Known for the major success of the Lizzie McGuire show in the good old Disney days, Hilary Duff has brought out music that’s definitely passed the test of time. Some favorites include “So Yesterday” and “Come Clean”, which both come from her best selling album to date, “Metamorphosis”.
Not many artists these days can say they their album has sold more than 5 million copies worldwide, so hurrah for Hilary! (note: album and single sales have dropped dramatically over the past decade, but still: the interest and appeal in Duff was and is still obviously there).
Now back into the spotlight, Hilary Duff has brought a new appeal into her music.
“All About You”, which was released as the second single from her top 5 Billboard 200 album “Breathe In. Breathe Out”, boasts a folk-pop driven aura with some critics pointing out the guitar-driven track sounding like something Mumford & Sons, The Lumineers and/or Taylor Swift would dish out on an album.
While the single wasn’t as successful on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, it did manage to sneak in on the Top 40 Mainstream chart at a respectable 38. It also tackled the ARIA charts splendidly, peaking at number 20 and being certified Gold.
Hilary has always been a respectable role model and continues to reinvent herself with new experimentation in music.
Keep the momentum going Duff, we’re with ya!