Lorde? Taylor? Tove Lo? Which Female Singer-Songwriter Ruled 2014?

Which fearless female musician was your favorite?

When it came to lady singer-songwriters in 2014, those women kind of killed the game.

Sure, it may have been the year that the word "feminism" (thank you, Emma Watson and Beyoncé) reached a fever pitch -- but it was also the year that we saw feminism's staying power in music.

Lorde curated the entire soundtrack for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 1" at age 17. FKA twigs broke out of her "Video Girl" mold and morphed into something completely new with her debut record, LP1. Taylor Swift shook off the haters and the detractors to put out her first pop record, 1989, which broke records and became the bestselling album of the year. And Charli XCX continued to break all the rules this year.

A whole new class of Renaissance women broke onto the scene -- and we're in love with each and every one of them. We've shared 11 of our favorites below -- rank your favorites, and let us know which singer-songwriter ruled in 2014.