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In this special occasion, as part of National Hispanic Heritage Month, we present the top 6 Hispanic female singers.

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Each with a distinct style

Karol G, Billboard Latin Music Awards, Alfombra Azul, LatinBest, MundoNOW
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Now we can continuous with the Top 6 of Hispanic female singers.

Throughout 2023, we’ve heard from artists of various musical genres, each with a distinct style.

Undoubtedly, this list won’t encompass all the highly talented female artists, but we believe these are the most representative.

Of course, we couldn’t forget about Colombians Shakira and Karol G, as well as Natti Natasha, Becky G, Camila Cabello, and Anitta.

1. Anitta’s Favela Funk

Anitta, Brazil, pop, funk, MundoNOW
Top Hispanic Singers / PHOTO: Mezcalent

Considered the biggest pop star from Brazil in a long time, Anitta’s international reach is impressive.

Larissa de Macedo Machado, her real name, cites Mariah Carey, Beyoncé, Rihanna, and Carmen Miranda among her biggest influences.

Many people got to know her through the song «Envolver,» which is featured on the «Versions of Me» album.

Just a few days ago, she performed with great success at the Global Citizen Festival held in New York’s Central Park.

2. Camila Cabello, Proud to Be Mexican

top Hispanic singers, Camila Cabello, Mexico, Cuba, MundoNOW
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On this list of Hispanic singers is Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao, simply known as Camila Cabello.

This singer, and also actress, has Cuban and Mexican roots of which she has always been very proud.

The young artist, who had a passionate romance with Shawn Mendes, rose to fame as a member of the group Fifth Harmony.

Earlier this month, she was seen alongside Marc Anthony and his wife Nadia Ferreira, among other personalities, bidding farewell to summer aboard a yacht.

3. From Dominican Republic Nati Natasha

Natti Natasha, Dominican Republic, Raphy Pina, composer, MundoNOW
Top Hispanic Singers / PHOTO: Mezcalent

Next, we present the Dominican singer and songwriter Natalia Alexandra Gutiérrez Batista.

Better known as Natti Natasha, the artist is not having the best of times as her partner, Raphy Pina, is in prison.

Natti gave an interview to Tokischa where she revealed that she hadn’t had sex for over a year.

Her song «Sin Pijama» is undoubtedly one of her fans’ favorites, not to mention «Qué Mal Te Fue» and «Quién Sabe.»

4. The ‘Shorty’ Becky G

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Remember that singer Rebbeca Marie Gómez did a duet with Natti Natasha in the song «Sin Pijama.»

Better known as Becky G, this young artist gained recognition after posting videos of herself on YouTube.

In these videos, she performed several popular songs, so the recognition of her talent came quickly.

Some of her most famous songs include «Mayores,» featuring Bad Bunny, «Shower,» «Ya Acabó,» «Mala Santa,» and «Cuando Te Besé.»

5. La ‘Bichota,’ Part of Her Identity

Karol G, Carolina Giraldo, Colombia, Bichota, MundoNOW
Top Hispanic Singers / PHOTO: Mezcalent

This year, 2023, has been a great one for Karol G with the release of her album «Mañana Será Bonito.»

A few months later, «Mañana Será Bonito (Bichota Season)» was released, which includes a collaboration with Peso Pluma.

Carolina Giraldo Navarro, originally from Medellín, Colombia, is also known as ‘Bichota.’

It could be said that this nickname is already part of her identity and legacy. Thousands of women also identify themselves as ‘bichotas.’

6. Shakira Keeps Harvesting Success

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Perhaps it will be very difficult for a year like 2023, full of successes, to be repeated in the career of Colombian singer Shakira.

Just a few days ago, she released the song «El Jefe» with the group Fuerza Regida, which quickly went viral on social media.

It’s worth noting that earlier this year, she released «Shakira: BZRP Music Sessions, Vol. 53,» followed by «TQG,» «Acróstico,» and «Copa Vacía.»

On the Chartmetric portal, you can see the rise to stardom of various Hispanic female singers.

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