Britney Spears isn't messing around. Not even a week after the debut of her much-anticipated music video for "Hold It Against Me," the first single off of her upcoming album Femme Fatale, a 20-second clip of "I Wanna Go" has been released to the World Wide Internet and all of its Britney fans. Britney Spears' longtime producer Dr. Luke tweeted a snippet of "I Wanna Go" late last night, and it's already been played one bajillion times. Not really, but close.
"I Wanna Go" was produced by Max Martin and Shellback, who paired up before with Britney Spears for "3" and "If You Seek Amy." "I Wanna Go" is a bass-heavy dance track that seems to be missing the Dubstep vibe of "Hold It Against Me." An Auto-Tuned Britney sings over the track, "I wanna go-go-go, all the way-way-way..." Hey, it's 20 seconds. That's all you get.
We're wondering how many more teasers are headed our way before the March 29 release of Femme Fatale. Britney Spears seems to be big on teasers, in case you guys didn't notice the 500 "Hold It Against Me" previews. But we're not complaining. Bring 'em on, Brit!
+ Listen to a snippet of Britney Spears' "I Wanna Go."