American zazz/soul artist Pauline Jean releases a new single named “Ain’t I A Woman (Singing Truth)”. A chillingly passionate plea for female empowerment, the song arrived on August 6, coinciding with the 55th anniversary of the US Voting Rights Act.
Delivering it over a gripping piano, the singer/songwriter highlights the overlooked instances of women’s power, contrasting them with their never-ending struggles. She sings: ‘Ain’t I a woman? Look at me, Look at my soul, I have lived and learned, You can’t silence me.’
The music video for “Ain’t I A Woman (Singing Truth)” is purposely elegant. It carries powerful imagery that reinforces the song lyrics.