In honor of Women’s History Month, we want to showcase some of Trop Rock’s most notable women.
Female artists in the genre are certainly a minority, but there’s no doubt these women are strong, determined and exceptionally talented. We are grateful these women are strengthening the Trop Rock music scene.
Enjoy our song picks from trailblazing women in the Trop Rock genre:
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Latitude: “Island Girl”
A strong female song with unapologetic lyrics of living life as an island girl.
Amazon: Island Girl
Brittany Kingery: “Little Miss Sunshine”
An upbeat song celebrating the happy personality of a woman who is dancing on the beach.
Amazon:“Little Miss Sunshine”
Coley McCabe: “I Am a Woman”
A poignant song celebrating the beauty and complexities of being a woman.
Amazon: I Am a Woman
Girlz Rule: “All You Need”
Heather Vidal, Lynley Tolls & Kristie Bobal (each in different Trop Rock groups) come together as Girlz Rule with their own sound.
Amazon: All You Need
Steel Margarita: “Kokomo”
Steel Margarita re-imagines favorite songs into steel pan tropical escapes.
Erica Sunshine Lee: “I’m a Pirate”
A sassy female song with a pirate theme and plenty of fun innuendos that will have you up and dancing.
Amazon: I’m a Pirate
Drop Dead Dangerous: “Take Myself Home Tonight”
Country duo who also perform with many Trop Rock bands. This is a great song about not settling.
Amazon: “Take Myslef Home Tonight”
Dani Hoy: “Better Late Than Never”
Love this really encouraging song about following your dreams even when it’s later in life.
Amazon: Better Late Than Never
Isabella Stefania: “Work Now, Beach Later”
Work now so you can take that beach vacation or as Isabella puts it “my favorite time waster.”
Amazon: “Work Now, Beach Later”
Robin Tricker: “Need More Bob”
A great reminder to slow down a little and enjoy life. We could all use a little more Bob (Marley).
Amazon: Need More Bob