This list includes songs by Ariana Grande, Jessie J, Mary J. Blige, and Linda Perry. All of them are uplifting and will make you feel better about yourself. However, if you’re not sure what to listen to, you can start with the first two on this list.
Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’
After receiving positive reviews for her debut album, Ariana Grande returned with an album that takes a turn toward the more personal. Her lyrics tackle issues such as heartbreak and loss. Ariana Grande’s album video, which is inspired by the 2004 Tina Fey comedy, pays tribute to the song’s eponymous title. In the video, the singer flips through a burn book filled with cutout letters and photos of her exes.
During the album’s third leg, Grande performed the track “thank u, next.” On the third leg of her Sweetener World Tour, Grande wore a Mrs. Claus-inspired ensemble. She also performed ‘thank u, next’ at the 2020 Grammy Awards, along with “7 Rings” and “Imagine.”
The song’s title and the song’s lyrics were inspired by Grande’s experience of heartbreak. The song was written shortly after her breakup with Mac Miller, who had the same tattoo on his arm. In “imagine,” Ariana sings about ordering pad thai and raps about eating stir-fried Thai food. This heartache inspired her to imagine herself and Mac Miller in a utopian world, where they can eat in peace, unnoticed by the world.
The video for “thank u, next'” was released on November 3rd. It has over 31 million views and more than one million likes as of November 5th. It also earned gold certification in Canada and became Ariana Grande’s first solo number one.
The video is a parody of the movie Mean Girls. The cast of the movie are mostly celebrities, including Ariana Grande, Jennifer Aniston, and Kris Jenner. The video also stars Lindsay Lohan and Jonathan Bennett.
Jessie J’s ‘Shake It Off’
Jessie J’s ‘Shooke It Off’ may be the most upbeat song on the list, but its message is a bit more serious than most pop songs about loving yourself. It’s a song about reclaiming your identity after a bad relationship and discovering how valuable you are to yourself. It’s about learning to appreciate yourself and stopping worrying about other people’s opinions.
Jessie J’s ‘Shooke It Off’ is one of her best-selling singles. The singer found a way to spread her message using YouTube. Her songs were often interspersed with spoken prologues and featured her own life philosophy. At just twenty-one, she saw herself as a role model for younger women and has consistently used her platform to fight bullying and advocate for self-love.
Although Jessie J may be considered a solo artist, her early releases were less vulnerable. The brassy “Mamma Knows Best” is big-band pastiche, while “Big White Room” shows the power of Jessie’s voice. “Why” is a more subtle track, recorded while Jessie was a member of Soul Deep.
The narrator of this song is her own worst critic. She doesn’t always say nice things about herself, but she is nice to other people. The Script of the song aims to help listeners love themselves and accept their flaws.
“I Love Myself” by Tracy Dawn is another song about loving yourself. She sings about loving yourself in spite of a difficult time in life. She encourages people to love themselves and their own company.
Linda Perry’s ‘Beautiful’
“Beautiful” is a song about loving yourself that was penned by Linda Perry. She has a long history of writing and producing songs, but had not released any of her own music for nearly 15 years. Perry is a vocalist and producer who is known for speaking her mind. She has been inducted into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame and received a Grammy nomination for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical. Perry is one of just nine women to be nominated for a Grammy and is one of the first female producers to do so.
Perry’s “Beautiful” is one of her most popular songs, and it has been covered by many artists. Pink and Christina Aguilera have both used it on their songs. The song is about self-love and self-confidence and was originally intended for Pink, but Perry later gave it to Christina Aguilera. It has since become one of the pop-dance anthems of the ’00s.
Although Christina Aguilera was eager to achieve technical perfection for the video, Perry fought back and insisted on keeping the first take as it was. The video features a cross-dressing man and a homosexual kiss. The song’s Script encourages listeners to love themselves despite their perceived imperfections.
Linda Perry is an artist who has been active in the music industry for many years. She has worked with artists like Alicia Keys, Vanessa Carlton, and Ziggy Marley. Her latest collaboration with Christina Aguilera is the song “Beautiful.”
Ariana Grande’s ‘Beautiful’
The song is a powerful reminder to love yourself. It’s short, has a unique beat, and is perfect to sing while showering. The singer has had several hits, from appearing on the musical competition show “The Voice” to launching her own makeup line. In this song, she talks about being on your worst behavior but also embracing who you are.
The pop singer Ariana Grande is a pop icon who has taken the pop music world by storm. Although she first came to fame in “Victorious,” where she played a shy teen, she later shifted to a musical career and focused on music. She is best known for her catchy pop songs about love and breakups.
This song is about reclaiming your own identity after being in a relationship with someone else. It encourages you to stop worrying about what others think of you and love yourself no matter what. You’re beautiful and you don’t have to change to fit in. The song reached number 8 in the US and number 55 in the UK.
Ariana Grande’s version of “Sometimes” – a classic Christmas song by Wham! – has a modern spin on the classic song. The lyrics make fun of celebrity culture and make reference to Ariana Grande’s ponytail. Ariana Grande and Jason Robert Brown have performed the song together many times, and it features a ferocious jazz piano solo from Brown.
‘Beautiful’ by Ariana Grande is another powerful song about loving yourself. The song’s narrator is the worst critic of herself. She doesn’t have the confidence to say nice things about herself, but she is confident enough to say nice things about others. The song’s Script urges the listener to learn to love themselves and be happy.