If you were born in the 90’s you probably had a book where you stuck lyric cutlets by celebrated artistes such as Beyonce who were a hit back then.
Despite male artistes dominating the entertainment industry locally and internationally, some female artistes have broken that barrier to claim a spot for themselves.
This female artistes have created a brand, commanding millions of followers world wide something that most Kenyan female artistes have not been able to achieve.
Here are the top 7 female artistes who made our high school days memorable and have remained relevant almost two decades later.
Her biggest hit was ‘ Love don’t cost a thing’ which was and still gets people tapping their feet.
Rihanna captivated the hearts of many with her tunes such as ‘Take a bow’ and years later she is still making it big with songs such as ‘Rude boy’ and ‘We have found love’.
The mother of three has remained a force to reckon with ,her music prowess captivated many not only in the 90’s but also in 2018.Her biggest hits especially in Kenya were ‘Single Ladies’ ‘If i were a boy’ and ‘Irreplaceable’
You probably know the song ‘Hips don’t lie’ this song was a hit to an extent of being sang during the 2014 World Cup.
That among many other songs have seen Shakira confidently convince the world to bring their best feet forward and dance to her tunes after all music is like food to the soul.
5. Keri Hilson
The artiste who was recently in Kenya for a concert at KICC dubbed the Terminal Weekend Music Concert has a soft in the hearts of many Kenyans.
She is famous for songs such as ‘Super Human’ ‘Knock You Down’ and ‘ Lose Control.
6. Alicia Keys
She is a favourite to many for her slow melodious tunes wit some of her songs being used as dedications by people in relationships to their better halves.
She is famous for songs such as ‘Boo’ in collaboration with Usher,’Girl on fire’ and ‘No one’
So among the six artistes ,who used to make your boring Sunday afternoon in school worthwhile?Drop your answers in the comment section .