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Britney Spears pleasures with new track
A new Britney Spears track, 'Pleasure You', has been leaked.
The track - which is rumoured to appear on the 'Gimme More' singer's forthcoming new album - has been heard by Radaronline.com, who describe it as "about being submissive, a servant and doing whatever it takes to please her man".
The song also contains raunchy lyrics, including the line: "If you want to get rough in that lay on your back, I got the max suddenly I'll pull you through whatever just to pleasure you."
The track is said to be a departure from the dance music influenced sound which Britney has explored on her last two albums - 2007s critically well received 'Blackout' album and the following year's 'Circus' - with the track working from a more laid back, slower R 'n' B beat.
A representative for Jive records, Britney's label, said: "We are totally unaware of the song being leaked. We don't know how her song or any other artists song could have been released. We're looking into the issue."
The label also refused to confirm that Britney has been working on a new album.Posted on 25 Oct 2010 16:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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