By Erin Duvall
Kelsea Ballerini was all about female empowerment during her show at West Hollywood’s Troubadour on Monday night (Nov. 23). “When I decided to be an artist and I wrote a song called ‘Love Me Like You Mean It,’ I decided that I wanted to be about women empowerment,” she told the crowd. “I decided I wanted to be about girls lifting girls up.”
Then Ballerini welcomed singer-songwriter Tori Kelly to the stage to sing the pop star’s “Should’ve Been Us” from her 2015 album Unbreakable Smile.
“There’s been an incredible amount of incredible artists that have come up the last few years and I’m about to bring one out that is one of my favorite artists ever,” Ballerini introduced Kelly. “She is the kindest and most talented and effortlessly confident people I’ve ever met in my life.”