The first two Fifty Shades soundtracks were populated by plodding bedroom anthems. While the tone of Fifty Shades Freed is still sexy, the mood is lighter. Rita Oraand Liam Payne joined forces for the surprisingly upbeat “For You,” while Hailee Steinfeld teams up with BloodPop for “Capital Letters” — a raunchy, club-ready anthem. “When we lie so still, but you’re taking me places,” she coos over the “Friends”hitmaker’s shimmery synths. “Holding me onto you and we don’t care who’s watching us, baby.”
That takes us to the chorus, which concludes with the heartwarming message: “For worst or for better, gonna give it to you in capital letters.” I’ve said it before, but Hailee is a very underrated pop star. “Most Girls” was a slept-on bop, while current single, “Let Me Go,” is another winner. The 21-year-old seems most at home on dance-pop songs, which helps set her apart from some of her R&B and alt-leaning contemporaries. Take a listen to the rising star’s winning Fifty Shades contribution below.
This article was originally published by: Idolator