Esthero wants to start a musical revolution because she is "so sick and tired of the shit on the radio." The brassy Canadian singer is going about making that change in her own unique way. On her remarkable second album "Wikked Lil' Grrrls" she seamlessly weaves samba, jazz, rock and hip hop to create a stylish, powerful sound that emphasizes both melody and message. Esthero, who previously was a guest vocalist with the Black Eyes Peas, co-wrote and produced all tracks on the album in collaboration with an impressive cast of people including Sean Lennon, Shakari Nite, Cee-Lo Green, Jemeni, Jelleestone and Andre3000 of Outkast. Esthero's greatest achievement is that she has been able to create her own story by using a myriad of styles ranging from Brazilian percussion to house rhythms and from soaring torch vocals to slamming hip-hop. High notes are the tender "Gone," the endearing "Everyday Is A Holiday" and the hooky title track.