Rising superstar Charli XCX has become a powerful female figure in the music industry, with such hits as "Boom Clap" and her chart-topping collaboration with Iggy Azalea on "Fancy." But the 23-year-old singer-songwriter recently set out to gather perspectives from other women -- artists and executives alike -- in a documentary for the BBC focused on feminism in music industry.

The 40-minute film, titled The F Word and Me, followed the British pop star this past summer as she played at festivals like Glastonbury and Lollapalooza. The British pop star is seen chatting with fellow artists such as Marina and the Diamonds and Ryn Weaver in a quest to unravel the truths and realities of what it means to be a woman in the music business.

On her Twitter feed, Charli XCX called the documentary "necessary." During the broadcast on Nov. 24, she revealed on Twitter that she would have liked to have included more people in the documentary, but that time constraints wouldn't allow her to interview more people.

"I wanted to interview artists I admire, artists who have distinct voices and who I believe to be empowering," she added.

Click on the video above to watch her insightful look into the world of music from a female perspective.

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