Soul-funk goddess ALLIPHA lists her top 10 tracks by front women

If you haven’t already listened to the new single from ALLIPHA, stop what you’re doing at go listen to it now. The song is masterful, slice of soul-funk magic and will have you dancing for days.

In honour of the all the incredible front women killing it in the scene, ALLIPHA lists her 10 favourite tracks by female leads.


Hot off the release of a delicious soul single, RnB goddess ALLIPHA honours all the women owning music right now.

Lauren- Men I Trust

This bass line is everything. I reference this track in sessions soooo often, it just feels so good!

Soaked- BENEE

Have had this on repeat the last few days. The swanky sort of relaxed bass is so strong and her voice is one of my new favourites.

Bitch- Rya Park

This lady. I love this track so much, that chorus is such an anthem and the lyrics are so raw and honest.

Find a Way- Eliott

This is the type of track that makes me feel like I’m not alone. Credit to her for being vulnerable about mental health issues with super strong melodies.

Crushing- Julia Jacklin

I’m yet to find a song that captures the pain of heartbreak as well as Julia does with these lyrics. Every time I hear this it rips open old wounds.

Company- Tulliah

For such a young lady, this song has so much maturity. This song shows her phenomenal songwriting potential. It’s the type of song you don’t get sick of.

Good Company- KYE

This will be stuck in your head for the next day. Talk about catchy. KYE is a seasoned pro and this song is probably my favourite of 2019.

I Miss You- Clean Bandit (Julia Michaels)

This song is my guilty pleasure. Those harmonies in the intro and throughout are so haunting and special.

I’m Good- WAFIA

My feel good song. This one is one of the inspirations for my new single I Don’t Miss You, when I was finally feeling over a relationship.

Miss Shiney- Kaiit

How good does this song feel! That intro! I love getting an insight into Kaiit’s mind with this one. Such positive thought processes and so relatable.


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