Cierra Ramirez has shared her new single “Bad Boys.”

The 23-year-old multi-hyphenate's Caribbean-infused record is a warm welcome, and she has plans to release its official music video in the upcoming weeks. The track takes cues from Mase’s “Feel So Good” and Miami Sound Machine’s “Bad Boy,” but, according to Ramirez, the main inspiration came from the 1990 Johnny Depp film Cry Baby.

“I’m very inspired by films so when I was first working on 'Bad Boys,' I instantly thought of one of my favorite movies Cry Baby which is about the love between two people who shouldn’t be together based on what society says is acceptable,” Ramirez told Complex. “I feel that the pressure of living up to other peoples expectations and playing it safe in life goes out the window when someone intensely interesting comes into the picture. You know in your heart that you should probably end up with the nice guy, but that bad boy is so much more exciting and brings color into your life like nobody else. That's the essence of the song.”

Check out "Bad Boys" below and grab it on iTunes here.

Ramirez will voice the character of Miss America for the upcoming Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors animated movie, which will air Sunday on the Disney and Disney XD channels. She’s also starring in and co-producing the Good Trouble TV series, a spinoff of Freeform’s The Fosters.