Rita Ora is going full-blown fem-power for her next single.

The "For You" singer announced on Friday (May 4) that her new song, "Girls," will feature Cardi B, Charli XCX, and Bebe Rexha.

“I’m so happy to finally announce my new single GIRLS feat some amazing powerful women who have inspired me so much!" Ora wrote on Twitter when revealing the news.

While the track will mark a few firsts for Ora — she's never worked with Cardi or Bebe — she has collaborated with Charli, her fellow Brit, in the past. The two teamed for "Doing It" in 2015, and again for a remix of Charli’s "After The Afterparty" the following year.

Ora hasn't released a full-length project since 2012's Ora, her debut album, but has put out a string of singles in recent years. She last appeared on "For You" for the 50 Shades Freed soundtrack with Liam Payne, and released "Your Song" and "Anywhere" — her first singles in two years — in 2017.

"Girls" is set to arrive May 11.

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