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International Women's Day is a global event celebrated annually on March 8th to recognize the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women and to call attention to the ongoing struggle for gender equality.

The day has a history of over a century, and it is observed in various ways worldwide, including rallies, marches, and events. The theme for International Women's Day changes every year, but it typically focuses on a particular issue affecting women or highlights the achievements of women.

The day also serves as a reminder of the continuing struggle for gender equality and the need to address issues such as violence against women, discrimination, and lack of representation.

With a minor representation in the music industries, women still need support in all sectors, which is why today we want to celebrate 10 female artists from around the world who have been killing it lately.

Sukriti Kakar (India)

Sukriti Kakar is an Indian singer known for her work in Bollywood films and independent music. She rose to fame with the song "Pehli Baar" from the film Dil Dhadakne Do in 2015 and has since released several popular tracks. Along with her sister Prakriti Kakar, she has also collaborated on various projects and performed live concerts. Sukriti Kakar has been nominated for several awards for her work in the music industry.

Loreen (Sweden)

Loreen is a Swedish pop singer and songwriter who rose to international fame after winning the Eurovision Song Contest in 2012 with her song "Euphoria". Born in Stockholm in 1983, Loreen's music is known for blending elements of pop, electronic, and world music, and she has released several albums and singles since her Eurovision victory. In addition to her music career, Loreen has been an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and refugee rights.

NewJeans (South Korea)

NewJeans (Korean: 뉴진스; RR: Nyujinseu) is a five-member South Korean girl group consisting of Minji, Hanni, Danielle, Haerin, and Hyein. Their debut self-titled extended play was released on August 1, 2022, following the pre-release of their debut single "Attention" on July 22, 2022.

Jasmin Moallem (Israel)

Jasmin Moallem was born on April 15, 1995 in Jerusalem, Israel, to a Mizrahi Jewish family. She spent two to four years of her early childhood in Portugal before returning to Israel. After completing her military service in the Israel Defense Forces in 2015, Moallem attended music schools in London and the United States before continuing her studies at the Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music in Israel. In 2018, she participated in Rimon's "Shirimon" competition and won first place with her performance of Omer Adam's "Noetzet Mabat," which featured her use of a looper.

Aya Nakamura (France)

Aya Nakamura is a French singer and songwriter of Malian origin. She was born on May 10, 1995, in Bamako, Mali, and moved to France with her family at the age of two. Aya's music is a blend of Afrobeat, pop, and R&B, and she has become one of the most popular and successful French-language artists in recent years. Some of her most famous songs include "Djadja", "Pookie", and "Copines".

Emilia Mernes (Argentina)

Emilia Mernes is an Argentine singer and songwriter. She was born on March 15, 1995 in Córdoba, Argentina. Emilia rose to fame in 2014 as part of the girl group Bandana, which was created in the reality show Popstars. After Bandana disbanded, Emilia pursued a solo career and released her debut single "Baila" in 2018. She has since released several other singles, including "Recalienta" and "No Soy Yo".

Maan (Netherlands)

Maan de Steenwinkel, commonly known as Maan, is a Dutch singer and songwriter. She first gained national attention after winning the sixth season of The Voice of Holland in 2016, and has since released several successful singles and albums. Maan is known for her pop and R&B sound, and has collaborated with various Dutch artists in the music industry.

Nina Chuba (Germany)

Nina Chuba is a German singer, songwriter, and actress who grew up in Wedel near Hamburg. She began acting at the age of seven in the children's series "Die Pfefferkörner." After leaving the band BLIZZ in 2018, she started her solo career as a singer and songwriter under the name Nina Chuba. Her debut EP "Power" was released in 2020, followed by "Average" in 2021. Chuba's first German-language song "Neben Mir" was released in October 2021, which led her to focus on singing in German. In August 2022, her song "Wildberry Lillet" became her first number-one hit in the German single charts. Chuba released her first studio album "Glas" in February 2023, which includes all her previously released singles.

Diljá Pétursdottir (Island)

Diljá Pétursdóttir, also known as Diljá, is an Icelandic singer who will represent Iceland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in Liverpool with her song "Power". Diljá gained recognition when she participated in the Icelandic version of "Got Talent" in 2015 at the age of 12. She currently studies physiotherapy and takes singing lessons on the side. She won the Icelandic national selection, Söngvakeppnin 2023, on March 4, 2023, and will compete in the second semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest on May 11, 2023.

Mahalini (Indonesia)

Mahalini Ayu Raharja, also known as Mahalini, is an Indonesian singer-songwriter and actress from Denpasar, Bali. She was among the top five finalists in the tenth season of the Indonesian Idol competition broadcast on RCTI in 2019-2020. After the competition, Mahalini joined the record company Hits Records, and her third single "Melawan Restu" won her the New Artist of the Year award at the 2021 Indonesian Music Awards.

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