Florida Georgia Line's fourth studio album adds another cross-genre collaboration to their repertoire. On Friday (Feb. 1), the country duo shared "Women," their new song with pop artist Jason Derulo; readers can press play above to hear it.

Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, as well as Derulo, co-wrote "Women" with David Garcia and Josh Miller. A piano ballad with a backbeat, the song celebrates the female figures in the three men's 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."

"It was such an honor to have Jason Derulo on this one," Florida Georgia Line say 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."

"Women" is one of three collaborations on Can't Say I Ain't Country, Florida Georgia Line's forthcoming fourth studio album. In addition to Derulo, the project features Jason Aldean on a song called "Can't Hide Red," and a song called "Y'all Boys" featuring songwriter-artist Hardy. The record is due out on Feb. 15.

Florida Georgia Line spent December performing at a residency in Las Vegas, Nev. On June 13, they'll begin their Can't Say I Ain't Country Tour in Rogers, Ark. The pair will hit 36 cities before concluding the tour on Sept. 28 in Irvine, Calif. Dan + Shay and Morgan Wallen will be on the road with Florida Georgia Line throughout the summer; Canaan Smith and Hardy will join for select shows as well.

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