New Women in Music Everyone Should Know About

Written by on March 27, 2024

As Women’s History Month comes to a close, let’s highlight some women that have been making waves in the music industry lately.

Tanner Adell

Tanner Adell is a country singer/songwriter. She first hit the music scene in 2021 releasing several songs and EPs. Her latest album Buckle Bunny combines that classic country sound in songs like “Luke Combs” with catchy trap and hip-hop style beats in songs like “Buckle Bunny.” It is clear she has carved out her out her own spot in the genre she’s calling “glam country,” and should be one to watch as she continues to grow as an artist.

Brittany Moore

Brittany Moore is another country artist making waves lately with her song “Ladies in the Church Choir.” The song challenges fatphobia while also commenting on those kinds of people who use their beliefs as a weapon against others. This song is Brittany Moore’s way of telling her own personal story, most obvious in the lyrics: “Hey Brittany if you lose some weight than you might be pretty, after hearing that preacher preach ‘bout loving on everybody.”

Gwen Levey and the Breakdown

Gwen Levey and the Breakdown has released a song commenting on the recent Supreme Court Decision reversing Roe v. Wade titled “Barefoot & Pregnant.” Her lyrics “She’s got no choice like she did before, the court took away what her mama fought for.” Are just one example of how incredible this song is, and how well Ms. Levey has portrayed the rhetoric around reproductive rights. Go give this song a listen to hear how incredibly witty this woman is in her songwriting.

Paris Paloma

Paris Paloma might not be a song that sticks out to you in the last year, but her song “labour” will.  The haunting ballad blew up on TikTok last year and perfectly encapsulates the feminine rage that has persisted through over a hundred years now. The song slowly builds the power behind Ms. Paloma’s voice to help showcase how women have slowly become louder and louder about the inequality between men and women. She is also releasing a version of this song sung by hundreds of women on March 29, 2024. It will really take the song to another level.

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