An official artwork for Britney Spears' soon-to-be-released single "Hold It Against Me" has been unveiled, featuring a close-up look at the pop singer. At the same time, a demo for the much-anticipated song pops up on the web, giving a clue of what to expect from the "Circus" hitmaker.
It's a club-ready track with infectious beat. "If u think that's good, wait til you hear the real one Tuesday," Britney tweeted after learning that the demo has leaked. Ryan Seacrest who is one of the few people who got the first listen to her final studio version hyped it even more, "WOW. The demo doesn't even compare!"
The "American Idol" host added that "Spears has been rehearsing choreography for the video for a month now, and will shoot in two weeks." On top of that, he got the privilege to listen to another Britney fresh material titled "I I I Wanna Go", and described it as "another powerhouse single from the new album."
Counting down to the single release, Jive Records is "customizing a web widget for radio stations to 'unlock' her single when 2 million fans share to their Facebook pages starting Monday, January 10th." More details about the campaign and how it will work can be found on the press release.
Two months later, Britney is expected to release her next studio effort which includes "Hold It Against Me". She reportedly worked with Dr. Luke, Max Martin, Alex da Kid, Danja, Xenomania and Darkchild among other certified producers.