“‘Girls Like Us’ is about anyone struggling with themselves every day,” Zoe Wees tells Apple Music of the track that headlines A-List Pop this week. “It was the hardest feeling to grow up in a world that feels like it doesn’t accept you. With this song, I finally started to see my inner beauty.” On the heels of last year’s “Control”—a breakthrough inspired by the 18-year-old German singer-songwriter’s experiences with epilepsy—it’s a self-love anthem brought on by a vital shift in perspective. “This session felt like some kind of transformation,” Wees says of writing the song. “I remember talking to one of my co-writers, Hight, telling him how unbelievably worthless I felt at the time. And I remember him saying, ‘Zoe, start to see yourself with the eyes of your loved ones.’ That actually changed my whole life.” Add A-List Pop to your library to stay up on the latest and greatest pop music.