Britney Spears Debuts 'Work B**ch' Following a Leak

Britney Spears Debuts 'Work B**ch' Following a Leak

The 'Toxic' singer decides to officially debut the track, in which she tells people to work in order to get what they want, after learning that a low quality version of the song surfaces online.

Britney Spears' "Work B**ch" was supposed to be premiered worldwide on Monday, September 16. However, Spears was forced to officially debut the highly-anticipated new single early after it leaked online.

The song leaked on early Sunday, September 15. "Woke up today and saw that a low quality version of Work B**ch had leaked :(," the 31-year-old singer expressed her disappointment on Twitter.

Spears then announced that she had decided to debut the track later that day. "The radio #WORKBxxCHPremiere is now happening at 3pm E," she tweeted. "Tune in to your local station, @iHeartRadio,or @radiodotcom to hear the REAL THING!"

Co-written by Spears and Black Eyed Peas' among others, the upbeat track features Spears telling people to work to earn everything they want. "You want a hot body? You want a Bugatti? You want a Maserati? You better work b**ch!"

"So how'd we do? Hope you all love it as much as I do?! #WORKBxxTCHPremiere," she asked her Twitter followers' opinions about the song.

She informed fans that the track would be available on iTunes on late Sunday. "Just got word that #WORKBxxCH is going to be on @iTunesMusic tonight at 12:01am ET! Who is staying up late w/ me?!" she said.

"Work B**ch" is the lead cut off Spears' upcoming new album, the follow-up to 2011's "Femme Fatale".


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    Sep 18, 2013

    The beat is fun but briteny voice has minimal cut...she can use her cute voice more and kill the vibe better...its fun but she can do lot better than this

    Reality Check
    Sep 16, 2013

    You better work McDonalds after hearing that piece of junk. I had to stop it a the break, it was that bad.

    Sep 16, 2013

    garbitch und herring

    Buck Fugly
    Sep 16, 2013

    So a pop star finally decides to encourage self-fulfillment through hard work, but says it like a pimp shouts at a hooker? I understand her confusion, considering the source.

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