After taking part in the first ever series of the hit BBC show in 2012, Becky went on to ink a deal with Eko Music.
This helped her to land a host of feature slots including number one hit Gecko (Overdrive) with Oliver Heldens and Wilkinson track Afterglow.
She’s now signed to major label Polydor – under the Universal Music umbrella – and hoping to release her debut album at the start of 2019.
Chatting to Daily Star Online backstage after her set at Boardmasters Festival, Becky, 24, said: “I find there are parts of my job that I love and there are parts that I find really, really difficult.”
Speaking frankly about TV talent show The Voice, Becky admitted she found the whole experience contrived and said producers actively dig for sob stories to lead on.
She explained: “I remember filling out the questionnaire as I was on the way down and it was like: ‘What inspires you?’ ‘What motivates you?’
“‘Do you have a dog with three legs that you are singing for?’
“Do you know what I mean? All that sort of s***.”
Despite helping to springboard her career, Becky insists she never wanted to be classed as a singer from reality TV.
“I remember filling out the questionnaire, like: ‘What inspires you?’, ‘What motivates you?’ ‘Do you have a dog with three legs that you are singing for?’”
She added: “It was strange that I even went on The Voice.
“I was a music snob and I never wanted to go on a reality TV show as I thought it was a bit uncool.
“The only reason I went on The Voice was because I knew nothing about it, it was the first series.”
Fom the outside looking in, the life of a pop star may look picture perfect, yet Becky insists it is far from glam.
MNEK’s best mate said: “I find there are parts of my job that I love, and there are parts that I find really, really difficult.
“With a lot of other jobs you do get training, and the music industry doesn’t really come with any training.
“You have to watch your own back because there are a lot of people who will take advantage of you.”
Asked if she has ever felt exploited, Becky candidly continued: “The whole industry is about exploitation so you have to be careful who is exploiting you and when.
“I find music videos very hard as I get very anxious.
“You have to tell yourself you can do it and you are okay.”
Revealing she has almost called it quits on multiple occasions, the bubbly star added: “It is easier to give up than carry on and I’ve been close many, many times to giving up.”