Rejected Britney Spears song set for Har Mar Superstar album

Plus Adam Green and Boom Bip have been enlisted to help out

Rejected Britney Spears song set for Har Mar Superstar album
A song written by Britney Spears producer Greg Kurstin and Har Mar Superstar, which was pitched to the singer but rejected by her management team, is now set to appear on Har Mar's next studio album.

'Tall Boy' will now feature on 'Dark Touches', his fourth full-length studio effort, set for release on October 12. Har Mar had explained in the past during live shows that it had been knocked back by Spears' team.

The album will also feature 'Girls' Night', a song originally pitched to be sung by Disney act The Cheetah Girls.

Har Mar Superstar has enlisted the help of musicians including Adam Green and Neon Neon collaborator Boom Bip to guest on the new album.

Other collaborators include producers John Fields, Clark Baechle and Jacob Thiele and Rhymesayers' P.O.S..

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