Official Snippet of Britney and will.i.am's Duet 'Big Fat Bass'


Official Snippet of Britney and will.i.am's Duet 'Big Fat Bass'
Featuring uplifting beat, the new collaborative song celebrates 'an important element to club dance music.'


After Dr. Luke teased three of Britney Spears' new songs, now it's will.i.am's turn to preview the song he works with the pop singer. The Black Eyed Peas drops a sneak peek to a dance track called "The Big Fat Bass" on his Dipdive blog.

He wrote, "This is a taste. This is the intro. The bass is an important element to club dance music. This song celebrates bass. Thank you Britney for collaborating it was a pleasure working with you. Thank you for trusting my instincts. You're a doll."

"I look forward on working with you again...It's an honor because you rarely do collaboration...I'm your second...I'm glad you like the big fat bass...I did this little art my self on my mac...I made it on the plane from japan to L.A...I hope your Britney army likes it as much as we do," he continued.

"The Big Fat Bass" is recorded for Britney's new album "Femme Fatale" which is coming out in the U.S. on March 29. She's going to celebrate the album release with special performance on "Good Morning America".



© AceShowbiz.com


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