After championing women to “Reconsider” their ideas of a good man, The Shindellas is back to empower and uplift women with “Ain’t That the Truth.”
On the sophisticated track, produced by Louis York, the holy trinity confidently sings about appreciating themselves while fellas learn to catch up with the woman they’ve become.
“We ain’t all bitches and hoes / We ain’t all strippers on poles,” sings the trio. “We need to take that control because I know / He ain’t going to love you, if you don’t learn to love you.”
The Shindellas is just what we need in music today. Women spreading a positive message through song.
Spin The Shindellas’ new record to see if it’s the truth.
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