Listen: Rita Ora gathers Charli XCX, Bebe Rexha & Cardi B for 'Girls' power anthem
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U.K. pop star Rita Ora released her new single "Girls" on May 10. She teams up with fellow Brit Charli XCX, singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha and breakout rapper Cardi B on the empowering track.

"Girls" is the lead single from Ora's upcoming second album in the U.K. It follows her "Fifty Shades Freed" collaboration "For You" with Liam Payne. This time around, she's doing it for the ladies with next generation pop starlets Charli XCX, Rexha and Cardi B.

Towering production, trap-lite beats and a chorus of women back Ora leading the charge with Charli XCX, Rexha and Cardi B. All the ladies flaunt their affinity for the same sex for the night. "I'm fifty-fifty and I'm never gonna hide it," Ora sings. "Sometimes I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls," she shouts on the chorus alongside Charli and Bebe. Cardi later comes through and plays Ms. Steal-Your-Girl. "Tonight, I don't want a dog / I want a kitten," she adds before letting out a hardy "Meow!" Ora and her cohorts come together on a glorious girl power anthem for the ages. They really did that with this bi-curious banger.

"Girls" is now available on iTunes and Apple Music. Ora kicks off The Girls Tour this month across the U.K. and Europe. Charli XCX is currently a special guest on Taylor Swift's Reputation Tour. Cardi B will open for Bruno Mars' 24K Magic Tour this September and October in the U.S.