The music Britney Spears is working with the BEP star is promised to be irresistible, and the Jonas Akerlund-directed video is previewed in another short footage.
One of Britney Spears' featured guests in her new album is unveiled. She has hooked up with will.i.am in studio for a hit single, and she happily breaks the news to her fans. "In the studio with @iamwill...you guys are gonna love this one," so she tweeted of her session with the Black Eyed Peas member.
Almost at the same time, Britney releases a fifth teaser of her forthcoming music video directed by Jonas Akerlund to support her first single "Hold It Against Me". It features a brief glimpse of the 29-year-old pop singer with her male backing dancers under the set of bright lights.
The music video is confirmed to make its way out for fans' viewing pleasure on February 17 on MTV right before a new episode of "Jersey Shore". It's described as "a sexy, edgy dance piece" which shows Britney at her "peak form and ability."
The album "Femme Fatale", in which the song will appear, is now slated to come out in the United States on March 29, two weeks later than the premiere date mentioned on the Jive Records' leaked one-sheet. The CD is "a tribute to bold, empowered, confident, elusive, fun, flirty women and men."