This new pop anthem is in tune with the women’s movement.

Maroon 5’s new single, “Girls Like You,” features a hip-hop collaboration with “it”-girl rapper Cardi B and appearances by nearly two dozen famously influential females and all-around role models, including gymnast Aly Raisman, “Wonder Woman” actress Gal Gadot and immigration activist Angy Rivera.

Lead singer Adam Levine serenades on a revolving stage with appearances by 25 well-known ladies including “Stranger Things” star Millie Bobby Brown, Jennifer Lopez, Mary J. Blige and Ellen Degeneres, to name a few, who are dancing and singing around him.

Levine sings about his admiration for a special someone and wanting to spend more time with them with lyrics like “Spent 24 hours/I need more hours with you,” and “I need a girl like you.” The 39-year-old singer and songwriter showed his gratitude on social media to the leading ladies who participated in the video.

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“Thank you so much to everyone involved with this very special project; honored to share this with you all,” Levine tweeted out Thursday with a link to the music video.

While the starpower is strong, the band also highlighted inspirational women like Ilhan Omar, the first Somali-American lawmaker in the United States, who was elected into the Minnesota House Representatives in 2016, and Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, founder and editor of MuslimGirl.com, an online magazine for Muslim women. Then there’s Jackie Fielder, who played a major role in the Dakota Access Pipeline resistance effort.

Raisman, the 24-year-old two-time Olympic gymnast who spoke out about her alleged sexual abuse by disgraced former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, wears her activism quite literally with a T-shirt that reads “Always speak your truth” as she appears alongside Levine.

“How can you not be all smiles when you’re asked to be a part of @Maroon5 music video?? @Adamlevine lucky to call you a friend. Thank you so much for making that day so fun. I wish we could do it all over again!” Raisman tweeted.

Athletes like Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim and soccer player Alex Morgan also made cameos.

And leave it to hip-hop sensation and new-mom-to-be Cardi B to lend her lyrical genius, rapping: “I’m sure them other girls were nice enough/But you need someone to spice it up/So who you gonna call? Cardi, Cardi/Come and rev it up like a Harley, Harley/Why is the best fruit always forbidden/I’m coming to you now doin’ 20 over the limit.”

The Bronx native shared a clip with her fans on Instagram with the caption: “I f—king love this song and the video is soo inspiring!!!”