International Women’s Day: Female Artists To Watch In 2020

International Women’s Day: Female Artists To Watch In 2020

Sunday 8th March 2020. Mark the date. International Women’s Day. A day when we celebrate the strong women around us and look back at the huge achievements and strides towards equality that should be praised not just this day, but every day.
To celebrate this important day, we’re shouting about the female artists to watch in 2020 so that your year can be filled with the voices of talented women.

Tia Carys
Rapper and freestyler, Tia creates music with a fresh take on R&B. Touching on her African heritage background, she creates music that explores topics of identity and belonging. Most notably, with her track English X Ghana being a favourite. Her new single titled ‘Figure Me Out’ has seen the artist kick off 2020 with a bang.

Becky Hill
Becky Hill rose to fame after appearing on the first series of The Voice UK as part of Jessie J’s team. Going from strength to strength, there’s no stopping this female artist in 2020. Collaborating with a handful of acts alike from MK to Sigala, we expect big things for the year ahead.

Celeste
As BBC Music’s Sound of 2020 winner, Celeste creates British soul and jazz-tinged blues over subtle R&B melodies. Set to release her highly anticipated debut album this year, at the age of 25. Growing up in Brighton, Celeste took inspiration from the likes of Aretha Franklin and Kanye which has inspired her soulful sound with contemporary vocals that will see her success soar in 2020. This is just the beginning for Celeste

Mahalia
Collaborating with the likes of Burna Boy for song ‘Simmer’, Mahalia is somewhat of a Veteran after being signed at just 13 years old. Now in her early 20s, Mahalia writes in a relatable way about love and modern dating which has seen her soar into the limelight and grow. With soulful R&B sounds, Mahalia is an empowering woman with no signs of slowing down.

Keep an eye out for these talented women in 2020, using them as your inspiration to continue to fly the flag for powerful women around the world.

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