Britney Spears new single ‘Work B****’ leaks online ahead of release tomorrow

by Martin

Britney Spears

Britney Spears was due to release her new single ‘Work B****’ tomorrow (16th of September) but the track has managed to leak its way onto the internet.

Spears, who was recently a judge on the second season of The X Factor in the US will release the track from her forthcoming eighth studio album.

Britney Spears released her debut album …Baby One More Time back in 1999 and immediately shot to fame. Throughout her career she has worked with some of the music industries biggest names.

The 31-year old star recently shot the accompanying music video for ”Work B****” and shared images from the set with her fans.



The album which ‘Work Bitch’ will be featured on is expected to be released towards the end of 2013 but a title has yet to be announced.

Miley Cyrus spoke on Friday night during an interview with Alan Carr on Channel 4’s Chatty Man and said that a collaboration with Britney Spears was just something that had to happen:

”Well, we’ve been trying to work together and I felt like there had to be that right time, and after ‘We Can’t Stop’ came out, she called and said how much she loved the song.”

“At first she heard the song and she didn’t know it was me, and then she watched the video and just sort of fell in love with the video.”


Britney Spears has worked with, Sebastian Ingrosso, Otto Jettman, Ruth-Anna Cunningham and Anthony Preson on the new single which has been leaked ahead of tomorrow

The ‘Toxic’ star will appear on Good Morning America on Tuesday (17th of September) and is set to make a big announcement.

Have a listen to the official leak below and let us know what you think in the comments below or on Twitter and Facebook. Looking at Twitter it seems the track is getting mixed reviews so we’d love to hear what you think.




1 Comment

  1. angel hilo on September 15, 2013 at 2:00 pm

    the start is a total rip off of love struck by the southside spinners other than that an album filler track not a single 🙁

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