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Song Of The Week

LV Song Of The Week

Today, we proudly raise our glasses to celebrate every amazing woman out there breaking the bias in society. We can all agree that a special day like this is incomplete without the harmonious and joyful sound of music filling our ears as we either dance with our friends, or reflect on historical icons who paved the way for gender equality.

Finding the right playlist to celebrate Women’s Day can be difficult sometimes, which is why in this article, we curated a perfect playlist consisting of five popular female empowerment songs.

  • A Woman by Simi

We can all agree that the title alone, to some extent, communicates the message of this song. In this Afrocentric tune, Simi tackles female stereotypes and how the abilities of women are often undermined in a society where patriarchy is regarded as the norm.

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  • So Inspired by Waje featuring Muna

The lyrics, “Even if I fall or struggle, even if you cause me trouble, I won’t let it get to me,” motivates hundreds of people to this very day.

In this song, Waje appreciates strong women all over the world, highlighting the daily efforts they put into being successful. As if Waje’s verses were not inspiring enough, Muna’s rap about pushing aside labels and the endless limits of a woman is a show stopping moment that lives rent-free in our heads.

  • Sit still, look pretty, by Daya

A central message of this song is that you don’t need a man to be successful. Sit still, look pretty, effectively communicates the message of gender equality and buttresses the point of a lady not needing a man to chase and achieve her dreams. Daya further explains in this song that a girl can be whatever she wants to be.

  • Yemi Alade’s Wonder Woman
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Every woman is a hero and very important. This is a message Yemi Alade clearly emphasises in her hit 2017 song. There is a reason why we love Yemi Alade, and it’s not just because of the way she proudly celebrates African culture, but her black girl magic radiance.

This song appreciates women having an impact all over the world while dealing with their problems and discrimination in society.

  • Waje, Yemi Alade, Victoria Kimani, and others star in Strong Girl.

What happens when eight amazing African female artists come together to record one song? Simple, a timeless female anthem. Don’t think we can ever forget listening to the empowering voices of Waje, Yemi Alade, Victoria Kimani, Vanessa Mdee, Arielle T, Gabriela, Selmor Mtukudzi, and Judith Sephuma on the hit 2015 track, Strong girl.

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An initiative of ONE campaign, this song celebrates girls and women, encouraging them to unleash their girl power wherever they find themselves.

Now that you have the right playlist, make the very best of today. Be proud to be a woman, and always remember; your ability has no limit. We hope you enjoyed reading this article.

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