Many kenyan female artists have brought their game up despite the challenges that they are facing in the male dominated industry. Although females are regarded to be committed to their families these women have found time to make new music and drop new collabos. In this year we'll continue to see local female artists pushing the boundaries and treating their fans with beautiful music. Here is a list of Kenyan female artists that you should watch out, because they will keep doing great things.
1. Nadia mukami
She had a great start and because we all know, how hardworking she is we expect her to be better than she is today. She is really doing well in the music industry as she is feeding her fans with good music.
She is one of the most loved kenyan female musician. She is barely two years old in the local music industry, but she is doing great things.
After she parted ways with her ex Diamond platinumz she concentrated on her music as according to what she has been able to achieve, she is actually talented more than just having a pretty face.
Despite releasing some of the biggest songs in the country, and having collabos with some of the biggest artists around I feel jovial is likely to do great things in the music industry.
5. Fena Gitu
We know how hardworking phenomenal woman is, and I strongly feel that she is one of those who will make it to the industry this year.
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