Like a Woman

Album: Like a Woman (2017)
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Songfacts®:

  • This passionate, slow-burner is an exploration of Kacy Hill's own femininity and sexuality. She explained: "I want my audience to have a similar experience of their own while listening. My goal is not to make a statement, but make space for exploration without shame or guilt. I don't speak for all women. I speak for Kacy Hill."
  • This was produced by DJ Mustard, Terrace Martin and DJ Dodger Stadium (DJDS). Did you notice that the producer's usual "Mustard on the beat ho!" tag is missing? Hill explained they removed the tag as it "wasn't the first thing I wanted to hear on a song about being a woman."

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