In honor of National Pink Day we have put together a new, pink inspired playlist for you! The color pink is actually fairly young, it only became popular during the 18th century Rococo period (Broadly.com). During that time it was a common color for young boys to wear, and since then it has been given many different faces. From art culture to fashion, it is thought of as the color of femininity. But modern times are changing how this color is seen and used. Pink is not only appreciated and worn by a wide variety of individuals, "political movements have embraced and employed the color pink to accompany direct action and to represent their revolutions." (Broadly.com).
We like to think of the color pink as a solid representation of the women we know and love. Strong, feminine, and fun!
Get the Party Started - Pink
Work B*tch - Britney Spears
Applause - Lady Gaga
Trini Dem Girls - Nicki Minaj featuring Lunchmoney Lewis
Do or Die - Flux Pavilion featuring Childish Gambino)
Dancing On My Own - Robyn
Problem - Natalia Kills
Chained To The Rhythm - Katy Perry featuring Skip Marley
Diamond Heart - Lady Gaga
Untouched - The Veronicas
Promises - Skrillex & Nero Remix
Hung Up - Madonna
Love Lockdown - Kanye West
So What - Pink
Check out this playlist and others on our Spotify channel!
Written by Ashley Pettigrew
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The following sources were utilized in this article:
* D'Avignon, Angella. "Pretty In Pink: How a Color Came To Represent a Gender". https://broadly.vice.com/en_us/article/pretty-in-pink-how-a-color-came-to-represent-a-gender. 2016 March 14.