27 Best Girl Songs For Instagram Stories

“Bad Guy” by Billie Eilish

Song year: 2019

Billie Eilish’s whispered electropop of “Bad Guy” took everyone by surprise in 2019, and while it doesn’t feel quite as fresh as it did upon its release, it does feel like it has come full circle.

For all those times you’re feeling special, unique, mischievous, or even for those times you’re feeling like a bad girl… “Bad Guy” will incriminate you. In a good way.

It’s also a good song selection for anything mysterious or suspenseful, thanks to its darker vibes.

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“Good as Hell” by Lizzo

Song year: 2019

Just as the title would suggest, “Good as Hell” is for all those times you’re feeling great about yourself.

That’s why it’s a great song for projecting a sense of self-confidence. If you’re feeling the best, you’ve ever felt in your own skin, you should turn to “Good as Hell.”

It could also be a good tune for after a day at the beauty salon, spa, or mall (fashion makeover) too. Why not try it for a try-on video?

“Delete Forever” by Grimes

Song year: 2020

Some days are a little emotional or sad, aren’t they? It’s not like you set out the day thinking to yourself, “Today would be a great day to feel down.” But those types of days show up anyway. It’s okay. Because for all those sad day vibes, there’s always Grimes’ “Delete Forever.”

For sentimental posts, throwbacks, declarations of “moving on,” and the like, this is the perfect tune.

“I Like It” by Bad Bunny, Cardi B, and J Balvin

Song year: 2018

If you’re picking up mad summer vibes from Bad Bunny’s “I Like It” you’re not the only one. This is your song if you’re thinking about posting photos from the beach or even giving others a peek at your slamming summer body.

“I Like It” is sure to be a winner on social media, as it trended on various platforms for about two years straight.

This is also a great pick for try-on hauls, makeup looks, accessories, and anything involving style or fashion.

“Level Up” by Ciara

Song year: 2019

Ciara’s “Level Up” is a pumped-up, repetitive upbeat tune. It’s got the right vibes for intense workout sessions or dancing. It’s a great choice for projecting a sense of empowerment, self-love, and confidence too.

You might also turn to this tune as you’re bettering yourself, or when you’ve achieved something significant. It’s always a good idea to celebrate your wins, even small ones!

“Thank U, Next” by Ariana Grande

Song year: 2019

Not all relationships work out. That doesn’t mean you can’t be thankful for all the things you’ve learned along the way. And in “Thank U, Next” Ariana Grande expresses these exact feelings.

Are you moving on? This is your song. Are you feeling emotional? This is your song. Are you having a hard time with your breakup? This can be a great tune for healing your pain too.

Now, go and let your heart heal.

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“Kiss Me More” by Doja Cat ft. SZA

Song year: 2021

Hypnotic, sultry, and even just a little naughty. Doja Cat’s “Kiss Me More” is almost dreamy and subliminal in quality (and if you don’t know what I mean, check out the music video).

This should make for a great song for a girl’s night out, make-out vibes, or romantic intentions. It can be a great choice for self-confidence too.

“Levitating” by Dua Lipa ft. DaBaby

Song year: 2020

Dua Lipa’s “Levitating” quickly shot through the stratosphere upon its release, and it remains very zeitgeist, even today. Even those who aren’t big fans of pop music will remember the catchy disco-influenced chorus.

Listening to “Levitating,” you really will feel like you’re floating from euphoria. Chilling on the rooftop? Dig up this song. Headed to the beach? Put on this song. Feel like all the attention is on you (in a good way)? Play “Levitating.”

“Drivers License” by Olivia Rodrigo

Song year: 2021

Olivia Rodrigo’s “Drivers License” is a melodramatic piano-driven breakup ballad. If you like Adele and John Legend, then you will love this tune too.

If you’re spending a teary weekend alone, if your heart is broken, or if you’re feeling like spending time alone to heal, this song can be your guiding light.

“Happier Than Ever” by Billie Eilish

Song year: 2021

Billie returns with her trademark whispered, under-enunciated singing style on “Happier Than Ever.” The song is quite mellow, though, as it’s not about being the happiest you’ve ever been, but about feeling happier post-breakup.

We’ve all had those experiences though – sometimes it is better to be apart than it is to be together (I’m sure you know what I mean).

Breaking up isn’t always easy, of course. This song can be a soothing one after a fight with your ex, and it can work as a lazy Sunday afternoon companion too.

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