Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai shared her love for Ariana Grande‘s music in a new episode of “Time To Walk” released on March 7th.
During her appearance on the Apple Watch series, which is based on a featured guest sharing stories and her favorite songs as she walks. On this occasion, Yousafzai mentioned a classic of the pop star.
“Sometimes I listen to Ariana Grande’s songs, and she has a beautiful voice”
“I love her song called ‘Dangerous Woman‘”
“Listening to this song is really an empowering moment. It’s also a reminder that women are powerful.
They’re strong. They can do whatever they want and they deserve the same rights, and they should have the same rights“
Apart from Grande’s success, Yousafzai enjoys songs like “O Mundo É Um Moinho” by Brazilian Beth Carvalho and “Bombay Theme” by composer A. R. Rahman. In her appearance on “Time To Walk,” which comes a day before International Women’s Day, she also talks about activism and friendship.
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Yousafzai started advocating for women’s rights when she was just 11 years old. In 2013 she launched the Malala Fund with her father, Ziauddin, a non-profit organization, in which they work to create “a world where all girls can learn and lead” they quote on her website.