Ghana has some great talents in the music industry. There are many popular singers in Ghana. The music industry is highly dominated by male singers. However, there are some great female singers in Ghana too. Let’s know about them.
Top 5 female singers and musicians in Ghana
Gyakie is a popular Ghanaian afro singer. She has managed to amaze her fans with her voice. She released her first single titled; “Love is Pretty” in 2019. Never Like This, Control, Whine, and Love Is Pretty are some of her famous songs. Her music is a unique blend of Afro-pop and Afrobeat. She is becoming a major star with a live performance.
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MzVee is a Ghanaian singer, Afropop, dancehall and R&B artiste. She is one of the best singers in Ghana. JeJely, My Holy Girl, Ras Kuuku, Coming Home and Tiwa Savage are some of her famous songs. She was awarded the Best Female Artist Honour at the Ghana Music Honours in 2017.
Amaarae is one of the most famous Ghanaian singers. In April 2018, Amaarae was added to Apple Music Africa’s Favourite New Artist list. She was nominated in the Best Alternative Artist category at the MTV Africa Music Awards 2021. Like it, fantasy, feel it away, and fancy are some of her famous songs.
Fantana is a Ghanaian singer and musician. She has proved to be an awesome singer, songwriter and performer in recent years. Girls hate on girls, so what, broken mirror, and Rich Gyal Anthem are some of her famous songs. She started her music career as a background vocalist for renowned artists like Obrafour, El, D-Black and Sarkodie.
5) Cina Soul
Cina Soul is a Ghanaian singer-songwriter and recording artist. She came into the limelight after emerging as the first runner-up at the 2014 Vodafone Ghana Music Icons competition. Die For You, Say You Love Me, Julor, OMG, and next to you are some of her famous songs.
This is the list of the top 5 female singers in Ghana. Apart from these celebrities, which Ghanaian singer would you like to see on this list?
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