Bisexual stars Angel Haze and Sia Furler have teamed up for a new single.
The rapper and Australian singer will release ‘Battle Cry’, an empowerment anthem, on 24 February.
Explaining her discussion to work with Furler, she said she was a fan of her song ‘Breathe Me’.
‘When I was feeling suicidal, I’d go to sleep with that song,’ she said.
‘And I’d either feel like my entire world was closing in on me or, in some strange euphoric way, I was becoming stronger.’
Last year, Haze made headlines when she was forced to defend her sexuality.
Responding to people who urged her to go ‘straight’, she said: ‘No. Lol. i am whatever i am when i am it.’
Furler, the songwriter behind hits for stars like Rihanna, Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears, is known for appearing on some of the past few years’ biggest tracks.
After her appearances on David Guetta’s ‘Titanium’ and Flo Rida’s ‘Wild Ones’, she co-wrote and sang on Eminem’s ‘Beautiful Pain’.
When it was revealed Eminem had written homophobic lyrics for his new album, Furler decided to give the proceeds from working with him to the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center.
Listen to the track below: