Here are the top five girls in the music industry that are more than just beautiful voices:
5) Selena GomezIt's no lie that Sel has been the target-of-choice for many haters since she's been on and off with the Biebs, nevertheless she's always been the living proof of how "classy" and "badass" belong together to fight the haters and empower girls.
P.S. Let's not forget her anthem to self respect and stop body shaming "Who Says."
3) LordeMany people thought Lorde, (born Ella Yelich), was just another overnight success. Truth is, this New Zealand gem has been working on it since she was about 12 years old. If you haven't heard songs from the new indie queen apart from her hit "Royals," you definitely should. Her lyrics are everything but common and manage to transport you to another world with her unique melodies.
2) Miley CyrusOur generation grew alongside this open-minded beauty. Ever since her Hannah Montana days, I knew that "Destiny Hope" (her real name) was meant for greatness. Miley is a person that has alway stood up, not only for her believes, but also for other people. She has taught us to stay true to ourselves and not caring what other people might think about us. She might not be Hannah Montana forever but when she sang the words to "Nobody's Perfect," I'm sure she meant it.
1) Taylor SwiftOf course Tay has earned the No. 1 crown in this countdown, not only for having the cutest kitties ever (with the most clever names), but also this feminist badass managed to change the music industry forever when she reached out to Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, in an open letter. The "Bad Blood" beauty stated that the reason she would not be joining Apple Music was because musicians would not be paid during the three-month trial. This letter was a blessing for new comers in the music field since they will, in fact, be paid for their work during and after the trial. Is there anything Taylor can't do?
After the events of this week, I've decided to put 1989 on Apple Music...and happily so.— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) junio 25, 2015