North London artist Georgia Black has released her empowering new track “Curves” all about self-love.
It is not a coincidence that Georgia chose the International Women’s Day to drop her single which gives a high dose of feminine strength and aims to support anyone struggling with body image issues. This theme runs through Georgia’s work as we all grow with the pressure of social media platforms.
She said about her song, “‘Curves’ is a song about being comfortable in your own skin and learning to love yourself, not to conform to the ways that women are portrayed on social media. I wrote this song because more and more young girls are suffering with mental health issues and body dysmorphia because of what is being drilled into them from a young age through the media
Everyone struggles with that person in the mirror from time to time, but it’s important to feel confident in yourself. ‘Curves’ is to empower women of all shapes, sizes and ages, to encourage them to own and be proud of who they are”.
Georgia Black is a singer and songwriter with an assertive Jazz and Blues style which draws inspiration from musical female influences such as Etta James, Peggy Lee and Nina Simone.
She has already performed to Adele, Madonna and Prince Harry, alongside Mick Jones and Bobby Gillespie and has performed at international events including Vienna’s Life Ball Festival and Berlin Fashion Week.
Listen to “Curves” below: