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Britney Spears Tweets 'Britney Jean' Track List

Album includes songs with will.i.am, T.I. and Jamie Lynn

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November 13, 2013 8:50 AM ET

Citing "sneaky hackers," Britney Spears last night tweeted what she called the "TRUE" track listing for her new album Britney Jean. The 10-song album (with four additional tracks on the deluxe edition) includes the singles "Work Bitch" and "Perfume," along with contributions from will.i.am on "It Should Be Easy," T.I. on "Tik Tik Boom" and Jamie Lynn, Spears' younger sister, on "Chillin' With You."

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News filtered out late last year that Spears was working with will.i.am on a new album, her eighth, which will be the follow-up to her 2011 release Femme Fatale. Spears also recorded the song "Ooh La La" for this summer's Smurfs 2 soundtrack. With the album ready, the singer is planning to promote it with an extensive Las Vegas residency, "Piece of Me," that will feature 50 concerts over a two-year period.

Spears last month released a video for "Work Bitch" that included dancing in the desert, cracking a whip and singing on a pedestal in a pool as sharks circled. The track list for Britney Jean, which is due out on November 29th:

"Alien"
"Work Bitch"
"Perfume"
"It Should Be Easy," feat. will.i.am
"Tik Tik Boom," feat. T.I.
"Body Ache"
"Til It's Gone"
"Passenger"
"Chillin' With You," feat. Jamie Lynn
"Don't Cry"
(Deluxe edition tracks)
"Brightest Morning Star"
"Hold on Tight"
"Now That I Found You"
"Perfume (The Dreaming Mix)"

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