Hailee Steinfeld stopped by to chat about her new single “Most Girls,” which she revealed was inspired by a backhanded compliment!

She explained that when someone says, “You aren’t like most girls,” it’s meant as a compliment, but it’s indirectly insulting!

“This song deals with so many, I wouldn’t necessarily say issues, but conversations that are happening in the world right now with women.” She continued, “It stemmed from the comment that guys will make when complimenting a woman, like, “you’re not like most girls,” and that was said to me recently and I thought about it and as much as I wanted to accept it as a compliment, I thought what part of me is not like the amazingness in most women and all women?”

Check out the full interview below!