The artwork of the remixed song has 'too much fierceness' with Britney, Nicki Minaj and Ke$ha being put together.
Britney Spears has dropped an official artwork for her "Till the World Ends" remix which features Nicki Minaj and Ke$ha. The cover art, boasting an image of the three female artists, was unleashed on the day the revamped track was streamed on their official websites. It was posted on Britney's Twitter with caption, "Too much fierceness for one cover! Thanks for lending your voices girls..."
In the remix which leaked last week, Minaj adds some new lines, while Ke$ha who co-wrote the song with Dr. Luke tackles some portions of the original lyrics. "Chimpanzees is hatin', but I take it all in stride/ Put her in a jungle with bananas on the side/ Told you they'd revive your career, but somebody lied/ I ain't talkin' poultry when I say this chicken's fried," the femcee kicks in.
Beside getting together for the remix, Britney and Minaj are set to hit the road together with the latter serving as a special guest for the former. As for Ke$ha, although the "Tik Tok" hitmaker will not join them in the summer tour, she has a never-before-heard collaboration with Minaj coming out soon.
On her Twitter, Ke$ha posted, "Just saw @NICKIMINAJ superrrr bassssss vid bahaahahaaha AMAZING!! can't wait for you to hear the remix we [did]." It seemed that the info about the "Super Bass" remix was accidental because she quickly deleted it later on.
Minaj is going to premiere her "Super Bass" music video on BET's "106 & Park" on Wednesday, April 27. A sneak peek to the Sanaa Hamri-directed clip has previously been released, seeing her in a skintight pink bodysuit as she rides an ice-made motorcycle.