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Britney Spears has new music and it sounds awesome!

2016-07-17 14:00
 

Los Angeles - Britney Spears has released the lead single from her eagerly-anticipated ninth studio album.

The 34-year-old pop beauty announced the first track is called Make Me and features superstar rapper G-Eazy.

Alongside a picture of the Womanizer hitmaker's single artwork - in which she is scantily dressed in white bandages - she captioned the post: "#MakeMe featuring@g_eazy on @AppleMusicbritney.lk/MakeMe (sic)."

#MakeMe featuring @g_eazy on @AppleMusic britney.lk/MakeMe

A photo posted by Britney Spears (@britneyspears) on

The track follows a saucy storyline with lyrics referring to a steamy sex session.

Britney sings: "No rules/From the butt of the car, let's take it back to my room/Igniting the heat of the woman; let the sparks fuse/Blowing up to the ceiling, we're burning bright/When we cross the line.

"I just want you to make me move like it ain't a choice for you, like you got a job to do. "Just want you to raise my roof, something sensational. And make me ... "

Listen to a snippet of the song here:

The mother of two - who has sons Jayden, nine, and Sean, 10, with her ex husband Kevin Federline - has been working on the forthcoming album, which is as-yet-untitled, for two years and admitted the delay was down to prioritising her family before her music.

She previously said: "I'm gonna do a new album slowly but surely. There's a lot going on with my kids and schools and, you know, adding new sports and stuff like that. I'm gonna try to do my best to do an amazing album, but it's not my full priority right now."

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