Avril Lavigne’s ‘Head Above Water’ Is Tribute To Singer’s Battle With Lyme Disease – And Her Victory Anthem

‘Head Above Water’ is the first album from Avril Lavigne since her self-titled release in 2013, and the first since her diagnosis with Lyme Disease in 2014. It’s also the first album she’s released on BMG, where she’s now recognised as a “Legacy Artist” at the tender age of 34; given she’s been a recording artist for almost half her age, it’s not a bad place to be.

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The Evolution Of The Female Artist/Feminism In Music

Nathassia Devine describes herself as a conscious electronic music artist, prophetic songwriter, and apprentice goddess, who is blessed with lovely fans all over the world. In an exclusive for Essentially Pop, she writes about the evolution of the female artist, as well as feminism in music.

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Miss Eaves – ‘Hump Day’

Miss Eaves (real name Shanthony Exum) is known for her electro-pop-rap feminist stylings, and her song, ‘Hump Day’ is certainly an example of what to expect.

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