After disappearing from the media for several years, Canadian singer Avril Lavigne is finally making a comeback Avril Lavigne just dropped a new single called "Dumb Blonde" and people are absolutely loving it. The pop song is a collaboration with Nicki Minaj and challenges stereotypes of "dumb blondes".\nREAD ALSO: Avril Lavigne Is Back And Reveals The Horrible Details Of Her Life During Her 5-Year Break\n"Dumb Blonde" was just released earlier today on Tuesday, February 12 and is one of the songs from the singer's new upcoming album, Head Above Water. Two other singles have already been released from the album – "Head Above Water" and "Tell Me It’s Over".\nREAD ALSO: The Canadian 'Fiji Water Girl' Is Now Getting Countersued By Fiji And The Legal Drama Continues\nThe song is a power pop anthem that aims to challenge sexist, "dumb blonde" stereotypes. In the single, Avril Lavigne sings lines such as, "I ain’t no dumb blonde/I ain’t no stupid Barbie doll/I got my game on/You gon' watch me, watch me, watch me prove you wrong".\nNicki Minaj even lends her fierce rapping skills in the song. Before the single dropped, she announced that she has been a longtime fan of Avril Lavigne. "If you know me, you know how long I’ve been a fan of hers," she wrote in an Instagram post about the song. "You couldn’t tell me I wasn’t hittin EVERY note on 'I’m with you' in the shower."\n@nickiminajembedded via\nYou can listen to the full song on Youtube now. Check it out below!\nSince the single dropped today, people haven't stopped raving about it. Fans are saying that they're totally obsessed with the song, and have taken to social media to profess their love for "Dumb Blonde" and Canadian singer, herself.\nCheck out what they had to say below! Many people are saying that the queen of pop is back.\nTHE QUEEN OF POP-ROCK IS BACKKKK YASSSS\n— ˗ˏˋmichelleˎˊ˗ -9 (@perrysevolution) February 12, 2019\nYASSS QUEENS!! IT’S SUCH AN ANTHEM I REALLLLYYYY LOVE IT! 💖💖💖💗💗💗💗💗\n— Avril Updates (@AvrilLavigneSay) February 12, 2019\nOMG QUEENNNN ITS AWESOMEEEEE LOVIMG THIS BOP ALREADY\n— Avril Lavigne Daily (@iHearttAvril) February 12, 2019\nYessss loved your music since I was 15 I’m now 32 and still love it!!! Thanks x\n— Gem (@jrobngem) February 12, 2019\n.@AvrilLavigne you and .@NICKIMINAJ with this song! THANK YOUUUU!! Ugh Ugh Love it so much! pic.twitter.com/Ygqx3I7DB5\n— Avril Fanclub India🏳️🌈 (@ALFCLINDIA) February 12, 2019\nOBSESSED ALREADY! The song has the hit-making hook. COMEBACK OF THE YEAR! 💖🍭 So proud of you queens @NICKIMINAJ\n— AvrilSweden 🍭 (@AvrilSweden) February 12, 2019\nTHE QUEEN IS BACK\n— moon -12 (ex @boludaxashton) (@emergencyash) February 12, 2019\navril lavigne on her way to save the pop music industry pic.twitter.com/n3gA6YTpGK\n— anto (@7lip7) February 11, 2019\nAVRIL LAVIGNE IS REALLY COME BACK BITCH #DumbBlonde pic.twitter.com/gIlD9Hyh9v\n— dilek 🕊 (@inflameswoods) February 12, 2019\nPeople are also saying that the song reminds them of Avril Lavigne's music circa the 2000s and they are seriously loving it.\nThis is soo refreshing, reminds me of the 2000s 💁🏽♀️ 💗💁♀️#DumbBlonde pic.twitter.com/yah3Rq6iil\n— Alonzo (@iam_alonzo_) February 12, 2019\nIt reminds me of the Avril Lavigne 2005!\n— Fitcoach_S (@NUTRINESS) February 12, 2019\nI LOVED THIS! remember me the best damn thing era 😍🥰\n— NO DUMB BLONDE (@raullopes) February 12, 2019\nPeople also love the empowering message behind her song.\nqueen of meaningful lyrics\n— seth (@oncexlaer) February 12, 2019\nit has such a powerful message! thank u💕 i love u forever\n— cici 3 (@sabrinasbay) February 12, 2019\nPREACH!!!! THE LYRICS ARE EVERYTHING ALSO THE BEAT SO ADDICTIVE!! NICKI NAILED HER PART #DumbBlonde\n— Andressa Corradi (@dessacorradi) February 12, 2019\nYES i've always felt underestimated and like no one takes me seriously. Another song by Avril that just makes me go "she understands me" 💖\n— Can't take the sky from me (@RenegadeRowan) February 12, 2019\nHead Above Water will mark Avril Lavigne's first album in six years. For the past few years, the singer has been battling Lyme disease, which she sings about in the album and is the inspiration for her title track, "Head Above Water". \nThe full album will drop this Friday, and until then, you can just keep listening to "Dumb Blonde" on replay.