Singer Hilary Roberts releases her second single titled “Back to Life” from her forthcoming debut album (Title TBD) which is set to release in late 2019. The feel-good pop track tells the story of coming back after hardships such as substance abuse and toxic relationships – the lyrics are sure to stun and captivate her audience.
Hilary’s first single “There for You” charted #3 on the Billboard Breakout Dance charts and remained in the top 30 for 3 weeks. “There For You” is available now on Apple Music, Spotify, and Beatport.
Hilary “The Red Songbird” Roberts is a Texas Pop singer currently working on finishing her first LP. The lead single is titled “There For You,” which will be released on June 1ST, followed with a music video dropping June 15TH. “There For You” is a pop/dance song that has a very strong meaning behind it. It’s about bringing a higher elevation of caring for one another, and being there for each other in times of need.
Hilary has a story of unimaginable troubles, traumatic circumstances, survival, and redemption. Hilary now dedicates her life and talents to making a positive impact on society through her music.
Hilary has led quite an unusual life and has an incredible story. Her life experiences are what inspire her to do what she does – she would like to heal those in need and bring people together. Hilary is a survivor – and she is inspired most by people who survive the most horrific of circumstances and fight for their freedom to heal, people who treat others with love and kindness, people that are authentic and anyone who is brave. Hilary’s main goal is to make music that makes people want to groove, makes people feel less alone, makes people smile a little bit more, and inspires them to do something kind for someone else.
Hilary currently resides in Dallas, Texas. When she is not busy making or performing music, she can be found dancing, enjoying nature and animals, hanging out with her Bichon/Poodle and Russian Blue kitty, driving fast cars, and giving back to the community. She is an active member of American Heart Association, and does as much work as she can with any child advocacy center, any organization that helps the elderly, any no kill shelters and any animal rescues.
You can learn more about her story here: