Beyonce, Jennifer Hudson, Rihanna Top the List of Black Female Singers of 2011

5. Marsha Ambrosius

Marsha Ambrosius is the soulful voice that was once half of the popular neo-soul group Floetry.  In 2009, Marsha evolved into a solo artist bringing us hits such as “Hope She Cheats on You (With a Basketball Player)” and “Far Away”. During her career she has also written such songs as “Butterflies” for Michael Jackson and “Go Ahead” for Alicia Keys.

Renee Gardner

#HipHopSoul Artist and creator of the Omen Agency's #HipHopTownHall, #OmenCypher and ReneetheG TV.

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