I'm not scared to admit that I'm 24 and love Sophia Grace's new song
Slay me, Sophia Grace! One half of everybody's favorite pink tutu-wearing, red-carpet-reporting duo is back with a brand new single, and I so am here for it.
Can you believe it's been almost five years since Sophia Grace Brownlee first appeared on The Ellen Show with her hype girl Rosie after their cover of Nicki Minaj's "Super Bass" went viral? Now, the 13-year-old singer and YouTube star just released her latest single, "Girl in the Mirror," and it has a super inspiring message for her fellow teens.
The song is all about loving yourself and being confident in your own skin. While slightly reminiscent of Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" in musical style and message, the track's empowering lyrics can also resonate with girls of any age.
The song's lyrics include, "I wake up everyday like, 'Hello, Beautiful' / Cause this world is so crazy and it can bring you down / You're too short, too fat, too skinny / Hey, well excuse me if I think that I'm pretty."
The single goes on to dish out more amazing advice we can all appreciate, like, "Cause every setback is just a setup for something just a little bit better." Preach, princess!
Breakout rap superstar Silentó, aka the 18-year-old behind "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)," is even featured on the track. The pair share a sweet moment together during the video when Brownlee asks Silentó, "Is there anything that you would change about yourself?"
"I dance a lot, but I don't think I would change anything," Silento says. "What about you?"
"No, I like who I am," Brownlee replies.
"Girl in the Mirror" is definitely a different musical style and more mature than Brownlee's last single, "Best Friends," which she released back in January 2015. However, that song was a true tween banger! The video has even accumulated over 48 million views.
Impressed? Brownlee's first single, "Girls Just Gotta Have Fun," has over 128 million views on YouTube. No big deal!
Watch Brownlee's new "Girl in the Mirror" music video, which premiered on E! Online, below.