New Britney Spears Single Due September 16th

Singer has also recently filmed video for 'Work Bitch'

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September 11, 2013 10:20 AM ET

Britney Spears is on her grind: the singer's new single, "Work Bitch," will arrive next week. Spears tweeted that she'll premiere the song on September 16th at 6 p.m. EST through iHeartRadio and local stations, and the track will be released hours later on September 17th at 12:01 a.m. EST through iTunes.

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Spears recently spent a few days "in the desert" working on a music video for "Work Bitch" with Ben Mor, who directed Katy Perry's "Part of Me" clip and worked with Spears' for will.i.am's "Scream and Shout" video. She also shared a pair of provocative photos from the video shoot.

Spears has been keeping details on her next album tightly locked. She unveiled a countdown website for last month with the date set for September 17th, which seems to line up with the release of "Work Bitch." Will.i.am revealed earlier this year that he is producing Spears' new album, and Spears released "Ooh La La" earlier this summer as part of the Smurfs 2 film soundtrack.

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