As part of the ‘International Women’s Day’ Month long campaign: ‘Turn Her Up,’ Aussie Artist teamed up with IWD and recorded a celebrating women in the entertainment industry and to showcase their skills.

The meaning behind the track ‘Bitch’?

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“’Bitch’ is fighting back against the idea of having to be nice, in response to someone ‘coming on to you’ in a way that is predatory and un-invited.”

“Some men seem to take the notion of “No” as a challenge and revel in the pursuit of what can’t have. I can’t count the amount of times “I have a boyfriend” has been the only thing I could say to get rid of and I hate that they won’t respect a woman’s choice, but they’ll respect a man in the picture (even if it’s a lie). So when I wrote this song I’d had this one particular situation a guy had started a conversation with me in a bar, whilst I waited for my (actual) boyfriend to finish work. We were just chatting about normal stuff for a little while, until he asked for my number. I said I was actually there waiting for my boyfriend. He blew up and said I was a ‘Bitch’ for wasting his time. This annoyed me because if I was rude the start, I’d be a bitch, but being kind enough to chat to him, also ended in me being a bitch apparently. So I decided I may as well just own the name and wrote this song about it.” – Bianca

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