Maroon 5 has been in the music business for two decades now. They have released what could be considered to be an epic tune. On May 30 the musical group released "Girls Like You" featuring Cardi B and showcases inspirational women from start to finish.

This latest single is part of the group's sixth studio album titled "Red Pill Blues." What is different about this chart-topper is that features Cardi B and lots of other women who are successful in their respective careers.

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Maroon 5's single shows frontman, Adam Levine, providing the vocals. According to Variety, Levine performs the vocals to the song and a camera circles around him. In addition, it shows female stars by his side and which change when it completes a circle, revealing a new face with each turn.

Who are the women featured in the video clip?

When you watch the music video, the chances are you will recognize some of the familiar faces. The video opens with singer Camilla Cabello, comedian Phoebe Robinson, two-time Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman, standup comedian Sarah Silverman and others.

Afterward, you have the high-flying princess of the Amazons known as Wonder Woman, Gal Gadot, celebrity YouTuber Lilly Singh, Entrepreneur Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, and "Stranger Things" actress Millie Bobby Brown, and so on.

If you were going to include powerful and well-known women you had to include Ellen DeGeneres and Jennifer Lopez. Then too, powerhouse R&B singer Marie J. Blige and Ilhan Omar, the first Somali-American Muslim legislator in the Minnesota House of Representatives.

So what do most of the women have in common? For starters, they are famous and have achieved or pioneered in many ways. What they all do is sing and dance along to the song. It is an ambitious project to compile this amazing group of women into one single video clip. The message is clear that women are powerful and Maroon 5's vocalist Levine needs "Girls Like You."

Cardi B does a solo performance in this smash hit single

In this particular collaboration, Levine and Cardi B do not share the vocals. Cardi makes an appearance around minute 2:52 and raps a solo verse wearing a yellow ensemble.

Whether it was for artistic purposes or not, Maroon 5 has taken a stance in favor of empowering women. The women who appeared in this trending song is a testament to how times are indeed changing.

Towards the end of the video, something amazing is revealed. Levine's wife, Behati Prinsloo, and their daughter Dusty Rose, are shown embracing each other. Finally, the camera in the final seconds shows all of the women featured in the video standing together in a circle.