Ally Brooke is counting on some of the most talented women in music for her debut album.

"GUYS. I've had the most amazing few days. I've had an ALL FEMALE camp with me in the studio," the Fifth Harmony member wrote in a promising update about her upcoming record on social media Friday (September 28). "FEMALE engineers. FEMALE producers. FEMALE songwriters."

"A diverse group of phenomenal, talented women!!!! Together we have been writing and creating amazing music. Sharing our hearts and instantly becoming friends," she added. "Been pouring out my soul in such a safe, beautiful environment. It's been powerful. I can't wait for y'all to heart."

The 25-year-old went on to sent a shout-out to all the incredible women who make music as great as it is and encouraged that the "industry should do more of that" because, obviously, "Female energy is the best."

The statement if the latest update on Brooke's hopeful solo career, which is already launching off to a great start after she gave fans a taste of her blazing, Spanish-language banger "Vámonos" at Liverpool's Fusion Fest earlier this month.

Check out a clip from her performance, below:

Naturally, fans couldn't get enough of the up-tempo jam, her first standalone effort since signing to Atlantic Records/Latium Artists in August. In the past, Brooke has also appeared as a featured artist on DJ Topic's "Perfect" and Lost Kings' "Look At Us Now".

Details are slim, but it's said Brooke is expected to release new music sometime this fall.