Trending South Africa Amapiano Female Artists: As amapiano grows, so does South African music, as the “voice of the people,” kwaito, adapts to discover new methods of expressing itself in the worldwide pop-culture debate. House music has traditionally been a male-dominated genre, and South Africa is a perpetual war for women who are shifting the narratives around their contributions to the country’s advancement.
Nkosazanah Nolwazi Kimberly (born October 6, 2000) is a South African vocalist better known as Nkosazana Daughter. She is a musician, songwriter, and artist as well. She is from South Africa and has achieved fame via her art.
She is not a new face on the television, and the entertainment personality’s appeal is growing. She is the author of various songs that launched her to fame. Many individuals, particularly women, find inspiration in the acclaimed songwriter. In just a few months, Nkosazana Daughter has risen to popularity. She has worked with Amapiano and other house producers.
Nkosazanah Daughter songs
- Uzolala la
Babalwa M, labeled the “queen of private school amapiano,” is most known for her sparkling vocals over pioneer Kelvin Momo’s creations, such as “iMali” on Bayeke, the 2020 blockbuster EP. On her long-awaited first album, Aluta Continua, she brings Kelvin back to remind us why she’s more than earned her spot as one of the most coveted vocalists to lead the way for the other ladies on this list.
Fans around the country eagerly awaited this renowned singer-turn songwriter’s in the spotlight, which was first heard over a year ago during Momo’s Lockdown sessions, and every note has been worth it for those who appreciate more jazz, soul, and pure piano excellence.
Babalwa M Songs
- Momo Lo
- Aluta Continua
Nicole Elocin, who grew up in the Eastern Cape and Kempton Park, first sang in a church chorus when she was 11 years old. At the age of 20, Nicole made her amapiano debut on Tyler ICU’s Money Heist EP Mp3 Download Fakaza, decimating on her interpretation of the Italian anti-fascist hymn “Bella Ciao” in a way that only amapinao can convey a pop culture reference.
Nicole Elocin Songs
- Bella Ciao
- Need You
- Money Heist
Basetsana Maluleka (or Bassie) is a well-known singer-songwriter who has emerged in recent years. Bassie’s career highlights include a fantastic debut on the influential Channel O Lockdown House Party in Season 1 and co-creating big songs with amapiano pioneers MFR Souls in “Bathandwa” and the Boohle-featured “Sizani,” all produced flawlessly by T-Man SA.
Gugu Bikani, a South African National School of Arts alumni, shocked South Africa with her perfectly layered vocal performance on “uThando” with experienced super producers Shaun 101 and Soa Mattrix. The song became an immediate hit at only 21 years old, depicting the transcendent love only the ancestors could summon, as proven by the passionate ovation she received every time she walked the stage.
Soulful G Songs
- Sounds of Africa
- Don’t Tatazel