We're leaving Barbie Girl's iconic Europop sound in 1997 where it belongs (just kidding, we'll always love you Aqua), with edgy new pop act Ava Max giving the karaoke favourite a 2018 update.
Not Your Barbie Girl samples the original pretty heavily - including the song's chorus melody - but gives it a fresher trap pop spin with reworked verses, a Nicki Minaj-like flow and lyrics like "I am plastic, call me classic / You can't touch me there, you can't touch my body / Unless I say so, ain't ya barbie no".
We're digging its new feminist spin because despite our nostalgic love of the original banger, its lyrics don't really stand up in our current #MeToo climate.
And if you're not well acquainted with Ava Max, she's a Virginia-born, LA-based artist dishing out club pop tracks like My Way, Clap Your Hands with Le Youth and Into Your Arms with Witt Lowry. She's also bringing the assymetrical 'do back!