Clutch Asks Black Women: What’s Your Theme Song?

Got songs that celebrate womanhood? Let's hear 'em.

By Jamilah King Nov 09, 2010

With all the hype surrounding Tyler Perry’s "For Colored Girls", it seems only appropriate to dive into a soundtrack that celebrates black womanhood. Clutch Magazine recently asked its readers to name their favorite theme songs. And they’ve jump started the conversation with a few stellar choices:

Yo-Yo: Can’t Play With My Yo-Yo (1991):

Queen Latifah: U.N.I.T.Y. (1994)

Lauryn Hill: Lost Ones (1998)


Classics, right? There are probably few things colored girls miss more than consistent sounds from Lauryn Hill. Go read the rest of their choices, and chime in with your own in the comments below.