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Gwen Stefani And Pharrell Hope To 'Spark The Fire' Of Feminism On 'The Voice'

The song and video will officially be released on Monday.

"The Voice" doesn't just produce brand new talent, it also showcases that of its superstar judges. And the most recent collaboration to come out of the judging panel is from Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani, who will perform their new single "Spark The Fire" live on the show this Monday, December 1.

Stefani will also officially release the single and its music video on Monday. Stefani took to Instagram over the holiday weekend to announce the big news, which comes just before her new new solo album drops in December.

The song had its unofficial debut during Pharrell's set at the Odd Future Carnival when the singer/producer/doer-of-all-the-things pulled out his cell phone and played it from there and explained that the track addresses feminist issues. A sample of the lyrics: "It is time for the girl's species to grow / 2015, we take off our shell / I am a Libra, let's balance the scales."

The duo released a tease of the video on Ellen Degeneres' talk show earlier in the week:

And you can listen to the song in full right here right: