With their chart breaking singles and bestselling albums, these women artists have climbed the success ladder thus proving that nothing is impossible to achieve. This International Women’s Day we celebrate such artists who have the power to move way past their obstacles only to come out on top. Here are five such stellar women artists:
The Queen of Pop did not only woo us with her music but also her public discourse on sexuality and feminism. She was given the ‘Best-Selling Female Recording Artist All Time’ title by Guinness World Records; taking home 295 awards. She definitely set a new trend for women all over the world.
The American singer made Christmas feel all Christmassy with her beautiful voice singing our favorite carols. Her rendition of famous carols made us fall in love with her every time. She was rightly titled “Songbird Supreme” by the Guinness World Records and sold more than 200 million records worldwide, making her one of the best-selling music artists of all time.
Beyoncé made us believe in the idea of living your dream. With a successful career, a soulmate to lean on and 3 beautiful kids, Beyoncé truly has it all. She was announced ‘the highest paid musician’ by Billboard in 2017, thus dawning as one of the most powerful celebrities in the Forbes rankings in the year 2013.
Adele branded herself ‘a feminist’ in 2015; she has always believed in people and their potential regardless of gender, race or color. As of 2018, Adel holds a total of 15 Grammy awards and 11 Guinness world records showing us that you can make a difference.
Pink has been recognized for breaking boundaries and pushing the envelope throughout her career. She is regarded as the ‘Most Trailblazing Artist’ of her pop generation. She has won 100 awards and has sold over 40 million albums and 50 million singles worldwide, making her one of the world’s best-selling music artists. She has also broken many stereotypes to mend the world.
Let the women who rule music sweep you off your feet, this Women’s Day, with Vh1 Diva Squad, from 12 PM, on 8th March, only on Vh1!