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Britney Spears “Make Me…” (The Jonathan Ross Show Performance)

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Britney Spears “Make Me…” (The Jonathan Ross Show Performance)

The world must be ready! The legendary Ms. Britney Spears is about to impact the music scene with a brand new and highly awaited new single after the flop of 2015’s “Pretty Girls”.

The new single is called “Make Me…” and was officially released exclusively on Apple Music on July 15th, as the lead single from her long awaited ninth album “Glory“, which was released on August 26th via RCA Records.

The track was written by Britney along BURNS, Joe Janiak and Gerald Gillum. It includes the guest collaboration of American rapper G-Eazy. Besides, Pop princess received Billboard Millennium Award during Billboard Music Awards on May 22nd, and also performed a medley of her hits but unfortunately not a new single.

During a recent interview with Kiss FM, G-Eazy has described his collaboration with Britney as BIG. He said:

You guys are gonna love it. You gonna eat it up. It’s big, it’s big. It’s a big record. It’ll go off in the clubs. It’ll sound good on radio

The official music video directed by Randee St. Nicholas and produced by Grant Jue was finally premiered through Vevo on August 5th. The original video filmed by David LaChapelle was scrapped.

Britney performed live for the first time the single along G-Eazy with a special new version including an interpolation with G-Eazy’s song “Me, Myself & I“ during 2016 MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday August 28th. This new version was served officially on US Pop radio the next day.

An alternate version of the music video was premiered on September 20th to support the release of her real-time app “Britney Spears: American Dream“, also unveiled the same day.

Yes, we can SCREAM now. Britney is BACK!

 

https://youtu.be/Nrvdij8ab-Y

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