Rosetta Howard (1914-1974) was an American blues singer who recorded in the 1930s and 1940s.
Little is known of her life. She was born in Chicago, and moved into singing by joining in with juke-box selections at the club where she worked. Around 1932 she began singing professionally with Jimmy Noone and other bandleaders. From 1937 she made a number of recordings with The Harlem Hamfats, including her paean to marijuana, "If You're A Viper", and the ribald "Let Your Linen Hang Low". She also recorded with Herb Morand and Odell Rand who were both members of the group.