Emerging Female Music Artists
You need to know now what everyone else will figure out later. You want to hear tomorrow’s hitmakers today. In fact, you’re probably looking for something better in your toys, boys or girls and music. Here are two new hot emerging female musicians.
Winning raves and climbing the charts, these female artists are emerging as the next big things. With unique visions, haunting voices and passionate perspectives, they embody the best of what’s fun, fearless and female.
Dance hits with depth. Honeyed heartache. If you want to dance your way through your pain, then Wynter Gordon is the artist for you. Having written hits for top selling artists, it’s now Wynter’s turn in the spotlight. Although she’s performed at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, Wynter’s debut album is full of hard-hitting dance tunes, infused with real life sincerity. With her tracks “Surveillance” and “Renegade” atop of the club and radio request lists.
Wynter Call Out: “Music is my passion and my life, but it is also a door to do something else. It is an opportunity to raise awareness and actually help people, and that’s where I want to go,” says Wynter.
22-year-old, Dublin-born Laura Izibor combines style, substance and soul in her debut album, “Let the Truth Be Told.” One of Rolling Stone Magazine’s Artist To Watch in 2009, Essence Magazine’s “Best New Artist”, Vibe’s “Next” Artist and VH1 Soul You Oughta Know Artist, Izibor’s songs have been featured on some of today’s most popular movies and TV shows. Mixing R&B and funk, Izibor creates a universally modern sound in her piano-driven songs about love, life and loss. Know as “The Soul of Ireland” Hill has sold-out shows in Ireland, and opened for some of the biggest names in Soul, R&B and Hip-Hop. If you’re looking for a dose of sexy, modern soul, give a listen to Laura Izibor.
Call out: “The foundation begins with soul,” explains 21-year-old singer/songwriter/producer Laura Izibor of her passionate, piano-guided songs.