Just days after a snippet of Miley Cyrus and Britney Spears' "SMS (Bangerz)" leaked, a full version of the track hit the web. Arriving in a low-quality form, the upbeat track features a sample of Salt-N-Pepa's 1987 hit, "Push It".
The song opens with Cyrus rapping, "All the way in the back with a tree on my lap/ All the boys like to ask me, what you doing with that?/ You say you love me, I ain't falling with that/ You ask me how I keep a man, I keep a better repack." Spears's vocal then appears on the refrain.
"SMS (Bangerz)" was reportedly co-written by Cyrus, Sean Garrett, Mike WiLL Made It and Marquel Middlebrooks. It will be featured on "Bangerz", Cyrus' new album which is set to arrive on October 8 via RCA.
The album will also include Cyrus' collaborations with Nelly, Future, Big Sean, French Montana and Ludacris. The follow-up to 2010's "Can't Be Tamed" is produced by Pharrell Williams, Mike WiLL and Garret among others.
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Cyrus said that she had listened to the whole record "20,000 times to make sure it's perfect." She also compared her upcoming album to Michael Jackson's "Bad". "There are albums that people still are listening to, like Michael Jackson's 'Bad', because it's so f**king dope. I want people to listen to my album like that," she said.