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Rita Ora Joins Forces With Cardi B, Charli XCX And Bebe Rexha For New Single 'Girls'



Rita Ora teams up with Cardi B, Charli XCX, and Bebe Rexha on the song "Girls." The female anthem is part of Ora's album.

On her Twitter account, the British singer shared the news with her millions of fans and said that the track will be available on May 11.

"These past few years I've been so inspired by all the strong women I've seen who aren't afraid to be themselves. For those who aren't afraid to rule the world, this is our anthem. A celebration of love. And of course, thank you to all the fellow boss women who so kindly graced this song with me — each representing who they are and where they are from. I hope you dance your socks off with us," said Ora.

Bebe Rexha, Charli XCX Release Statement About 'Girls'

Rexha also shared the news about her collaboration with the other female artists on her social media account. She said that she is very proud of "Girls" because it is a song that champions female empowerment.

Charli XCX detailed how Ora asked her to take part in her latest single. She said that when the Fifty Shades of Grey actress asked her to sing some verses, she immediately agreed. The 25-year-old British singer and songwriter also gushed over Ora and called her a genuine person and a true friend.

The "Boom Clap" singer could not also believe that she recorded a song with Cardi B. As a huge fan of the "Bodak Yellow" singer, Charli XCX vowed to throw a party on the day that "Girls" will be released.

Rita Ora Remembers Avicii

In related news, Ora recently performed in The Netherlands after taking the Coachella stage weeks ago. While there, the singer broke down into tears while talking about her good friend Avicii. The Swedish DJ passed away last month due to an apparent suicide. He was 28.

Prior to singing their collaboration together, Ora told the audiences that recording "Lonely Together" with Avicii changed her life.

"It's gonna be hard for me to sing this next song and I'll tell you why. I had the honor of collaborating with someone who changed my life and he was a really good friend of mine. I heard some DJs playing some of his music earlier, and I haven't sung his song that we did together ever since he passed away, until today..." said Ora.

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