Introducing: C’est Karma – Girls


Photo by Martins Goldbergs

Luxembourg artist C’est Karma releases new single Girls, in celebration of International Women’s Day.

The song sounds so good. I like the quirky melodies. Besides, the vocals are outstanding. Furthermore, I am also a fan of the powerful hooks and dynamic elements.

Lyrically, the song is very impressive. C’est Karma talks about the constant pressure women are exposed to. It’s a love song to women, a subject that Karma experiences in her every life and that is very dear to her heart.

Girls is paired with a fantastic music video, directed by Bianca Jaeger Montobbio. The video brings the song to life.

On the single, C’est Karma says: “We women are often expected to work harder in order to be taken seriously. When I was growing up I could never imagine a thing like sexism, because I was mainly brought up by my mother who handles everything and in general had a very tolerant environment. Other than that, I saw my grandmother who had fled from Portugal in the 70s and brought up five children in a foreign country with an unknown language and culture. Her entire life, she read and by doing so she was able to educate herself. I was deeply impressed by that, because as a child I always took this for granted and never realised the courage, the power and sacrifice that was behind it.”

C’est Karma delivers once again. Girls is a true masterpiece. Start streaming it as soon as possible!


Photo by Martins Goldbergs

You can stream Girls below on SoundCloud, Spotify or YouTube!