Hailee Steinfeld has slowly embraced the concept of becoming the next big thing with her continuous exploration for a niche since she broke into stardom with “Starving” and “Love Myself”. The result is naturally varied flitting between euphoric pop and club-ready tropical house experimenting between rap-assisted “At My Best” with Machine Gun Kelly and plain old pop intoning a female empowerment anthem in the vein of Alessia Cara’s body positivity “Scars to Your Beautiful” and Beyonce’s “Run the World (Girls)”.
Steinfeld’s girl-power addendum to your playlist, “Most Girls” is nothing short of a banger that makes you emotionally positive: “You know some days you feel so good in your own skin, but it’s okay if you want to change the body that you came in”. Her powerfully soaring pop vocals tie the message together so superbly that despite its cliche-strewn ode, it still makes sense to remind the women of our generation that they are smart, strong, beautiful. In plain words, phenomenal.