You may only remember Fiona Apple from her risque music video for Criminal back in the late 90’s, but she is so much more. An artist who has taken her pain and displayed it for all the world to see and relate to. She learned early on that if you can’t please everyone, then at least please yourself. But that doesn’t mean she hasn’t spent a great deal of time soul searching to get where she is today with her most recent release. We cover her tumultuous childhood into her music-laden teens when she became the star we know her as now. But let’s take a minute to celebrate her and all the work she has done not only for women in music, but for women in life. That they are respected and believed in times of great struggle.
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