Music

Extraordinary female artists to listen to this year

In celebration of International Women's Day, we listed all the extraordinary woman in music you need to listen to and see live in 2020.

Halsey

Since 2015, Halsey has amassed over 23 billion streams worldwide and sold more than nine million adjusted albums globally. She has played sold-out dates on five continents and has been nominated for a GRAMMY. On January, she released her anticipated third album ‘Manic’.  [Tickets]

 

Gabrielle Aplin

Gabrielle Aplin recently released her forthcoming third album Dear Happy via AWAL and her own label Never Fade Records. Dear Happy is an uplifting pop record that chronicles Gabrielle’s life, and the experiences and cultures she has been inspired by whilst touring and travelling the world over the past couple of years. [Tickets]

 

Pussycat Dolls

The multi-platinum pop sensations – Nicole Scherzinger, Ashley Roberts, Kimberly Wyatt, Jessica Sutta and Carmit Bachar are bringing back Doll Domination. Having sold more than 54 million records worldwide and streamed over 1 Billion times, X2 Winners at the MTV VMA and achieved eight U.K. top 10 singles the dolls have Stick Wit Ya throughout the decades.  [Tickets]

 

Alicia Keys

15-time GRAMMY Award winner, Alicia Keys is set to release her forthcoming seventh studio album ‘Alicia’ on 20 March. The new album includes the anthemic single below “Underdog”. [Tickets]

 

Camila Cabello

Three-time GRAMMY® Award-nominated, multi-platinum and chart-topping singer-songwriter Camila Cabello began her official solo career after four years in Fifth Harmony. Camila released her RIAA 9x platinum smash hit “Havana,” in August 2017 where it attained the longest run at No. 1 on Pop Songs for any song by a female artist since 2013. Havana became the most streamed song of all time by a female artist and was the number one song of 2018 globally.  [Tickets]

 

Dua Lipa

Global Pop Superstar Dua Lipa eagerly awaited forthcoming album – ‘Future Nostalgia’ is set to be released in April 2020. On the new album Dua explains “What I wanted to do with this album was to break out of my comfort zone and challenge myself to make music that felt like it could sit alongside some of my favourite classic pop songs, whilst still feeling fresh and uniquely mine“. [Tickets]

 

Arlo Parks

Having recently released her forthcoming second EP ‘Sophie’, London musician/poet Arlo Parks is overwhelmingly considered the majestic voice of Generation Z. [Tickets]

 

Princess Nokia

New York-born Puerto Rican MC, singer, songwriter, style icon, actress, and activist Princess Nokia dropped “Sugar Honey Honey Iced Tea (S.H.I.T.)” – a rigorous, raw, and honest track featuring razor sharp raps between finger-snaps, gospel vocal runs and vibrant horns. [Tickets]

 

Alexandra Savior

Oregon native singer and songwriter Alexandra Savior’s ambitious and atmospheric songs put her ethereal voice and sharp writing on display. [Tickets]