Lauren Ruth Ward opens up about sexuality with “Blue Collar Sex Kitten”

Baltimore-bred, Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter Lauren Ruth Ward is back with a new banger. “Blue Collar Sex Kitten” openly deals with sexuality and you can expect some straight to the point punchlines!

Written by Lauren Ruth Ward and former Paperhaus guitarist Eduardo Rivera, “Blue Collar Sex Kitten” is a rough pop-rock song that perfectly fits her distinctly unique vocal style and that doesn’t dance around the topic. With self-assurance, the singer begins the track by throwing empowering lines such as:

It was awkward like F minor the first time I saw you naked.
Thought you found Jesus in me while I lied there faking.

About “Blue Collar Sex Kitten”, Lauren Ruth Ward and Rivera explained:

This song is about having pent up thoughts bursting at all seams. It’s about having all these opinions, all these contradictions, all these experiences, all these reservations bottled up inside because for whatever reason, someone deems them inappropriate to express. When writing this song, the lyrics just poured out of me without me having to place too much thought onto the pen and paper. We spend too much time trying to please the world and emphasize a curated picture perfect image of ourselves when in reality we’re all flawed. Admitting that is good. Thriving in it is better.
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