Upcoming Israeli pop sensation, Noa Kiral, has just dropped her latest girl boss anthem “Bad Little Thing” via Atlantic Records. This track is full of upbeat empowerment as Kiral reminds the girls of the world that while the boys may want you, you don’t need them. It oozes the type of self-love and assurance that we could all use a little reminding of. 

This track follows the success of her first international single, “Please Don’t Suck,” which has already garnered over 2+ million streams and 24+ million views on its official video. With it, she introduced herself to the world with dynamic confidence that is magnetic. You can’t help but bop along and cheer her on. Kiral has used her music to evoke the same boldness in those who listen as she notes on her latest track, 

“I’m so excited to release my second global single, ‘Bad Little Thing.’ The song is an empowerment anthem and I really connect to it especially at this stage in my life. I hope it inspires people to be strong, fearless, and independent.”

The clever, fun-filled lyrics are ones that can be chanted as a reminder of how strong and powerful one is. The verse, “They wanna be me/Or wanna be mine/They don’t pay my bills/I pay ‘em on my own,” is the ultimate proclamation of independence. Since releasing her debut single at the young age of 14, Kiral has steadily built a name for herself by winning the MTV EMA “Best Israeli Act,” four years in a row and being the youngest judge in the history of Israel’s Got Talent. Now 20 years old, Kiral is using this new track to show the rest of the world her bright, bold energy that is nothing but infectious. 

Kiral has started to release more English-Language singles and her music videos are filled with cinematic visuals that showcase her artistic vibrancy. Check out the visually intoxicating music video for “Bad Little Thing” below and the song is available to stream whenever you need a little boost of serotonin:

Jessie is currently a student at Stephens College getting her MFA in Screen and Tv Writing. Working full time, going to school and managing a small business music is truly the only thing that keeps her sane.
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Jessie is currently a student at Stephens College getting her MFA in Screen and Tv Writing. Working full time, going to school and managing a small business music is truly the only thing that keeps her sane.

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