Women Empowerment Playlist

Top Mobile Trends has compiled the very best Women Empowerment Playlist – just for you! In today’s society, under-appreciating women for their talents is not as common as it has been in the past, but that doesn’t mean that we have reached gender equality. Many female artists have expressed this feeling through music, resulting in the following playlist of the best women empowerment songs.

The Top Mobile Trends- Women Empowerment Playlist:

Kelly Clarkson – Miss Independent

Although this song depicts the end of a relationship, this popular anthem is also about not needing a man for happiness. One of the best lines “Miss never let a man help her off her throne. So, by keeping her heart protected. She’d never ever feel rejected”

Rachel Platten – Fight Song

This song was a huge success because it resonated with young girls across the country at a time they needed encouragement. Just like the artist, it’s not time to give up, it’s time to fight.

Alessia Cara – Scars To Your Beautiful

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This song rose to the top of the charts when it came out. Why? It’s catchy, classy and relevant. This artist takes super model figures and shows the world you’re beautiful even if you don’t look that way, you’re beautiful just the way you are.

Beyonce – Run The World (Girls)

This song has been described as the quintessential female empowerment anthem. I mean common – “Who Run The World? GIRL!” – Yeah we do! One of the best lines is “Boy you know you love is how we’re smart enough to make these millions. Strong enough to bear the children, then get back to business”.

Beyonce – Flawless ft. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

This title speaks for itself.

Lady Gaga – Hey Girl ft. Florence Welch

Lady Gaga makes a point of girls coming together and uniting to look out for each other. This artist is an icon of the women’s rights movement and we’re sure to see more feminist speech from her in the future.

Mary Lambert – Secrets

Women are often subjected to criticism for being a certain way, when they should act more “lady like” or conform to a set of predestined rules. Mary Lambert sings of the importance of accepting who you are and being okay with your flaws, or “flaws” as you might think they are.  Love yourself for who you are, that’s all that matters.

Sia – The Greatest

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This song is extremely powerful, and it’s hard not to love…

Corinne Bailey Rae – Put Your records On

This is the ultimate “pick-me-up” song, and it shines as one of the best upbeat and empowering tunes.

Lily Allen – Hard Out Here

Lily talks about the objectification of women and some of the unrealistic standards we can be held to. “Inequality promises that it’s here to stay. Always trust the injustice ’cause it’s not going away”.

Katy Perry – Roar

This is such an inspirational song for girls and women everywhere, a message that says to be assertive and strong.

Demi Lovato – Confident

Confidence is key, as you grow up you realize it’s not about the score on your test, or that college credit, it’s about how you deliver yourself and

I Will Survive – Gloria Gaynor

This song is about a woman’s plucky determination to get by without her man who wronged her. He has the nerve to walk through the door and she’s not having it. The emotion and passion in the song is hard to resist.

Madonna – Material Girl

This is an iconic song about women empowerment, by the one and only Madonna herself.  

Aretha Franklin- Respect

This still-beloved classic from the 60s still says it all in a word. Respect. Respect yourself, and respect others. Everything else will then fall into place.

No Doubt – Just A Girl

“The moment that I step outside, so many reasons for me to run and hide. I can’t do the little things I hold so dear, ‘cause it’s all those little things that I fear.” Make sure you point out the sarcasm to your kids—if not heard that way, it is actually a terrible song!

Meghan Trainor – NO

Meghan Trainor has to say “no” to a number of come-ons because of some boys/men who have now been conditioned to think that maybe, just maybe, “no” means “yes.”

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