Check out Britney Spears Instagram post about "Make Me" with G-Eazy below. She told her 46.4m followers: "This is an incredible feeling". Britney released some new music today, and I'm going to be honest, it's pretty good. It will be her first album since 2013's Britney Jean.
Previously talking about Spears, Tranter said: "Nobody ever talks about Britney as a writer and she's f**king great, like insane,".
Britney is back to her breathy best on the single, which features lyrics such as: "No rules, From the butt of the auto, 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".
Spears teased a different new song, "Private Show" on social media on Monday in a new ad for her fragrance of the same name.
The r'n'b-inspired single sways from Spears' typical light-hearted pop, a refreshing change for many fans that will hopefully lead to a more positive reaction than that for her last album.
Burns crafted a lush, down-tempo bedroom number that largely eschews the Vocoder and Auto-Tune effects that have dotted her most recent work.
Touted as being Britney's "comeback single" from her well-publicized problems in 2007, this bouncy kiss-off track dedicated to a lover with wandering eyes (and other body parts) probably wasn't the strongest show of her talents. Her second look is covered in crystals just like her iconic one from the "Toxic" music video. "Very chill." We have to call BS, because there is absolutely nothing chill about "Make Me", and we can not be responsible for our actions if it ever comes on in public.