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Best female singers of all time

Although many people will argue that the music industry is male dominated, there have been many female artists although only a few have risen to greatness. These musicians have been able to set and maintain a worldwide trend as they dominate the charts in their exceptional and fashionable way, and making our hearts rejoice as we watch them in awe. Over the years, they have continued to become an important part of the global music industry as they venture in all genres ranging from rock n roll to folk music.

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Famous women singers

One of the best known and recognized female singers is Ella Fitzgerald who is commonly referred to as a jazz musician. Throughout her career, she was able to win 13 Grammy awards due to her intricate phrasing and tonal quality which has been engraved in the hearts of many song lovers until to date.

Aretha Franklin is another gem in the music industry having won 20 Grammy awards which together with her heart-touching voice saw her being named the queen of soul melody. Besides, Aretha Franklin was named as the first feminine singer to make it into the rock and roll hall of fame and can still be seen on stage even after 50 years. Last but not least, it is not right not to mention Whitney Houston who was a real diva and a legendary musician in the RnB genre. Others include Celine Dion, Madonna, Britney Spears, and Adele.

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Some of the biggest hits by ladies

True lovers of pop can clearly remember the great hit “Like a prayer” by the Queen of Pop Madonna who has been given serious credit as an icon of her time and can still be heard on our radios and the dance floor to date. “I wanna dance with somebody” is another great creation of Whitney Houston which has been able to win her a lot of awards. Others that cannot miss on the list include Britney Spears’ “Baby one more time”, “Rolling in the deep” by Adele, “Single ladies” by Beyoncé and Katy Perry’s “Firework”.