As fans get closer to the March 29 release of Britney Spears' latest album, Femme Fatale, more teasers of tracks off the Dr. Luke/Max Martin executive-produced album are hitting the Web.
On Tuesday (February 22), Spears tweeted a link to a 29-second clip of "I Wanna Go," calling Martin "amazing." The song kicks off with a thumping beat, as the melody plays lightly over it. Brit's staccato vocals — "I wanna go-o-o all the way-ay-ay" — enter as the teaser fades out.
The song was co-produced and written by Shellback, who recently worked with Spears on "If U Seek Amy" and "3." He also hooked up with Usher for "DJ Got Us Fallin' in Love," Robyn on "Time Machine" and Avril Lavigne for "What The Hell."
Thus far, all the tracks Spears has revealed in anticipation of the release of Femme Fatale have been club bangers. Last week, she released the dark, sleek video for her lead single, "Hold It Against Me," and days later, she teased her next single, "Inside Out."
"In my opinion, this is her strongest album ever," her manager, Larry Rudolph, told MTV News about the March 29 release. "It's somewhat of a departure from what she's done. It's more mature. It's more of a dance record."
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