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Britney Spears is back to her breathy best on single Make Me

Published 15/07/2016

Britney Spears
Britney Spears

Britney Spears's comeback single Make Me topped the U.S. iTunes single sales chart just hours after it dropped on Thursday night (14Jul16).

Britney Spears delighted fans on Thursday night (14Jul16) when she dropped her comeback single Make Me.

The 34-year-old singer hasn't released any new material since Pretty Girls, her collaboration with Iggy Azalea, failed to set the charts alight last May (15). But Britney didn't have that problem with Make Me, featuring rapper G-Eazy, which shot to the top of the U.S. iTunes single sales chart just hours after its release.

When Britney was informed of her success by a fan on Twitter, she replied: "This is an incredible feeling. Thank you, thank you, thank you!! #MakeMe."

Britney is back to her breathy best on the single, which features lyrics such as: "No rules, From the butt of the car, let's take it back to my room, Igniting the heat of the woman, let the sparks fuse, Blowing up to the ceiling, we're burning bright, When we cross the line."

She also shared the cover art for the single, which sees the mother-of-two showing off her incredible figure in a white crop top, skirt and thigh-high white boots.

Her ensemble features a train on the back, and Britney flicks her blonde hair to the side as she poses sexily for the shot.

Make Me is the first single from Britney's upcoming ninth studio album, which she has been working hard on for the past few months.

Speaking recently about her next record, Britney told V magazine: "It's not what you would think at all. 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. But I'm not rushing anything. I just want it to be done right, so that my fans will truly appreciate it."

Britney has also been kept busy with her Piece of Me residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, which she is set to continue until 2017.

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