Singer-songwriter Bea Miller has an important message: Pretty soon, today's teenagers will run the planet.
"I wanted to get the message across that teenagers -- basically, we're going to take over the world at some point, because we're going to be the adults in the future, and I wanted to kind of empower that and say we are in charge of what happens next," she said.
But that doesn't mean her songs ignore the challenges of being a teenager.
"I also wanted to be relatable in the sense that I could talk about some of the darker parts of being a teenager, too, and growing up," she said. "I thought it was really important to kind of connect with lighter and darker sides."
Watch the full HuffPost Live conversation with Bea Miller below.
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