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RACHEL CROW RELEASES NEW ‘MEAN GIRLS’ VIDEO

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Rising star Rachel Crow is making waves with her new anti-bullying song “Mean Girls.” In her new song, Rachel doesn’t wear her usual happy face. She is all business, taking bullying seriously.

Rachel recently sat down with the folks at popcrush.com to talk about the new “Mean Girls” song, her recently released self-titled EP and more.

Rachel’s feeling about her “Mean Girls” song:

“I didn’t want to reach [out] to just the bullied, but the bullies, because I wanted them to stop what they are doing… and I wanted it to be something people will listen to.”

For the entire interview with Rachel, visit popcrush.com

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  1. I love her, but this is her first video why tackle a such a serious issue with your first video why not something happy and up beat then the serious!

  2. @none..Thank you for that comment , SOME people just don’t get it or want to get it. They’ll rather put someone else down , knowing its hard for them to truly LOVE themselves and they’ll rather look , dress and feel the same as everybody else. Being different really frightens a lot of insecure people , that why there’s so much bullying going on. The only person you should be judging..is YOURSELF!!!!!.

  3. I love love love Rachel Crow and this song!!!! She is truly wonderful and talented, much better than these new and upcoming kids who think they can sing

  4. What do you mean Willow Smith is not secure with herself. Stop bringing black females down. Willow Smith (I know she doesn’t read this blog) keep doing what you are doing and don’t listen to other people. I know it’s hard at times but you know who you are nobody else. Same goes with Paris Jackson, keep being you and you know who you are. You dress they way you want to dress and listen to any type of music you want.

    Hollywood and the media isn’t going to give the black female’s a change if we stop putting each other down.

    Remember the 80′s and 90′s they way we use to dress and how we fix our hair. We that we were cool or dope and boys and men thought we were fly. Everybody from the 80′s had their own style and nobody really judge anyone. We always ask, were did you buy this or that from.

    There’s nothing wrong being different and why would you want to look like everybody else.

  5. VERY POSITIVE SONG. I RECOMMEND THIS FOR ALL PARENTS TO HAVE THERE KIDS LISTEN TO, NOT JUST GIRLS BUT BOYS AS WELL.

  6. Why does willow need to take notes from rachel??…rachel is singing about her experience with being bullied and willow is singing about wanting to be herself. which I might add , she’s also been bullied through some really harsh critics from adults. Both young ladies are singing about things that are very important , and the message is loud & clear. Great job’s to Rachel and Willow. We need more positive songs for our younger generation. Because truth be told..bullying comes from being You and allowing yourself to be different.

    • I totally agree. Btw I love Willow, she is absolutely one of my favs. She has more self confidence than I do and I’m a 26 yr old woman.

    • I believe Rachel’s message more. She is secure in who she is and I can tell from her interviews and her demeanor. Which is why the song Mean Girls is empowering, with a specific cause. Willow is still trying to find herself imo, so her message isn’t quite same and it’s vague too. “Just be you, be you”…but some people don’t know who they are lol.

  7. Love it Rachel!!! Very age appropriate and a beautiful song. Willow, I know your different and whatever but you could take a few notes from Rachel.

  8. Wow!!!…did you really just say that?? I guess YOUR one of the mean girls she’s referring too. Sometimes it’s best to just NOT say anything. SMH…it’s a lot of really unhappy people in this world , and those that are the unhappiest are adults. Especially if you have negative comments towards children , whether you support them or not.

    • The post on Oh No They Didn’t was worse. I’ve never seen so many hateful comments about a child(that wasn’t Willow Smith) in my life.

      This is a good song and I love it. Rachel is pretty amazing.

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