You won't need to light any vanilla candles to enjoy Britney's upcoming single.
Last week, a clip heard in the background of a SnapChat video taken from what appeared to be a dance studio rehearsal lead the Britney Army to believe they mistakenly and prematurely heard a snippet of Britney's new single. The song in question was mellow, pretty and a far departure from the usual beat-heavy dance track Brit typically drops first. It ended up getting pulled off the Internet, but a source tells BreatheHeavy that clip was absolutely not "Make Me."
"It's a little melodic, a little more not so poppy," Brit said last week of what will be her ninth studio album. "It's kind of chill. Very chill."
Our source added her lead single featuring rapper G-Eazy IS "chill," but still "bouncy and sexy."
In other words: Britney is not releasing a slow jam first like we suspected.
Day one: ✔️ pic.twitter.com/UVGcVkkBUm
— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) June 3, 2016
This makes more sense, considering footage of Britney's dancers grinding on construction machinery during the video shoot leaked. Britney was seen sitting on the lap of the driver in that scene. That didn't feel very "chill" to us.
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