Go f--king crazy, though.
Britney's second official Glory cut got a breath of fresh air with a collaboration from Tinashe, and a glossy music video from director Colin Tilley, and it culminated into the song's first official appearance on the Billboard Hot 100.
According to the data, "Slumber Party" lands at No. 86 in its first week.
— chart data (@chartdata) November 28, 2016
To put things into perspective, "Ooh La La" peaked at No. 54 and "Perfume" topped out at No. 76 both in 2013.
If you apply value to music through numbers on charts, then this debut is abysmal and won't likely climb any higher. Or if you're a general fan of Britney's music, then seeing her continue to chart nearly 20 years into her career is an astounding feat.