Remember that feeling when you heard Beyoncé's hit single 'Who Run The World (Girls)' back in 2011? You felt like you wanted to gather your female friends, walk down the middle of a street, break into a dance sequence, and roll around in sand in an abandoned car park, right?
Well, prepare to have equally empowering goosebumps because Kesha just released an absolute belter of a song and you're going to want to add it to your ever-growing 'Friday Feels' playlist.
Speaking at a listening party in London recently, the singer said that new single 'Woman' from her up-coming album Rainbow was a direct response to the 'grab 'em by the pussy comment' Donald Trump made in 2005.
'That made me so infuriated, as a hardcore feminist,' she said.
'Ever since I was a kid and knew what a feminist was, I was a feminist. (I was) raised by a feminist. Once I heard that (comment) I was like, okay, well, I'm going to write this song about being a badass motherf*cking woman who you don't want to f*ck with,' she added.
And, from the sounds of it, the 30-year-old isn't messing around when it comes to wanting to empower women to embrace their independence.
The chorus reads: 'I'm a motherf*cking woman, baby all right, I don't need a man to be holding me too tight, I'm a motherf*cking woman, I'm just having fun with my ladies here tonight…I'm a motherf*cker.'
In an essay for Rolling Stone, the artist recently revealed: 'I just really f*cking love being a woman and I wanted an anthem for anyone else who wants to yell about being self-sufficient and strong.'
'I wanted this song to capture that organic, raw, soulful sound and keep the imperfect moments in the recordings,' she added.
Kesha's inspiring song comes months after a New York judge rejected her wish to amend her lawsuit against music producer Dr Luke, after she brought a case against him in October 2014 for sexual assault and abuse. He subsequently sued her for defamation and a breach of contract, according to Billboard.
In the years since, the Californian singer has been admitted to rehab and gained the support of numerous music insiders such as Adele and Lady Gaga.
We're glad to see you back, Kesha, and sounding better than ever
Rainbow is out 11 August.