Billie Eilish is the breakthrough music artist for ages 20 and younger. Her music is mostly hush toned with an I-don’t-give-a-damn attitude. The evocative lyrics of her discography as of late have secured her 2.5 billion streams before her 20th birthday. Eilish is set to release her album entitled “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?” and countless fans are locked and ready to support her all the way. With Eilish’s eccentric flair towards songwriting and appearances made on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Ellen, her star is a supernova waiting to explode.
Recommended music: Don’t Smile at Me and When the Party’s Over
The Shindellas is a band made up of three gifted women: Kasi Jones, Stacy Johnson, and Tamara Chauniece. Their lyrics are a modern twist on retro ’60s sound reminiscent of music legends like the Supremes and the Ronettes. The group is set to bring their contemporary sass along with the “Love Takeover tour,” and with legendary producers like Chuck Harmony, Claude Kelly, and Louis York on their side, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see them grow into A-listers.
Recommended music: “Ain’t That the Truth”
Rachel Wammack is an Alabama musician who’s believed to have a talent in singing modern country and genuine pop sensibility. Her music proves that she has an impeccable ear for details. She has released a self-titled EP complete with four tracks that made already made waves in the industry. The “Damage” singer recently became the recipient of CMT’s “Next Women of Country” award. Rumors of her planning to release a debut album might happen this year, and with the legendary Dann Huff allegedly producing it, we don’t see any reason why the next 12 months won’t work out for her.
Recommended music: “Damage”
Sasha Sloan is a young singer/songwriter aimed to conquer the music industry. Her 2018 EP might be titled “Loser,” but she has been racking up milestones as she co-writes hit songs for famous pop stars and reaching high stream counts for her music. Fans all over the world are keeping their eyes on her upcoming full-length debut album.
Recommended music: Runaway, Ready Yet, Sad Girl, and Loser
Atlanta native and Ex-Fifth Harmony member, Normani stepped out to find her limelight. The singer showed in the past year that she could hit the top 10 and release music with icons like DJ Calvin Harris, Khalid, and 6lack. She was also defended by Nicki Minaj during the 2018 VMAs when Tiffany Haddish made a playful yet personal Jab at her career. This year, her future looks bright with a new album in the works and an opening slot on Ariana Grande’s “Sweetener” world tour.
Recommended Music: Waves and Love Lies and Dancing With a Stanger Featuring Sam Smith
25-year-old Spanish Singer/songwriter Rosalia produced 2018’s best sleeper albums which were entitled El Mal Querer. With prominent themes of the 13th-century Occitan Novel the Romance of Flamenca, the 11-track album was an arresting combination of pop, flamenco, and R&B. Her 2019 looked bright with a rumored feature on an upcoming album by James Blake and an A-list spot on the 2019 Coachella lineup among many others. Fans across the globe are on the lookout for her next move.
Recommended Music: “Malamente”