Christina Aguilera is known for having one of the best voices in the music industry. She has shown this throughout her career, which spans more than two decades. Demi Lovato has made a name for herself coming from Disney and maturing into a woman who advocates for mental health and equal rights for all. Both women are vocal powerhouses and encourage female empowerment through their music. "Fall in Line" is a duet sung by Aguilera and Lovato, and will be featured on Aguilera's new album "Liberation." The album is set to be released on June 15, the first album from Aguilera in six years.

Women's rights

"Fall In Line" tackles issues many women face. It reminds women that they are in control of their minds, souls, and bodies. No woman should ever do something because a man granted her permission or allowed it, because she doesn't need his permission. Aguilera and Lovato sing about how they are trailblazers and want to pave a new way for women to stand their ground. Women are smart and strong, and they should not be silenced.

The lyric video is raw, showing words plastered over women's bodies, as well as scenic city views.

#MeToo era

The track is an anthem for the #MeToo movement. It's a powerful reminder that you do not owe anyone anything, especially when it comes to your body and your rights.

Aguilera sings, "you are not beholden / you do not owe them your body and your soul."

According to Rolling Stone, the song is a "midtempo track inspiring female empowerment." The song is aimed at young girls, in hopes that they will grow up to be powerful women who love and believe in themselves.

The song concludes with Aguilera and Lovato ad-libbing effortless runs over a man's voice asking who allowed them to think freely.

According to Billboard, Aguilera and Lovato "soar above his noise to jointly pledge to never fall in line." The layering here is extremely effective in showcasing how women are a force to be reckoned with and are not obligated to stay quiet.

Aguilera and Lovato have had many similar experiences, which they both share through their songwriting.

They both grew up with abusive fathers, struggled with body image issues, and are more than capable of hitting some pretty high, sustained notes. Their collaboration is an inspiration in and of itself, a call for women to continue to stand up for themselves and speak their minds.

The duo are set to perform "Fall in Line" live for the first time at the Billboard Music Awards on May 20, 2018.