Michelle Obama features Kelly Clarkson, Missy Elliot in new song

Michelle Obama has a new anthem for female empowerment, and she’s enlisted the help of a few kickass female pop stars and hip-hop artists to help get her message across.

The song, “This Is for My Girls,” is a rallying cry for the first lady’s Let Girls Learn initiative, which aims to break down the barriers that prevent 62 million girls from receiving an education worldwide.

The track, which features Chloe x Halle, Jadagrace, Janelle Monáe, Kelly Clarkson, Kelly Rowland, Lea Michele, Missy Elliott, and Zendaya, dropped on the airwaves Tuesday.

It’ll also be available for purchase on iTunes starting at midnight. Each of these rad artists waived royalties and fees, so the proceeds from iTune sales in the U.S. go toward the Peace Corps’s Let Girls Learn Fund, a fund that helps girls access an education in 35 countries across the world.

Chloe x Halle will perform the song at SXSW on Wednesday, where the first lady will talk about the song and the Let Girls Learn initiative on a panel with “This Is for My Girls” songwriter Diane Warren, Elliott, rapper Queen Latifah, and actress Sophia Bush.

AOL MAKERS, which executive produced the song, will live stream the SXSW event at Makers.com on Wednesday at 12 p.m.

If you haven’t caught this infectious hit on the radio yet, listen to samples of the song in the clips below.