Paigey O is a Fighter

Unless you’re musical tastes are stuck permanently in the 1950s, you’re well aware of the prevalence of female artists across all music genres. Especially in pop music, the singles and albums charts over the last two decades have been dominated by girl power – talented, sexy and often business savvy women who’ve taken control of their careers and trumpet that fact with a special brand of feminine bravado. Often laced with feminist overtones, music from these pop princesses have become much more than throwaway Top40 and dance-floor jams. A prime example is Paigey O‘s new song Sign of a Fighter.

Though it maintains all the club appeal you’ve come to expect from such artists, the song has a positive message for women – fight for what you believe in. The tune’s hip hop flavor and sassy delivery allows Paigey O to really stand out from her peers. Take a listen below:

Half Swedish, half Maltese, Paigey O’s platinum blonde style is finely tuned for America’s Hollywood-influenced audience but her persona is no act. What you see is what you get. She knew from a young age she wanted to be a singer. “I used to watch singers on telly and I would sing into my comb, it seems funny now, but I always knew what i wanted to do, I had to follow my heart.”

Visit her online here.

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Originally from Montreal where she covered local night life for an alternative magazine, Lauren is now now based in South Florida where she works in marketing and spends her weekends sampling the area’s night life.