Cat Parks Advocates for Women's Empowerment in "Heartbreaker"

Cat Parks Advocates for Women's Empowerment in "Heartbreaker"

There’s a movement happening!  Women are realizing their worth, embracing their strength, and best of all...they are giving themselves a chance to love who they are - inside and out.  Cat Parks is an advocate for women’s empowerment through her music, blog writing, and loving spirit.  Most recently, she released a new video titled “Heartbreaker” that leaves you beaming from the inside out because of its positive message and awesome execution.  

Cat’s video takes you through the short stories of three different women who are being taken advantage of by a date who they all quickly see through.  In each woman’s story, you feel the immediate flattery, followed by the almost sudden realization that they deserve better than their suitor’s shallow intentions.  As Cat narrates the story through seamless storytelling and fiery design, you become a part of the message the women in the video are carrying into action.  In this anthem, Cat sings with the voices of women everywhere: “Wait a minute, I think I just realized my worth!”  

By the end of the video, each woman is holding up a sign of positive affirmation, and as the viewer reads through them, they become a part of the mission to spread the love resonating from “Heartbreaker.”  If you’re looking for a new anthem of empowerment, this is it!

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"Heartbreaker" - Cat Parks

You can find Cat performing at the Nashville Offbeat showcase on January 31st!  Heartbreaker is streaming on Spotify and iTunes.  Learn more about Cat Parks by following her on  Instagram, Facebook, and by frequently checking www.catparksworld.com.

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