Becky Hill has called for more women to get to headline Ibiza.

The BRIT Award winning artist has urged the dance capital of the world to diversify its lineups and even billboards, as she claimed men are still dominating the scene.

She told Music Week magazine: "You land [at the airport] and all you see are men's faces on billboards.

"That's when I realise how far we've got to go with music.

"We don't have a situation in the superclubs like Hi or Amnesia where a woman is doing a headline residency."

The 30-year-old singer may have been running her own parties in Ibiza over the last few years, but she pointed out there is more to be done.

She added: "I won't stop until I'm stood shoulder to shoulder with Calvin Harris, David Guetta and Tiesto in Ushuaia in Ibiza.

"This is a goal I've had for a couple of years now."

Becky is set to release her new album 'Believe Me Now?' this month, and her love of dance music plays a key roll as she gets "some cool points back" with the collection.

She explained: "It's not that I don't like my own music.

"But I'm very immersed in dance culture and I wanted to have a new body of work that didn't isolate the commercial by any means, but fitted a little better in the dance world.

"The new album is still great pop songs, but it's teamed up with a weightier, purer production."

She has collaborated with the likes of Chase and Status and Self Esteem on the record, and she hopes the LP can continue her journey to world domination after already finding huge success in the UK.

She said: "It feels like I've achieved breaking the UK, which is what I've always wanted to do.

"It took me 12 years and now I feel like I'm onto the rest of the world."