Women in Music 2016

Tomorrow's Hits: Kaya Stewart, Coleman Hell & Clare Dunn

Jonathan Weiner
Kaya Stewart

Each Friday, Billboard presents Tomorrow's Hits, a weekly look at new and noteworthy acts making their way toward Billboard chart success.

Kaya Stewart
Not many artists get their start singing for the likes of Annie Lennox, but when your father is Dave Stewart, the other half of Eurythmics, famous houseguests are the norm. Kaya Stewart, 15, is following in her dad's footsteps with debut single "In Love With a Boy" (Warner Bros.), bubbling under Pop Songs. Ahead of her first LP, Stewart will join the Vans Warped Tour in July. –Gary Trust (@gthot20)

Coleman Hell
Coleman Hell's mix of synths, banjos and soulful vocals is gathering traction on Alternative Songs, where "2 Heads" debuts at No. 37 (up 44 percent in plays, according to Nielsen Music). The Toronto-based musician makes his Billboard chart debut after recently signing an international deal with Columbia. The genre-bending track sports 3.5 million plays on Spotify. Hell has yet to release a full-length debut. –Emily White (@emwhitenoise)

Clare Dunn
Country singer/guitarist Clare Dunn is ready to "Move On" to the Country Airplay chart with her flirty MCA Nashville single. The Colorado native has a fan in Miranda Lambert, who'll bring Dunn on the road with her for the Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour beginning in September. Dunn played the CMA Music Festival in June and is set to tour through October. –Keith Caulfield (@keith_caulfield)

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