5 Female musicians to keep an eye on 2019

As times change, we do it too, and music has always been the reflect of our society. Year after year more and more female artists take a step (or two) forward and show us their potential, which sadly has taken more time than it should have. So, what can we do when such a big number of women are taking the stage? Share their music. Easy.


Here you got 5 artists that will surely break out sooner than you think.



  1. Lava La Rue

This youngster from London with Jamaican roots has absolutely blown our minds. She's just started releasing music, dropping her first EP earlier this year, but there's no doubt she's been in the game for a long time. Her single “Widdithas taken off since we had the opportunity to watch her in the COLORS Youtube channel. Stylish 90's Hip-Hop, R&B, she can do whatever she wants to, and it seems that nothing will stop her.



  1. Tiana Major9

Also from London and just with 3 songs on her back, Tiana Major9 is one of the biggest hopes for British Jazz and R&B fans. She sings like an angel, and her single “Leeve (Let it Break)” has almost reached 1M plays on Spotify. You can trust us when we say that you're about to witness something special.



  1. Anna Leone

This Swedish 24 year-old will make you wipe your tears. She's pure feeling. Alternative, Indie, Folk, it doesn't matter how you call it, what we know is that she's awesome. She released a 5 song EP this year called “Wandered Away”, and is now touring Europe, so don't be a fool and catch her if she plays nearby. Beatiful guitar, beautiful voice, nothing else to say.



  1. Petal

Petal is a sometimes pop punk, sometimes indie, sometimes acoustic band from Scranton, Pennsylvania, that consists of only one permanent member, her frontwoman Kiley Lotz, while the rest of the band consists in a rotating group of different musicians. Lotz expresses everything she feels in the most beautiful and raw way in her songs, what makes them unique. They've been around since 2013, and their new record “Magic Gone” (2018) is such a banger.



  1. Brat Star

This Canadian dj has lately gained a lot popularity in the Spanish trap scene, touring with the Spanish rapper Yung Beef and playing in some of the most important festivals around the country. She started playing shows in her hometown Montreal, but then she moved to Berlin. From Techno to Trap or Dancehall, her dj sets are wild, and you can check them all out in her soundcloud.


Author: @Maurowetsand