Charli XCX and Lizzo have vowed to ''save pop music'' with new single 'Blame It On Your Love'.

The 'I Love It' hitmaker and the 'Tempo' singer have announced their hotly-anticipated collaboration, which Charli teased on her social media profiles earlier this week, will be released later on Wednesday (15.05.19) and they have set expectations high with the bold claim.

Alongside a snap of the pair enjoying a drink in a swanky bar, with Lizzo holding a sign reading ''Bout 2 Save Pop Music'', Charli wrote: ''TEEHEE RT IF U AGREE BLAME IT ON YOUR LOVE FEATURING @LIZZO DROPS TOMORROW ANGELS!! (sic)''

The 26-year-old pop star later gushed about how lucky she is to work with ''so many inspiring and iconic'' artists, including the likes of Troye Sivan, Kim Petras, Carly Rae Jepsen and regular collaborator A. G. Cook.

She tweeted: ''I'm so happy I get to collab with so many inspiring & iconic artists!!! Like, @lizzobeeating is an icon!!! @troyesivan is an icon!!! @brookecandy @cupcakkeofficial @pabllovittar @carlyraejepsen @agcook404 @SOPHIEMSMSMSM @kimpetras & EVERYONE I've worked with! Omg life is good (sic)''

The 'Boom Clap' hitmaker took to Instagram to share her excitement about her Lizzo collaboration on Monday (13.05.19) and joked that her fans should ''prep [her] grave'' because she's so happy to have landed the dream gig.

Alongside a Polaroid-style picture with the sassy 'Juice' hitmaker, Charli teased: ''IMAGINE IF I MADE A SONG WITH @LIZZOBEEATING AKA THE QUEEN OF EVERYTHING - WOULD U DIE??? I WOULD DIEEEEEEEE!!! PREP MY GRAVE ASAP WE GOT A BOP COMING THIS WEEK. SPAM ME WITH LOVEEEEE ANGELS!!!! (sic)''

'Blame It On Your Love' will mark the first new music from Charli since October's '1999' featuring Troye.

Whilst Lizzo released her debut album 'Cuz I Love You' to critical acclaim last month.

Meanwhile, Charli has teamed up with her pal Troye to curate a ''new kind of pride festival'', Go West Fest in Los Angeles, which will benefit LGBTQ+ media organisation GLAAD and local charities.

The latter tweeted: ''A new kind of pride festival curated by me n @charli_xcx that celebrates the inclusivity, artistry, music, kinks, merchants, and creativity of the LGBTQ community, while really giving back to our community.''

Both of them will perform alongside a host of artists at The Wiltern on June 6.

Tickets go on sale on Friday (17.05.19) at 10am from LiveNation.com