Celebrate PEOPLE's Beautiful Issue with 10 Empowering Songs That'll Make You Feel Gorgeous

Lydia Price
Since there's no better pick-me-up than a heart-pumping playlist, we found 10 new tracks that that'll have you ready to take on the world

From Ariana Grande and Lizzo to Cardi B, 10 female artists have provided the perfect soundtrack to PEOPLE’s 2019 Beautiful Issue.

Their tracks celebrating strength, resilience and confidence will have you strutting your stuff and letting your inner light shine just like our famous beauties. So get your headphones ready and prepare to belt it out.

Ariana Grande, ‘7 Rings’

The second single off of Grande’s Thank U, Next album is a great way to celebrate the friends who have your back — even if you can’t exactly treat your besties to a Tiffany’s shopping spree.

Lizzo, ‘Juice’

The flute-playing, Coachella-slaying singer is one of music’s hottest new sensations, and this invigorating tune makes it easy to see why. Honestly, you might need to see a doctor if it doesn’t at least get your foot tapping.

Maren Morris, ‘GIRL’

Morris has given women everywhere a badass anthem with the biting track from her new album of the same name.

Cardi B, ‘Money’

This one is for all the moms out there who need cheese for their eggs, because what could be more empowering than breastfeeding while surrounded be piles of cash?

Kacey Musgraves, ‘Rainbow’

The 2019 album of the year Grammy winner conveys an uplifting message in this gorgeous, encouraging ballad.

Sara Bareilles, ‘Armor’

From taking on the story of Adam and Eve to slamming cat-callers, Bareilles gets unapologetically feminist on “Armor.”

Kelly Clarkson, ‘Broken & Beautiful’

Clarkson’s song from the Ugly Dolls soundtrack is all about embracing “flaws” and showing your strength.

Kehlani, ‘Nunya’ Ft. Dom Kennedy

The new mom gives a not-so-gentle reminder that your time and energy don’t belong to anyone but you.

Brandi Carlile, ‘The Joke’

Feeling underestimated? Get Carlile’s Grammy-winning song ready for a triumphant celebration when you prove the doubters wrong.

Pink, ‘Hustle’

Once again, Pink provides a perfect musical clapback to haters who would have you play the fool. The song comes off of her upcoming album Hurts 2B Human.