From L.A. to Australia, Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea want the world to know that they're the prettiest in the business right now. This collab is practically the follow-up last year's smash hit "Fancy (feat. Charli XCX)" as it comes packed with a cute chant, bopping beat, and a chorus of "heys" in the background. As seems to be the case with every highly anticipated track, "Pretty Girls" (produced by The Invisible Men) leaked over the weekend—but that didn't kill their vibe. In fact, it even got Iggy back on Twitter for a hot second to clap back at the leakers and gush about being a Britney fangirl.
Britney has really been hyping up the track—she even teamed up with Uber L.A. and had her own custom Britney-branded, yellow bumble bee printed SUVs playing the song for lucky riders. Last month, the two were spotted filming the music video out on Ventura Boulevard in California, which drops on May 11. Billboard reports that it's "a homage to the '80s sci-fi cult classic Earth Girls Are Easy."
You could say that "Pretty Girls" is an empowering song in some regard, as Brit encourages ladies to "wipe the floor with all the boys / throw the drinks, make the noise" and "jump the line to the front / do what we like, get what we want". She and Iggy even ask the big and important questions like, "Is it true that Men are from Mars?" May the fourth be lit, y'all.