If you thought now that summer is coming to an end, record labels won't supply you with club bangers any more, fear not, because here comes the legendary Britney Spears to make your day. The 31-year-old pop star saw her new single "Work Bitch" leaked today (September 15), one day ahead of its announced radio release. Of course, Brit Brit's team reacted to it and sent the song to radios rather immediately as well as uploading an 'audio video' on YouTube/VEVO. Listen to "Work Bitch", and read our review just below.
Is "Work Bitch" the new motivational anthem of our generation?. Hell yeah! Whether you're depressed at home, on your way to work, at the gym, or letting yourself go in a club, Britney Spears' new single is the perfect the song for you. It will get you pumped up right away.
"Work Bitch" is produced and penned by will.i.am, Sebastian Ingrosso, Antony Preston, DJ Otto Jettman, Ruth-Anne Cunningham, and Britney herself. You can tell will.i.am was behind this 'cause "Work Bitch" is like "Scream & Shout Part 2". The track is trance, pop, spacey, fist-pumping, massive, loud, infecious, catchy, and I could keep going with the adjectives. Britney's trademark singing, and the return of her British accent, complete the amazingness of "Work Bitch". I forsee a great run on iTunes, radio slayage, a Top 5 peak on the Hot 100, and a quick VEVO certification for the upcoming "Work Bitch" music video. Britney shot it in Malibu with Ben Hor sitting on the director's chat.
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