This should be a very easy answer for those who know the distribution. Lately, I am dealing a lot with the following distribution:

$\rho\left(x|u,s,p\right)=\frac{x^{pu-1}p}{s^{u}\Gamma\left(u\right)}\exp\left(-\frac{x^{p}}{s}\right)$

It is obtained by raising a gamma distributed random variable with shape $u$ and scale $s$ to the power $\frac{1}{p}$ ($p>0$). The resulting distribution is a generalization of the $\chi$-distribution (for $p=2$ and $u=\frac{n}{p}$) or, for arbitrary $p>0$, the generalization of the radial distribution of a multivariate $p$-generalized Normal (for $u=\frac{n}{p}$).

My question is: Is there an "official" name for that distribution?