female singer

A Master List of Modern Female Musicians People Need to Start Listening To!

solo artists, all girl bands, or female fronted that I think deserve more attention (read: underrated/slept on), separated by genre! I’ll put a 🌈 next to the artist’s name if they are openly (not rumored) queer and/or a ⚡️if they’re a person of color! this list is not finished, so if you see an artist you think should be on this list and/or a mistake feel free to message me!

Alternative

Against Me! 🌈

Alabama Shakes⚡️ 🌈

Alexandra Savior

Banks

Billie Eilish

Bishop Briggs

Bleached

Broods

Cherry Glazers

Courtney Barnett 🌈

Elle King

Ex Hex

Fit for Rivals

Gin Wigmore

Glades

Goldfrapp 🌈

Greta Isaac

Halsey 🌈⚡️

Julien Baker🌈

K.Flay

Laurel

LAYNE

Lykke Li⚡️

Mitski⚡️


PJ Harvey

PVRIS 🌈

Soccer Mommy

Tash Sultana

Tune-Yards

Whissell

Wolf Alice

Electronic

Alina Baraz

Marian Hill

Peaches 🌈

Purity Ring

Metal

Arch Enemy

In This Moment

Pop

Alessia Cara

Allie X

AURORA

Charlotte OC⚡️

Daniela Andrade⚡️

Daya

Dua Lipa

FLETCHER🌈

Georgi Kay

Gia 🌈

Hayley Kiyoko 🌈⚡️

Hey Violet

VÉRITÉ

Yuna⚡️

Zolita 🌈

Punk

The Distillers

Heartsounds

Sharptooth🌈

Rap/Hip Hop

Angel Haze⚡️ 🌈

Cupcakke⚡️ 🌈

JUNGLEPUSSY⚡️

Kari Faux⚡️

Leikeli47⚡️

Miss Eaves⚡️

Mona Haydar ⚡️

Princess Nokia⚡️🌈

Rapsody⚡️

Snow Tha Product⚡️

Rock

Alison Breitman

The Dead Weather

Devilskin

Dorothy

Evanescence

Girl in a Coma🌈

Gossip🌈

Halestorm🌈

The Kills

Marmozets

The Pretty Reckless

Ruth Garbus

Sumo Cyco

R&B/Soul

ABRA⚡️

IAMDDB⚡️

Jessie Reyez⚡️

Jorja Smith⚡️

Kali Uchis⚡️

Kehlani 🌈⚡️

Kelela⚡️🌈

NAO⚡️

Saba Abraha⚡️

SZA⚡️🌈

Tinashe⚡️🌈

Singer/Songwriter

Gabrielle Aplin

JULIE ANDREWS

Dame Julie Elizabeth Andrews, is an English film and stage actress, and an operatic singer, who was born in Surrey, England. She was the original singer for the stage musicals of The King and I, My Fair Lady, and Mary Poppins.

In 1957 she became the 1st person to play Cinderella on-screen. She made her feature film debut in Mary Poppins (1964), for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress. She later married Hollywood writer Blake Edwards.

She had the lead role in the blockbuster film The Sound of Music, an when Adjusted for inflation, this is the third-highest grossing film of all time. 

She acted in other big films an was directed by Alfred Hitchcock, making her the most successful film star in the world in the 1960s. In 2000, she was made a Dame by Queen Elizabeth II for services to the performing arts. 

In the 21st century her film career still continued, with the successes of The Princess Diaries and its sequel, plus the animated-films of Shrek (2004–2010), and Despicable Me (2010), for which she provided her ladylike voice.

In addition to her Oscar Award, she has won 5 Golden Globes, 3 Grammys, 2 Emmys, and a great many other awards that are too many to list here !