Baddest Chick

Album: The Entertainer (2010)
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  • Alesha Dixon's image is that of a wholesome entertainer with an all-round positive attitude, so it was a surprise to some that she opened The Entertainer with a song titled "Baddest Chick." The singer explained to the NME how the song still puts across a positive message. She said: "That's more of a statement record, it's about being strong, being a woman carrying yourself in a certain way, not taking crap of anyone. I want people to be empowered when they listen to the record!"
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