"Can you tell you want me by the way I see you staring across the room," Britney Spears tells a lover on new her single, "Make Me," a slinky ballad featuring a guest verse from emerging rapper G-Eazy. The BURNS-produced track previews Spears' upcoming, as-yet-untitled ninth LP.
"I just want you to make me move like it ain't a choice for you, like you got a job to do," Spears sings over raw guitar riffs and bubbling synths. In his brief verse, G-Eazy raps that he's "always wanted what was off-limits" and cautions, "I can tell that you're a dangerous woman."
On Wednesdsay, Spears teased a sample of another new track, "Private Show," in an ad for her new fragrance of the same name. Her last official single was 2015's "Pretty Girls," featuring Iggy Azalea.
Late last year, Spears began referencing sessions for her next LP. "Working hard and hardly working … new album …wheeeee!" she tweeted in November, along with a studio picture. Her last studio album, 2013's Britney Jean, featured singles like "Work Bitch," "Alien" and "Perfume."