Consistency is one of the issue affecting the female artists in South Sudan, most of them are on and off but today we present to you the top 5

5. Nicky Jay

She is a young talented south Sudanese female dancehall artist, she has a unique hardcore vocal which is similar to the Ugandan’s sensational Cindy she gives the impression of the real dancehall music, after returning home from Kampala she has definitely come to stay and prove the critics wrong, She’s Currently signed under AKA Kreative she is behind Hit songs like “Kini-Kini” 

4. Rebecca Trey

The “Chikompola” hit singer always leaves the stage with her fans expecting more and more of her performance as she is always full of energy, and she’s always in love with her performance, other than that the singer recently surface on the I am peace project and she’s currently in Uganda working on more songs. 

3. Trisha Cee

Most female artist that first rose to fame with her are nowhere to be seen but she has kept it real with creativity energy and persistence she is undeniably talented, her lyricism and word play are amazing  she has solidified her name, with the recent collabo with the rapper One Pound “Kalas” 

2. Tutu Baibe

as an artist is talented and well behaved not only that, she is also an activist she rose to fame with songs like Acha-Chak and football, she is the most awarded south Sudanese female artist and, with a wider fan base in east Africa she is vocal and instrumental in bringing about Change to the communities within the reach of her music. She recently founded the Tutu Foundation to take care of homeless and street kids

1.Queen Zee

the queen is back and persistent of recent she has shared stage with the Nigerian superstar Ice prince in Egypt, The party girl singer is the finest and most versatile renown female artist constantly she is representing the country musically, highly respected she’s amongst the first few voices we’ve always heard while listening to south Sudanese music, and Queen is signed to Willy Promotions 

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