Hailee Steinfeld's new song is a girl power anthem.
It's a big week for Hailee. She dropped a massive pop cut titled "Most Girls" today and is taking the stage at the Radio Disney Music Awards this weekend to perform a Britney medley alongside Kelsea Ballerina and Sofia Carson. Her latest release is a delicious EDM-tinged bop that's co-penned and produced by OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder (expect a lot more from Mr. Tedder in the coming months as well. Read more about that here).
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On it, the budding pop star boasts a confident stance about finding security in her flaws and being strong like most girls. “You know some days you feel so good in your own skin / But it's okay if you want to change the body that you came in,” she sings (via DirectLyrics) over tropical house-inspired production and a warbly chipmunk background vocal. It's a refreshing outlook on feminine beauty that celebrates all walks of life. "Most girls are smart and strong and beautiful / Most girls work hard, go far, we are unstoppable."
"Most Girls" is the first taste of Hailee's debut album. Listen below (streaming available beginning at midnight):