Britney Spears has just released her first new music since last summer’s collaboration with Iggy Azalea, “Pretty Girls”.
Titled “Make Me”, the new track features rapper G-Eazy and is the first single from her upcoming ninth studio album, a followup to 2013’s “Britney Jean”.
“I just want you to make me move like it ain’t a choice for you, like you got a job to do,” sings Spears on the single. “Just want you to raise my roof, something sensational. And make me ooh, ooh, ooh.”
If you feel like going “Ooh, ooh, ooh,” then head to iTunes, where you can give “Make Me” a spin.
Spears also released the artwork for the single, featuring her toned, tan bod clad in nothing but a strategically placed sheet and thigh-high boots:
Even though the track was only released a few hours ago, it’s already skyrocketed to #1 on the U.S. iTunes charts, beating out new singles from Justin Timberlake, Calvin Harris and Katy Perry’s just-released “Rise”. Upon learning she’d hit #1, Spears sent her fans a Twitter shout-out:
Earlier this week, the “Hit Me Baby One More Time” singer unveiled another new song off the upcoming album, “Private Show”, in a TV commercial for her new fragrance — which, not coincidentally, is also titled Private Show. Watch: