Three unsung African Queens

Three unsung African Queens

With Africa being a continent made up of 54 different countries, and countless languages. A lot of shining and extremely gifted African Queens sometimes fall through the cracks. Visually African has started a brand new weekly-article series called “Three unsung African Queens”. The could be the best, underrated African music videos of the year. The aim of this weekly series is to deliver to you, three songbirds that the world needs to pay more attention to. Every Sunday I invite you to come back to this blog and see who our next “Unsung African Queens” are going to be.

Here is the 5-point criteria we are using in this series:

  • The videos must be from three different African countries
  • Each artist needs to have less than 100,000 subscribers
  • The combined total number of views for all the videos must be less than one million
  • All three videos must be more than a month old
  • Only songs with official music videos will be featured

As this series continues please, subscribe to these glorious divas, add more views to their works and show them the love and recognition they globally deserve! Watch, subscribe! Watch, subscribe! Watch, subscribe! Today’s entries are:

1. Reniss from Cameroon

Surely the world needs to see more African content like this! Following this superstar here and stay up to date with her latest material. At the time of publishing Reniss’ channel had the following stats:

  • This video was on 84,622 views (from between 3 July – 24 August 2020)
  • As of today her YouTube channel only has Less than 10k subscribers

Use the profile-icon at the top of the video to subscribe now! Share her lovely music with the world! We love you Reniss! In conclusion, here is the flag of her country below (Cameroon)

Best Cameroonian African music videos of the year by Reniss

2. Yanga from South Africa

The Soweto Gospel Choir always delivers! We applaude Yanga for collaborating with them in such a powerful and perfect song!

  • This video was on 579,905 views (from between 28 May – 24 August 2020)
  • As of today her YouTube channel only has Less than 60k subscribers

Use the profile-icon at the top of the video to subscribe now! Share her lovely music with the world! Yanga’s work of art can not be left on half a million views after 3 long months. Come on guys! Share! Share! Share.. Here is her country’s national flag (SouthAfrica)

Best South African music videos of the year

3. Vimbai Zimuto from Zimbabwe

With dance moves like that, what more can you ask for? Looking at her face you can just see the pleasure and excitement in which Vimbai Zimuto does her thing. When I dance (or at least try to) my facial expressions take a backseat. If you’re dying to know more about music in Zimbabwe, this previous blog post of mine might scratch that itch.

  • This video was on 2,873 views (from between 12 May – 24 August 2020)
  • As of today her YouTube channel only has Less than 10k subscribers

With such strong charisma and high-quality video production, I wonder why her current stats are not higher! She deserves more applaud and credit. Keep that fire burning your majesty! I shall now wave her national, Zimbabwean flag below.

Best Zimbabwean African music videos of the year

Conclusion

The combined total number of all 3 videos today was: 667,400

Let’s support our African Queens! These shining, talented women need to be sent out into the world so that Africa can be seen. Today’s post came on a Monday, but join me again on Sunday if you are keen to see some more unsung Queens in action. It’s only a matter of time before any of these ladies start winning accolades like best African music videos of the year.

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