Bea Miller is best known for competing on the second season of ‘The X Factor’ back in 2012, when she was just in her teens. Although she came in ninth place on the show, the singer-songwriter made a lasting impression on fans and has since launched a recording career.
One of her standout tracks on her 2018 debut ‘Aurora’ is the body-positive anthem “S.L.U.T.,” which stands for “Sweet Little Unforgettable Thing.” The song is produced by Ido Zmishlany, who has also worked with Shawn Mendes, Demi Lovato, and Sabrina Carpenter.
“S.L.U.T.” is all about embracing self-love and empowering women. Miller tells Genius that when she was on her way to the studio to write the song, she came across a hateful and s**t-shaming comment on her Instagram post that criticized her outfit. Miller decided to flip the negativity into a positive sentiment, giving new meaning to the derogatory word.