Welcome again to Takeover Tuesday, the place every week, Billboard faucets chart-topping artists and tastemakers to compile their very personal playlist unique to Billboard's Spotify account. We give the artists free rein to base the listing on no matter topic they select. The solely rule? Make it as artistic and distinctive to them as doable.
Ally Brooke is prepping for a significant subsequent step in her profession. Eight months after Fifth Harmony introduced their hiatus, the 25-year-old singer teamed up with Kriss Kross Amsterdam and Messiah for an upbeat collaboration referred to as “Vámonos," on Nov. 23. But Brooke's solo profession solely simply begun, as she revealed that her debut solo studio album is ready to reach in early 2019, together with a memoir titled Finding Your Harmony that will probably be launched in April.
As Brooke continues to make large strides in her solo profession, the foundations of feminine empowerment that stay from her Fifth Harmony days proceed to form her. As she prepares for what’s subsequent within the coming months, the “Perfect” singer shared the 11 songs from fellow feminine powerhouse performers that affect her personal music. From Cyndi Lauper’s iconic “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” to Beyoncé’s liberating “Run the World,” Brooke’s playlist spans generations of girls utilizing their music as a solution to converse out and be heard.
“These songs are all about woman energy -- they make me really feel highly effective and assured," Brooke tells Billboard. "I like how they're all songs from totally different eras. They make me wish to sing and dance and inform the world of my value!”
Unleash your personal woman energy with Ally Brooke’s Tuesday Takeover playlist under.