in breaking up in a civilized way she hopes he will remember she was always good to him.
  • Becky Hill wrote the lyrics shortly after breaking up with her boyfriend of three years. She told OfficialCharts.com:

    "I'd begun to realize he didn't treat me right and couldn't love me or himself so the song is really about wanting someone to go and have a good life but not be a part of mine whatsoever lol."
  • The song was included on Becky Hill's 2019 career-spanning compilation album Get to Know.


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