From singing songs in blues to the rocky cliché, the black female singers have left no stone unturned. Chaka Khan, known for her hits like Sweet Thing, Tell Me Something Good, I’m Every Woman, and I Feel For You has won 10 Grammys. Ella Jane Fitzgerald, renowned for her music in swing, bebop, traditional, pop, vocal, jazz, and blues, is best known by her music lovers as the First Lady of Song, Queen of Jazz, and Lady Ella. Mary J. Blige, the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul; Beyoncé, famous for her hits like the Crazy in Love, Irreplaceable, Single Ladies, Drunk in Love; and Rihanna, the iconic singer who rocks the world with her hits like Umbrella, Russian Roulette, We Found Love, and Love the Way You Lie are a few notable black singers who entertain their audience with their pop songs. To know more about the Black female singers, continue reading.
Whitney HoustonWhitney Houston
09 August 1963, American
Singer
AaliyahAaliyah
16 January 1979, American
American singer

RihannaRihanna
20 February 1988, Barbadian
Singer

Nicki MinajNicki Minaj
08 December 1982, Trinidadian, American
Rapper

Tina TurnerTina Turner
26 November 1939, American
Singer

Diana RossDiana Ross
26 March 1944, American
American singer
Chaka KhanChaka Khan
23 March 1953, American
Singer

Janet JacksonJanet Jackson
16 May 1966, American
Singer-Songwriter

CiaraCiara
25 October 1985, American
Singer
Aretha FranklinAretha Franklin
25 March 1942, American
Singer

Tracy ChapmanTracy Chapman
30 March 1964, American
Singer
Queen LatifahQueen Latifah
18 March 1970, American
Singer, Songwriter, Rapper, Aactress,

Brandy NorwoodBrandy Norwood
11 February 1979, American
Singer-songwriter, Composer, Actor, Record

Lauryn HillLauryn Hill
26 May 1975, American
 

Nina SimoneNina Simone
21 February 1933, American
Singer-songwriter, Composer

Faith EvansFaith Evans
10 June 1973, American
American singer
Josephine BakerJosephine Baker
03 June 1906, French
Dancer

Etta JamesEtta James
25 January 1938, American
Singer

Toni BraxtonToni Braxton
07 October 1967, American
American R&B Singer-songwriter & Musician

Dorothy Jean DandridgeDorothy Dandridge
09 November 1922, American
Actress
Shirley BasseyShirley Bassey
08 January 1937, Welsh
Singer

Celia CruzCelia Cruz
21 October 1925, American
Singer
Bessie SmithBessie Smith
15 April 1894, American
Singer

Anita BakerAnita Baker
26 January 1958, American
R&B Singer

Mahalia JacksonMahalia Jackson
26 October 1911, American
Singer, Television Personality
Janelle MonaeJanelle Monae
01 December 1985, American
Soul Singer

Vanessa Lynn WilliamsVanessa Lynn Williams
18 March 1963, American
Singer
Dionne WarwickDionne Warwick
12 December 1940, American
Singer, Actor, Television presenter, Musician

Vanessa WilliamsVanessa Williams
18 March 1963, American
Actress

Minnie RipertonMinnie Riperton
08 November 1947, American
Singer, Singer-songwriter
Gladys KnightGladys Knight
28 May 1944, American
Singer, Actor, Composer, Musician, Television

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Cissy HoustonCissy Houston
30 September 1933, American
Gospel Singers
Jill ScottJill Scott
04 April 1972, American
Singer-songwriter

Emeli SandéEmeli Sandé
10 March 1987, British
Singer-songwriter

Esperanza SpaldingEsperanza Spalding
18 October 1984, American
Music educator, Jazz musician, Singer

Sarah VaughanSarah Vaughan
27 March 1924, American
Singer, Jazz musician, Pianist
JameliaJamelia
11 January 1981, British
Singer-songwriter
Joan ArmatradingJoan Armatrading
09 December 1950, British
Guitarist, Singer-songwriter, Composer, Record

Dinah WashingtonDinah Washington
29 August 1924, American
Singer, Jazz musician

CeCe WinansCeCe Winans
08 October 1964, American
Musician, Singer

MonicaMonica
24 October 1980, American
Singer
Doris ColeyDoris Coley
02 August 1941, American
Musician

Shirley VerrettShirley Verrett
31 May 1931, American
Operatic Soprano

EstelleEstelle
18 January 1980, British
Singer-songwriter