21 Female Empowerment Anthems Every Woman Needs To Hear

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Female Empowerment Anthems

Now is the time for female empowerment and gender equality more than ever before. Over the last year alone, women have stepped up in more ways that one, across many different industries, in hopes to bring about change. 

Whether it's through social media, in the actual court room, or through song, the spotlight is being put on strong women who are using their voice to spread awareness and to support other females in any way they can -- whether it's needed or not.

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Throughout music history, there have been so many songs with beautiful empowering messages, many of which are directed towards women in hopes to make them feel empowered and inspired. Take a look at these 21 female empowerment anthems that every woman needs to hear below.

1. Beyoncé - "Run the World (Girls)"

2. Demi Lovato - "Confident"

3. Daya - "Sit Still, Look Pretty"

4. Rachel Platten - "Fight Song"

5. Meghan Trainor - "No Excuses"

6. Destiny's Child - "Independent Women, Pt. 1"

7. Kelly Clarkson - "Miss Independent"

8. Fifth Harmony - "That's My Girl"

9. Dua Lipa - "New Rules"

10. Alicia Keys - "Superwoman"

11. Kesha - "Woman"

12. Shania Twain - "Man! I Feel Like A Woman"

13. Martina McBride - "This One's For The Girls"

14. Grace featuring G-Eazy - "You Don't Own Me"

15. Dua Lipa - "IDGAF"

16. Alicia Keys - "Girl On Fire"

17. Aretha Franklin - "Respect"

18. Cyndi Lauper - "Girls Just Want To Have Fun"

19. Beyoncé - "***Flawless"

20. Gwen Stefani - "Hollaback Girl"

21. Chaka Khan - "I'm Every Woman"

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