For years, the Disney Channel has been a great platform for new talent and singers to become household names at a young age.
To date, Disney has launched the success of many female singers and songwriters. Today we look over our Top 5 tracks that were born from female Disney Channel stars!
5) So Yesterday by Hilary Duff
‘So Yesterday’ was a popular track dating back to the early 2000’s, by no other that Lizzie McGuire actress, Hilary Duff. Empowering and motivational, she describes heartbreak in a way that teens can relate. She really knew her audience with this release, and helped kids worldwide get over their first-love, which at the time can feel like the world is crumbling down around you.
4) We Can’t Stop by Miley Cyrus
This track showed an incredibly older and more matured vibe from the Hannah Montana star. The hit was massive the year of its’ release back in 2013, with it staying on billboard charts for several weeks. The fun-loving and upbeat track will make you want to party more than ever. Listeners can really relate to wanting a great night out or event, that you can feel like yourself and be accepted.
3) Skyscraper by Demi Lovato
The emotional vocals are some of Demi’s best work on ‘Skyscraper’. The haunting backing track and the heartfelt lyrics are the perfect combination in this masterpiece. She goes into detail about how someone can make you feel worthless, but having the confidence and determination to rise above this and come out on top is the best way to deal with this feeling.
2) Lose You To Love Me by Selena Gomez
Selena blew fans away with this release in early 2020. A reflective tune, looking back on how differently you could have handled a relationship. The heartfelt lyrics depict how falling out of love and getting over someone can actually promote self-love and acceptance. Moving on can be tough, but once you discover your self-worth and come to terms with how you should be treated better, it can be an easier journey.
1) Hurricane by Bridget Mendler
This underrated track has recently become an online phenomenon across TikTok and Twitter, and we can’t get enough. The spoken word and almost raps from Bridget pull together this classic perfectly. The song also includes references from cult classic ‘The Wizard of Oz’, fitting in magically with the essence of the track. Singing the feeling of being ‘swept off your feet’, Bridget displays how this can feel like a whirlwind hurricane to your emotions!
There really are too many tracks to mention. Somehow, growing up with these artists can make their music feel more relatable.
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