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Clinton smashes glass ceilings with Spotify playlist

10 Mar 16

Hilary Clinton has released her own Spotify playlist in celebration of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, with the tagline "a soundtrack for smashing glass ceilings".

The democratic presidential hopeful's playlist is a mixed bag, with “anthems” including Beyonce’s Run the World (Girls), No Doubt’s Just a Girl, and Christina Aguilera’s Fighter, as well tracks from Demi Lovato, Florence + The Machine, Missy Elliot, Madonna and M.I.A.

Wondering if she selected these songs her self? Same. But it’s a great list.

You can listen to the playlist here and follow Hillary on Spotify here.

Spotify has also released data on the top-streamed female artists globally in honour of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day.

The streaming platform is also launching Women in Music & Culture, a series that highlights some of the most iconic and rising female voices in music, literature and entertainment.

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