Britney Spears to collaborate with Iggy Azalea and Little Mix on new single

'Pretty Girls' will be produced by The Invisible Men

Britney Spears‘ forthcoming single ‘Pretty Girls’ will see the singer team-up with both Iggy Azalea and Little Mix.

As pointed out by Popdust, the track is to be produced by The Invisible Men, who helmed the Azalea hit ‘Fancy’, while girl band Little Mix are listed as co-writers.

Spears has played a residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas since 2013, the year her most recent album ‘Britney Jean’ was released. Speaking to Billboard last week, the singer claimed she is working on a new album, but is concentrating more on raising her sons, nine-year-old Sean and eight-year-old Jayden, with her ex-husband Kevin Federline.


“I’m going to do a new album slowly but surely,” said Spears. “There’s a lot going on with my kids and schools. I’m going to do my best to make an amazing new album, but it’s not my full priority right now.”

The ‘Me Against The Music’ performer’s Planet Hollywood residency is scheduled to last until at least the end of the year, having so far raised ticket money of $42 million (£27 million). But Spears’ manager Larry Rudolph says the residency may extend until 2017, with the singer likely to focus on releasing one-off singles until the shows end.

“Albums just aren’t as important in the digital age as they used to be,” said Rudolph. “Britney will get to one eventually, just not right now.”


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