37 Best Songs About Beautiful Women

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14. “Who Says” by Selena Gomez

Song Year: 2011

Selena Gomez is known for her empowering, inspirational hits, and ‘Who Says” is one of her most loved ones.

This pop anthem promotes self-acceptance and encourages listeners to see themselves as beautiful, worthy, and perfect in their own way – regardless of what they look like.

15. “Juicy” by Doja Cat

Song Year: 2019

Doja Cat has no shame about highlighting her own assets, and she does just that in “Juicy,” a song all about her voluptuous figure.

This playful hip-hop track is perfect for displaying how confident and secure a woman can be in her curves. It also helps normalize women's sensual expression.

16. “Fergalicious” by Fergie

Song Year: 2006

Similar to Doja Cat's Juicy but released more than a decade earlier was “Fergalicious,” which almost reads as a love letter to Fergie from Fergie.

She hypes up her own stunning appearance on this riveting, energetic beat that's almost just as fun to sing along with as it is to dance to.

17. “Trumpets” by Jason Derulo

Song Year: 2013

Another Derulo hit that emphasizes the attractiveness of a woman is “Trumpets.”

The lyrics to “Trumpets” convey Derulo ogling at how mesmerizing this woman is, especially when she gets undressed and exposes her natural assets. According to the lyrics, looking at her is enough beauty and inspiration to write a whole song!

18. “Woman” by Doja Cat

Song Year: 2021

“Woman” speaks to how beautiful women are not just based on physical appearance but in terms of their divine femininity and natural gifts.

The lyrics in “Woman” praise women for being able to grow families from the womb, woo people with their allure, be CEOs, and essentially do everything they set their minds to.

19. “Yo” by Chris Brown

Song Year: 2006

“Yo” is one of Chris Brown's earlier hits that made him a household name, arguably due to his smooth, youthful vocals and hip dance moves.

In “Yo,” Brown sings about seeing an attractive woman from across the room and wanting to holler at her, or in other words, strike up a conversation to get to know her.

20. “Are You Gonna Be My Girl” by Jet

Are You Gonna Be My Girl by Jet

Song Year: 2003

“Are You Gonna Be My Girl” is a high-energy rock classic that conveys how exciting it is to find someone that you're extremely attracted to in every way.

Something about this woman's long hair, big boots, and other characteristics make her seem like the perfect match for the narrator in this story.

21. “My Goodies” by Ciara Featuring Petey Pablo

Song Year: 2009

Similar to “Fergalicious” and “Juicy,” Ciara's “My Goodies” highlights what Ciara (and many, many other people) believe is Ciara's irresistible aesthetic qualities.

However, it's also an empowering song, reminding the listener that you don't have to give up your “goodies” just for anyone who wants them.

22. “Beautiful” by Christina Aguilera

Song Year: 2002

“Beautiful” is a highly impactful, time-tested pop ballad that has truly changed people's lives. It promotes the idea of women accepting themselves regardless of what other people say and acknowledging their inherent beauty.

It's an uplifting, empowering, and heartfelt song that's perfect to listen to if you're feeling down about yourself based on societal pressure or judgment.

23. “Scars To Your Beautiful” by Alessia Cara

Song Year: 2015

In the same light as Christina's “Beautiful,” “Scars To Your Beautiful” by Alessia Cara also encourages self-acceptance, specifically highlighting that imperfections are also beautiful.

This song has helped countless women address their insecurities in a more positive, uplifting, and healthy manner.

24. “Juice” by Lizzo

Song Year: 2019

Like Meghan Trainor, Lizzo is well-known for her body-positive hits, and “Juice” is one of her most popular.

It's about embracing one's own radiant beauty and being unapologetically yourself. People love listening to it in the car, in the gym, at the club, and pretty much anywhere you want to jam out in a positive way!

25. “You & I” by John Legend

Song Year: 2013

John Legend is one of the kings of romantic ballads, perhaps because of his notable love for his wife, Chrissy Teigan.

“You & I” is an ode to the deep connection and love that two people can share, and it specifically points out the ways in which Legend finds his partner so beautiful, even without all the makeup and glam.

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