Kate Bush is a legendary British singer-songwriter known for her innovative and theatrical style, unique voice, and poetic lyrics. Her music has inspired countless artists and continues to resonate with audiences around the world, and she has been widely celebrated for her influential contributions to the music industry. The 64-year-old will be officially recognized for her achievements as one of the inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the year 2023. This honor comes as no surprise to her fans and peers, as she has had a long and successful career spanning several decades. However, this new height coincides with the recent resurgence in her popularity after her 1985 pop single "Running Up That Hill" was used in one of the scenes of Stranger Things 4. Chairman of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, says 'Stranger Things 4' made Kate Bush popular among the youths Instagram In an interview with John Sykes, the Chairman of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, he described the singer as a highly influential and innovative artist in the industry who has made significant trailblazing contributions to women in music. RELATED: Stevie Nicks Lists Her Top 10 Favorite Songs Of All Time He further stated that her song, "Running Up That Hill" being used in Stranger Things 4 has helped to introduce her music to a new generation of fans who previously could not relate to her songs. “She’s been nominated many times, so the nominating committee was very happy that the general ballot voted Kate in this year,” Sykes told the news outlet. “Sometimes it takes a major moment like Willie’s 90th birthday or, in the case of Kate Bush, music being played in ‘Stranger Things’ to shine a light on them for a lot of younger people who didn’t know who she was in 1985; they probably weren’t even born yet.” 'Stranger Things' music supervisor, Nora Felder reveals that she was scared to approach Kate Bush for permission to use her song Nora Felder, the music supervisor who is responsible for selecting and licensing music for the hit television series Stranger Things, revealed in an interview with IndieWire that she was afraid to meet with Bush to obtain permission to use her song "Running Up That Hill" for the show. Instagram "I know Kate is very particular, as she should be. I kind of felt out," she explained to the news outlet. "When I called the publisher, I said, ‘What do you think? Does it have a chance?’ 'She said, ‘Look, she’s very picky but she reviews everything but as long as it lines up with a storyline she wants it to line up with, I could see giving it a shot. Who knows?’” However, the music supervisor revealed that she was able to secure the rights to the song because Bush herself was a fan of the TV series. Kate Bush Says she is happy for the reception her song, "Running Up That Hill" is getting since its use in 'Stranger Things 4.' "Running Up That Hill" was originally released in 1985 but has continued to be popular over the years and has been covered by numerous other artists, including Placebo, Within Temptation, and Meg Myers but the popularity dwindled until its use in the last season of Stranger Things. Instagram However, following the use of the song in Stranger Things 4, Bush revealed that she is particularly excited at the boost it is getting especially from the younger generation. “You might’ve heard that the first part of the fantastic, gripping new series of ‘Stranger Things’ has recently been released on Netflix,” Bush noted in the statement. “It features the song, ‘Running Up That Hill’ which is being given a whole new lease of life by the young fans who love the show – I love it too! Because of this, ‘Running Up That Hill’ is charting around the world and has entered the UK chart at No. 8. It’s all really exciting! Thanks very much to everyone who has supported the song."