6 Best Bongo Fleva Songs by Female Artists You Should Listen to This Month

6 Best Bongo Fleva Songs by Female Artists You Should Listen to This May

These six songs showcase the diversity and creativity of female artists in Tanzania. Each song has its unique story and important message for listeners. Make sure to listen to these tracks and support our female artists by adding them to your playlist this week.

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6 Best Bongo Fleva Songs by Female Artists You Should Listen to This Month

Tanzania’s new generation of music is on the rise, with female artists playing a significant role in this growth. This week, we’re highlighting new songs by female artists that are gaining attention and worth listening to. Here are 6 songs you should add to your playlist:

  1. Zuchu – “Siji”

Zuchu releases her second song of the year, “Siji”, featuring South African Kwaito artist Toss. Produced by S2kizy, the song tells a story of lovers in conflict. Zuchu uses this song to raise awareness about the sexual exploitation of young girls.


  1. Yammi ft. Nandy – “Lonely”

For the first time, Yammi collaborates with her label boss, Nandy, to create the hit “Lonely”. Nandy supports Yammi with a great verse, making this one of Yammi’s best songs. This collaboration is another strong entry for Yammi in the Bongo Flava scene.


  1. Anjela – “Pisi”

Anjela, the former Firstlady of Konde Gang, explores singeli music with “Pisi”. This song praises a playful Swahili girl with a mischievous reputation in the neighborhood, causing trouble for many men.

  1. Phina – “Yumba”

Phina sings to encourage excessive drinking in this lively track. The melody and beat are perfect for night owls to celebrate every time the DJ plays it. Phina adds a unique touch reminiscent of Noorah Baba Stylez’s “Lugha Gongana”.


  1. Xouh – “Rafiki”

Xouh sings about a friend who has been more helpful than family. “Rafiki” reminds us of the importance of maintaining and cherishing friendships.


  1. Appy – “Ntatoboa”

This hopeful song by Appy expresses her desire for success and determination to keep going. “Ntatoboa” is an Afrobeat track with a touch of Amapiano, delivering a motivational message about life’s struggles and celebrating small victories.


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