Britney Spears is gonna keep it simple: just love me.
On Wednesday at midnight EST, Britney will premiere a brand new Glory track titled "Clumsy" a monstrous club banger that'll remind you why Britney is the princess of pop. But before the adrenalin flows through your veins under the neon lights, let us tell you about another track that'll land on the LP: "Just Love Me."
This Glory cut is Britney channeling the sex appeal oozing throughout In The Zone, mixed with a bit Selena Gomez's Revival vibe and production similar to Justin Bieber's "What Do You Mean."
It was produced by RoboPop, who is responsible for Lana Del Rey’s “Video Games,” Kesha’s “Last Goodbye,” Jojo’s “When Love Hurts” and Maroon 5’s “Payphone" as well as Cashmere Cat, who produced songs for Kanye West and Ariana Grande. The delicious tune was co-written by Julia Micheals.
"You don't gotta say it / I knew that I'm worthy / You could ask me for a sorry / Like the calm before a storm," Britney croons. "Ask for pieces of my body / Until all of it is yours / But I'm not gonna ask you for nothing just love me, just love me / Imma keep it simple real simple just love me, just love me."
Britney even hinted at the song's existence last October.
JUST finished recording some vox. LOVE this song. It makes ME smile, and I hope it will make you smile too... #B9
— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) October 30, 2015
This is exactly what Britney meant when she said Glory was her most adult record to date.
“Honestly, I’m just particular with this record," Britney said of Glory earlier this year. "It’s my baby, and so I really want it done right. I just know that the direction I’m going in is so good. It’s the best thing I’ve done in a long time. I’m proud of the work, and it’s very different; it’s not what you would think at all."