A Bromyard-based singer is celebrating chart success with her latest single.

Amanda Hopewell’s new song Love Time has reached number one on the electro-house charts for Masspool Digital, one of the biggest DJ record pools in the US.

Record pools offer a centralised method of music distribution, so DJs can receive promotional music to play in nightclubs, at festivals and on the radio.

Ledbury Reporter: Amanda Hopewell's music is being played across the USAmanda Hopewell's music is being played across the US (Image: NQ)

For Amanda, this is another sign that her music is being enjoyed far and wide.

“It’s a massive achievement for me and my co-writer Julian Marsh, and great to have Love Time reach number one in the charts for Valentine’s Day,” she said.

“My music has spent the past 12 months in the charts including the Top 50 DJ Mix Show Charts and Dance Charts and it's currently being played by DJs all around the world.

“I’m looking forward to sharing new releases in the coming months including I Need You Back, Black Coffee and Tears and Show Me All The Love.”

Amanda, who is hoping to follow in the footsteps of Worcestershire pop stars Harry Styles and Becky Hill, performed to a local crowd at Ledbury’s Christmas lights switch-on last year.

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“I’ve also been invited to perform again at Ledbury Light Switch-on this year and I am so excited to sing again locally,” she said.

Amanda has also performed at the British Embassy in Berlin, on Italian television and represented the UK at the Brasilia International Music Festival.

She writes music alongside Canadian producer Julian Marsh, who has worked with artists including Whitney Houston, Dolly Parton, Leanne Rhymes and Gloria Gaynor.

But songs aren’t all Amanda writes - she has also published two plays and a poetry book, and has co-authored a psychological thriller alongside Charlotte Valentine that is due to be published this year.