“She Too” the new soul rock single from New York artist, Danielia Cotton, stings with feminist potency as sharp electric guitars and crisp, raging vocals bite into a mouthful of patriarchal resistance. The single aims its loaded gun at equality and roars like a speeding bullet burning right through the target. “She Too” was recorded in Brooklyn featuring Matt Beck (Matchbox 20) on guitar, and is out April 2 on her label, Cottontown LLC. Listen here
“She Too” is a fully charged rock and roll anthem channeling the rage that women feel and carry on their backs, giving a voice to the fight for equality. Cotton provides an unapologetic commentary on the current political climate stemming from movements such as #MeToo, the fight for equal pay, and the recognition of women of color. With every seething guitar lick, the angst simmers like a stack of dynamite exploding into the sky. Cotton’s roaring vocals blaze through the barricades of masculine supremacy at full force, each line standing among the flames as its own feminist mantra. Directly put, Cotton says, “Women are equal and empowered. Hear us roar.” Cotton doesn’t just rattle the chains that hold women back, but burns right through the steel with fiery passion.