In our previous post, we broke down the feminine brand archetypes as recreated by Brand Like Hers. To refresh: archetypes are typical examples of personalities that are a reflection of your true self. Your dominant archetype helps you define your motives, values, and visual identity. It’s a way to zero in on your leadership strengths and will help you understand yourself as you develop your own personal brand.
Find out your dominant archetype in our quiz here.
Have your results? Check out the anthems of each archetype below to add to your next playlist!
Gajumaru – Yaima
The foundation of the Creatrix is in her name – she’s all about the creative process. Being constantly in her flow, the Creatrix needs a song that can keep up with equally creative melodies and lyrics.
Creating concrete visions of a macroscopic prism
With a brilliant optimism and appropriate ambition
To be open from the center, redirected to the moment
This is it love, this is it love, unrestrainable natureWritten by: Pepper Proud & Masaru Higasa; Performed by Yaima (Jumpsuit Records)
Exothermic – Faouzia
The Queen has been through it all and has come out on the other side, bringing her kingdom to those who choose to follow her guidance. Her anthem is a true ballad meant for a queen ready to shatter through the ceilings that have been placed on her.
I’m still moving cities and I’m still causing storms
I don’t know if you know this
But when I shoot I scoreWritten and performed by Faouzia Ouihya (Faouzia 2019)
In Dreams – Jai-Jagdeesh
The Mother is fair and kind, ready to embrace you in a warm hug. She’s encouraging and gives you the nudge towards your big dreams. Jai-Jagdeesh’s In Dreams is, quite simply, the Mother in a song.
My heart is yours
Go out and open doorsWritten by: Krishan Khalsa & Jai-Jagdeesh; Performed by Jai-Jagdeesh (Spirit Voyage Records)
Good as Hell – Lizzo
The Sister is all about celebrating her loved ones and lifting up her community. She knows the power of a great pep talk and words of encouragement as she gives you a shoulder to lean on. Lizzo brings that vibe and more all centered around self-love in Good as Hell.
Woo girl, need to kick off your shoes
Got to take a deep breath, time to focus on you
I got a bottle of Tequila I been saving for youWritten by: Eric Frederic and Melissa Jefferson / Performed by Lizzo (Atlantic Nice Life)
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun – Cyndi Lauper
The Comedienne is all about taking the seriousness out of life and remembering to have fun in life! Girls Just Wanna Have Fun is a classic for a reason, taking the words right out of the Comedienne’s mouth.
I wanna be the one to walk in the sun
Oh girls, they wanna have funWritten by: Robert Hazard; Performed by Cyndi Lauper (Columbia Records)
No One – Alicia Keys
The Lover goes all in with whomever she’s with and whatever she’s working on. She can even take it to the point of allowing her love to consume her. No One goes right into that emotion and assures you love will always win.
No one, no one, no one
Can get in the way of what I’m feeling
No one, no one, no one
Can get in the way of what I feel for you, you, youWritten by: George Michael Harry, Kerry D. Brothers Jr., Alicia Keys, and Barry A Reese ; Performed by Alicia Keys (J Records)
Rise Up – Andra Day
The Heroine is the victor – she fights like a warrior and faces the unknown with bravery and valor, no matter what stands in her way. This song speaks to the Heroine at her core. It’s the every day soundtrack whether she’s making business deals or slaying dragons.
I’ll rise up
I’ll rise unafraid
I’ll rise up
And I’ll do it a thousand times againWritten by Cassandra Monique Batie and Jennifer Decilveo / Performed by Andra Day (Black Box Records)
What Are We Waiting for – Ruelle
The Sorceress is the game-changer. She’s transformative and ready to take her new ideas and innovation to the next level. This song’s lyrics embody the Sorceress’s foundation and channels her desire to take the next step towards manifesting the life she knows she deserves.
If you never look you’ll never discover
This infinite world for you to uncover
I can hear a symphony
Weaving through everythingWritten by Ruslan Odnoralov, Dalton Dieh, and Margaret C Eckford; Performed by Ruelle (2019 Ruelle Music)
The Wild Woman
Bird Set Free – Sia
The Wild Woman plays by her own rules and isn’t afraid to challenge the status quo. She doesn’t back down from what she knows is right for herself and for humanity. This song allows her heart to be heard – hear her roar.
Now I fly, hit the high notes
I have a voice, have a voice, hear me roar tonight
You held me down
But I fought back loud, ohWritten by Sia Furler & Gregory Kurstin; Performed by Sia (Inertia, Monkey Puzzle and RCA Records)
New Constellations – Ryn Weaver
The Explorer is sure to broaden her horizons whether she’s in her own home or on an incredible adventure. New Constellations explores this journey and reminds the Explorer she never has to settle.
Charting Neptune by the fire of the Sun
Kept looking for new constellations, new constellations
There’s no walls and no ceilings as far as I know
Just the echoes of scars and the unbeaten roadWritten by Benjamin Levin, Michael Angelakos, & Ryn Weaver; Performed by Ryn Weaver (Mad Love and Interscope Records)
The High Priestess
It Was In Me – Avril Lavigne
The High Priestess knows her intuition will guide her through everything. She’s aware all she needs lies within her – all she has to do is seek. This song allows the High Priestess to remember it was in her all along.
I took the time to listen and
I found it here (Ahh)
I stopped to see the vision
And it was clear (Ahh)Written by Lauren Christy, Avril Ramona Lavigne, & Johan Jens Erik Carlsson; Performed by Avril Lavigne (BMG Rights Management)
Song: Sweeter Than Fiction – Taylor Swift
The Maiden is vulnerable and has an open heart for the world. She has an innocence to her and longs for that happy ending. The Maiden gets her wish for the good ones to win in the song Sweeter Than Fiction.
And in this perfect weather
It’s like we don’t remember
The rain we thought would last forever and everWritten and produced by Taylor Swift and Jack Antonoff; Performed by Taylor Swift (Big Machine Records)