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5 Women to Watch In R&B

Written by on March 25, 2024

Celebrating Women’s History Month, the R&B genre is experiencing an exciting uplift, thanks to the groundbreaking work of Black women artists who are redefining the sound and scope of the genre with their diverse musical styles and deep musicianship. Here are five Black women in R&B making significant strides this year:

Honey Bxby from Asbury, New Jersey, has overcome obstacles to shine in the R&B world. Signed to Atlantic Records’ imprint Rebirth/ART@WAR, her debut EP “3 Words, 8 Letters” showcases her talent and determination. Her performances, including on the BET Soul Train Awards Amplified stage, mark her as a rising star.

Bonita Jalane, born in Brooklyn, combines her city’s rawness with soulful vocals. After working with notable artists like Chris Brown and writing for Dipset, her 2024 track “So High” previews her promising future in R&B.

Judith Hill, a Grammy Award-winning background vocalist for legends like Michael Jackson, is stepping into the spotlight. Her upcoming album, “Letters From A Black Widow,” promises to solidify her place as a solo artist.

Brandy Haze from Chino Hills, California, infuses R&B with trap, house, pop, and electronic dance elements, showcasing her versatility and unique sound. Her prolific output, including the recent “SAD GRL SZN,” continues to captivate audiences.

Tanerélle, based in Atlanta, is known for her independence and genre-defying music, blending R&B with Dance/Electronica and Rock/Alternative. Her distinctive Afro-futuristic sound and success on platforms like Spotify signal her rising status in the music industry.

Source: BET

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