Britney Spears Releases Upbeat "Do You Wanna Come Over" Song

The singer shares the track ahead of the Aug. 26 release of her ninth studio album.
Britney Spears

Britney Spears is showing fans a ton of different looks in advance of the Aug. 26 release of her ninth studio album, Glory.

The latest is fun, flirty Brit on the super-pop track "Do You Wanna Come Over," which dropped on Wednesday night.

"Nobody should be alone if they don't have to be," she sings over subtle keyboards and a strummed guitar just before a shouted gang chorus of backup singers chime in with "Whatever you want/ Whatever you need/ Gotta do it!"

Spears will return to the VMA stage for the first time in a decade on Aug. 28 to perform the Glory track "Make Me" with G-Eazy. The made-for-a-club-remix "Do You Wanna" follows on the heels of the other glimpses we've had of Glory so far, which include the lead single, "Make Me," as well as "Private Show" and "Clumsy," falling somewhere in between the hard electro sound of the latter and clocking in a bit more up-tempo than the G-Eazy collabo.

It also features the classic Britney come-on: "I could get into that kissin' and touchin'/ Or we could be good and do next to nothin'."

Listen to the song below.

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