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New York Chant-Pop Duo Big Hair Girls Share “Future Is Female”

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Fearless pop duo Big Hair Girls share the music video for their debut single “Future Is Female.” For fans of Shamir, MIA or Sofi Tukker, the track is a super bright and fun chant-pop/dance track that’s full of girl power.

“We wrote ‘Future is Female’ to be an anthem for the Girl Power Movement of right now. It’s our celebration of female empowerment!” – Big Hair Girls

via @bighairgirls by @mbkoeth

Big Hair Girls are made up of sisters Venus and Lizzy Lightyear. As Russian / Romanian / Surinamese / Caribbean kids growing up in the suburbs of New York City, the girls were clearly different and stuck out at a time when it meant everything to fit in. Their mother was an immigrant, their parents were strict, and their family didn’t have much money. But being bullied throughout their school years taught them to stand up for themselves, and Lizzy and Venus realized their differences were the things that made them awesome. From then on, they vowed to stop apologizing for their uniqueness and to stop straightening their hair. With that vow came a technicolor path to freedom…and BIG hair!

Big Hair Girls started making music out of their bedroom studio and quickly became a staple of New York City’s underground scene, where they could be found djing a circuit of clubs and LGBTQ parties; but, it wasn’t until they linked up with producers at The Ski Team that they created their signature sound. BHG make tropical, bounce-y pop anthems all inspired by themes of girl power, strength, unity, and unapologetic individuality. Lizzy and Venus are at the forefront of an ever-growing army of glitter warriors and are ambassadors to the future of girl power.

Big Hair Girl Philosophy: Embrace the things that make us unique and to spread positivity, acceptance, and dopeness everywhere we go.

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