Florida Georgia Line's newly released collaboration with Jason Derulo is an homage to women everywhere.

Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley teamed with Derulo, David Garcia and Josh Miller to write "Women," whose lyrics are a straightforward celebration of how women impact their lives.

"Women, God-given women / The reason we're livin' and lovin' this life / Women, beautiful women / We're all better off with them right by our side," they sing over the backdrop of a piano-driven ballad. The result is a majestic-sounding, yet still fresh blend of pop and country elements that's not quite like anything else they've done yet.

The duo are thrilled with the collaboration, which is one of the new songs on their forthcoming album, Can't Say I Ain't Country.

"It was such an honor to have Jason Derulo on this one," FGL write on Twitter. "It's a song that just puts women on a platform like they so deserve. 'Women' is a tribute to all the women out there ... We wouldn't be here without them."

"Writing 'Women' with @floridageorgialine was one of those days I'll never forget," Derulo adds via Twitter. "This one is a celebration of every mother, daughter, sister and lover that make our lives worth living. Where would we be without the women in our lives???"

"Women" marks the duo's second studio collaboration with Derulo. They previously worked with him on a remix of their collaboration with Luke Bryan on "This Is How We Roll."

Can't Say I Ain't Country is currently available for pre-order. FGL are set to hit the road on their Can't Say I Ain't Country Tour in June.

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