"On the night of the 75th annual Golden Globes, Kalie Shorr dressed in black and went to a viewing party at her friend Kim Paige’s house. Other girlfriends were there rocking the same matching color as a show of solidarity with the Hollywood actors supporting the Time’s Up movement at the ceremony." - CMT
"Twenty-three of country music's rising female stars got together to make a powerful statement. "Time's Up" is a collaborative message that adds to a swelling conversation about mistreatment of women in society.
The seed of the song was planted during the Golden Globes, where dozens of actors and actresses wore black to support Time's Up, a legal defense fund set up to support victims of sexual harassment and assault." - Taste of Country
"Last week on the 51st Annual CMA Awards, Keith Urban debuted a new song, “Female.” The song was inspired by the many reports now emerging in the public about sexual assault and harassment in the entertainment industry.
Penned by Shane McAnally, Nicolle Galyon, and Ross Copperman and produced by Urban and Dan Huff, the song has made waves and touched people nationwide. The proof came when the song soared to No. 1 on iTunes immediately following Urban’s award show performance." - Nashville Gab
"Song Suffragettes, a woman-only showcase in Nashville who live by the motto, “Let the girls play,” have collaborated to create a moving cover of Keith Urban’s new “Female.” The country superstar was impressed.
“LOVE this cover!!! You all ROCK!” Urban wrote, sharing a link to the video." - Radio.com
Kalie Shorr, Savannah Keyes and other members of the all-women songwriting group the Song Suffragettes have recorded their own version of Keith Urban's "Female." "I’ve always loved Keith Urban but his decision to record this song and use his platform to stand in solidarity with women made me admire him even more," says Shorr. "I chatted with the Song Suffragettes girls and we thought it would be really cool and special to put our voices on it." - Rolling Stone Country