“Summertime is here again, and my hayfever is through the roof. Thankfully sitting inside and sneezing gave me an excuse to make up a new Anthem playlist full of excellent female tracks to listen to whether you’re out on the beach or hiding from the sun like me…”
“I made this a long time ago and forgot about it. I found it recently and have been dancing around my room listening to my childhood in the form of Sugababes, Rihanna, Nelly Furtado and Christina Aguilera. I know I made it, but I love it.
These women made grunge and punk cool and normal, they have become staples of the decade and their style and music inspired thousands of girls who still listen to Crazy in Love at pre-drinks ten years later. Icons of girl power in the making.”
“Music has always played an interesting role in my life. Especially as my first female role model came from music. Now I look up to any women in the music industry because it’s not so easy when you’re a super talented chick. I’m also happy to say I’ve seen some of these women perform live! So put on this playlist, grab a dark chocolate magnums and love yourself.
Seriously, love yourself it’s better than hating yourself *blows kisses*”
“I’ve always found music to be one of the strongest ways of feeling girl power. That’s what the Spice Girls were all about, after all. My playlist is a mixture of songs where I shout the lyrics at people, and can almost feel my lungs getting larger, or songs that I think are just kick-ass.
You’ll have to excuse the excess of Sia tracks, but I promise I cut it down from around 6 or 7 to just 3. I just want every girl, and to be honest, every person to be able to clap and shout to Dog Days Are Over and That’s Not My Name to their hearts content. You go girl xo”
“I came to uni with about as much music knowledge as your average snail, and so this playlist almost entirely consists of some pretty amazing recommendations by some pretty fabulous people.
Whatever your music taste I’d say I’ve got you covered here with a wonderfully random assortment of songs sung by equally wonderful women. Take this opportunity to sing and dance along to your heart’s content, because really, how else are you going to truly appreciate the epic-ness of these songs and their creators”