Calling all the ‘Wild Girls!’ Multi-platinum singer-songwriter Sorana dropped your official anthem. Heartbreaks and disloyalty change a person, as they roam the world with one message Sorana declares: Be careful with her. With the perfect song to add to a BBE playlist, Sorana has us at THP hyped and ready to conquer the world with ‘Wild Girls.’
‘Wild Girls,’ co-written by Morten Schjolin (Jennifer Lopez) and Kes Noel, tells the story of what happens when you cross a good heart one too many times. As Sorana sings “She could be your nightmare or the girl of your dreams,” you can feel the intent and warning coupled with the energetic pop riddim surge through the lyrics. It gives the song a “war cry” feel that can be transformed into a resilient drive to tackle every aspect of life, especially with matters of the heart. Though many may see the protagonist of this song as heartless, we learn in the 2nd verse that things weren’t always this way: “Trusted and was broken, But that’s what made her tough and once she got out.” Still, if you take your chance to approach, proceed with caution because there’s no fury like a woman scorned.
‘Wild Girls’ is a female empowerment, western-inspired record that shows that no one can cross one of us girls and get away without a broken heart. It interpolates Ennio Morricone’s iconic theme from ‘The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly,’ to give it that cinematic vibe. I wanted to flip the male-dominated Western genre on its head. Women are really the fiercest cowboys.
-Sorana on ‘Wild Girls’
Along with the singles’ release, Sorana dropped an official visualizer, contributing to the “wild, wild west” badass cowgirl concept for the song. The imagery is the perfect backdrop for any house party spinning this bop. Would you add this to your Baddie playlist? Tell us in the comments below, tweet us @TheHoneyPop, or comment on our Instagram and Facebook.