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LIEZA's "Don't Make Me Dance" empowers women in the wake of #MeToo

LIEZA's "Don't Make Me Dance" empowers women in the wake of #MeToo

In a year where art has reflected the social issues faced in our world so vividly, Nashville's indie pop artist LIEZA (real name Meghan Roner) is out to empower women with "Don't Make Me Dance", especially in the wake of the #MeToo movement which has allowed many women to voice their pain after years of covered up sexual harassment in Hollywood and across the country. "I'm still fragile from the fallout started with your hands," Roner sings over a glitchy hypnotic track that brings to mind pop artists like Banks. LIEZA's upbeat dance track signals the ability to move forward into a society that is increasingly supportive of strong, independent women. Listen down below! - Chris Thiessen

Published: December 08, 2017 |

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