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Hailee Steinfeld is not here for sexist stereotypes about women, and her latest song proves it. Her newest single is titled “Most Girls,” and it’s officially available today on Spotify and iTunes, so get ready to play it on repeat.

The song begins with a steady electro-pop beat and soon, Hailee’s catchy vocals come in, ready to smash through all the misconceptions people might have about girls today. She sings: “Some girls feel best in their tiny dresses / Some girls in nothin’ but sweatpants, looking like a princess / Some girls kiss new lips every single night,” letting her listeners know that all lifestyle choices are valid. The second verse emphasizes the same mantra, reminding us that “some girls like to keep their physique real private” while others “wear jeans so tight ’cause it feels so right.” But you can’t make assumptions about people based on their clothes, and there’s no “right” or “wrong” way to exist in your own body.

As the song builds to its upbeat hook, Hailee begins singing about “most girls,” emphasizing the universal thread that exists among all women: strength and power. “Most girls are smart and strong and beautiful / Most girls work hard, go far, we are unstoppable / Most girls, our fight to make every day / No two are the same.” Her song makes the important point that everyone is different, and our differences are what make us unique — but they’re also what make us strong as hell. You’ll want to be listening to this jam all weekend for a nonstop jolt of confidence — we know that’s what we’ll be doing.  Full Review At Teen Vogue

Most Girls (Official Audio)
Song Available Here: http://ift.tt/2puubUs

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Music video by Hailee Steinfeld performing Most Girls. © 2017 Republic Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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