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BRITNEY RETURNS

Another superstar has dropped a new single, as RCA's Britney Spears comes roaring back with "Make Me" featuring labelmate G-Eazy. The track, which went wide to all digital providers, rocketed to #1 at iTunes and is #2 as of mid-morning on Friday. 

The bubbling pop track is Brit's first since last summer's duet with Iggy Azalea, "Pretty Girls." The collaboration, meanwhile, is also a joint effort by Maverick managers Larry Rudolph and Adam Leber for Brit with Gee Roberson for G-Eazy.

"Private Show," another new Spears song, is heard in fragments during spots for her fragrance of the same name.

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