Lane has a quite heavily accented county vocal, and that mixed with the modern beats creates an interesting juxtaposition. Many female artists have been incorporating electro-pop elements in there songs, most notably Alina Smith with "Free Beer" and Ruthie Collins with her cover of the country classic "Ramblin' Man." But along with those electro pop elements is a girl power element. Think of Kelsea Ballerini's two singles, and quite a bit of Taylor Swift's music. There is a feeling that Lane can do it by herself, and doesn't need a boy to do anything in life.
Although country music for the women has often become quite a bit less country that it is used to be, there's another feminist element that wasn't commonly there before. This song could be criticized for its rap breakdown, and the excessive pop elements, but it is a good song despite that. Women are finding their ground in country music, and if the compromise for less traditional country elements is to get more confident, strong women, it is worth it.
Overall rating: 4 crowns