Hall of fame: Best Female Singers of all Time

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The music industry may be dominated by the male voices, but there have been exceptional female singers who have made their presence felt with pure tone, voice clarity and persona.

The world of music has witnessed many great and all time favorite female artists and singers who have successfully rose to the level of prominence in the music and entertainment industry. Here are 10 of the best women singers who have not only blown us away with their voices for several decades but also written some of the most memorable songs ever. The best singers listed in this article have been chosen based upon their range, vocal power as well as individuality (The list is not in any particular order)

1. Whitney Houston

Whitney deserves to be in this all time best singers list despite having received some negative publicity until her tragic death. She had given some of the most incredible vocals in the world of music over the past three decades. All of her beautiful emotional tunes make her one of the best singers of all time. Music critic believes that the kind of vocal ability and depth that she possessed is rare in born talent that delivered immaculate hits like ‘I will always love you’ and ‘How will I know?

2. Celine Dion

She is undoubtedly one of the best singers of all time. With an incredible voice and power chords, this Canadian mesmerized music lovers across the globe with super hits like ‘Immortality’ and ‘My heart will go on’. Such is the power behind her songs and vocals that she hits notes that are challenging for most singers. When she performs in a concert, she exudes great confidence and it’s just amazing to watch her perform live and hit her notes high.

3. Billie Holiday

Billy has got an impeccable voice and there is no question about it. There’s clarity in her tone that no other singer has been ever able to replicate. No doubt she is one of the best female Jazz singers with a gifted voice that delivered impeccable records like ‘Strange Fruit’ and ‘God bless the child’. Billie died a tragic death when she was still young and a lot more to offer to the music world but not before leaving behind the memories of several dozens of great jazz hits.

4. Tina Turner

Tina Turner has created a great impression all around the world with her spunkiness and high spirit. It won’t be wrong to call her powerhouse in singing. She has inspired a lot of people with her songs. She is without a doubt the best singer with a vision of hope which is reflected in her own style of singing. She has the ability to make thousands of people groove to her tunes and her vocal ability and dance moves can make anyone bop. My personal favorites of Tina Turner include ‘What’s love got to do with it’, ‘We don’t need another hero’ and ‘Typical male