Gwen Stefani has a new single that nods to her past.

"Let Me Reintroduce Myself" recalls the ska-punk sound of her early days with No Doubt and even references her song "Hollaback Girl" from her early days as a solo artist.

In the self-referential tune, Stefani sings, "Let me reintroduce myself / 'Cause you forgot / No I'm not records on your shelf / I'm still the original old me / So let me reintroduce myself."

The three-time Grammy winner will perform the song Monday night for the first time on NBC's "The Voice."

"This song is a way of saying I’m back with new music," Stefani said in a statement. "It’s a fun, lighthearted song, because I got inspired and hopefully to bring a little bit of joy."

"The idea was to write a song that had a bit of a nostalgic feeling to it, so I think musically it reminds you of back in the day, going back to where I started musically, which was with ska and reggae," the 51-year-old added. "I’m still the same me but here’s something a little bit new in case you feel like hearing a little bit more of me.”

This is a return to pop for Stefani, having scored two country hits with her fiancé, Blake Shelton, and released new holiday songs this year.

Listen to "Let Me Reintroduce Myself" here: