Woman Up

Album: Butterfly Effect (2014)
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Songfacts®:

  • The second single from Ashley Roberts' Butterfly Effect album finds her affirming her femininity. "'Woman Up' is all about empowerment," she told The Daily Mail. "Owning your independence, baby!"
  • The song's music video finds Roberts reuniting with her fellow Pussycat Doll member Kimberly Wyatt. The clip was choreographed by Sisco Gomez, who has worked with artists such as Kylie Minogue, Sugababes, Madonna, Geri Halliwell and Charlotte Church.

    "We wanted to make the video reflect the song: bright, fun, and full of energy, so got the great Sisco Gomez to do the choreography," the singer said. "As a dancer, I really wanted to step up and dance in the next video, and I was lucky to have an amazing group of dancers with me. Definitely some sweat on the dance floor!"

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