Britney Spears: Singer Britney Spears, Elton John’s duo will be released on this date. here are the details

Singer Britney Spears has announced that her long-awaited duet with legendary singer Elton John will be released on August 26. Spears revealed the information on her official Instagram. The blonde singer is recognized for decades of No. 1 hits, iconic duets and an insanely crazy sunglasses collection.

Elton John’s Instagram post is a photo of them two young children, and the caption reads: ”
hold me closer‘ In the photo, John is next to a piano. The duet will be Spears’ first real new record in nearly six years. It will be a new version of John’s classic track “Tiny Dancer” from 1971.

“Glory”, his last album, was released in August 2016. A few months later, on November 26, the reggae-pop song “Slumber Party”, the second and last single from this album, was released and quickly went on the air. topped the US Dance Club Songs chart.

Although the “Womanizer” musician’s label, RCA Records, released three unreleased recordings in late 2020 as the #FreeBritney movement began to gain momentum, this turned out to be his last official release.

Although reports of a potential collaboration between the two have been circulating on social media recently, John did not confirm that “Hold Me Closer” was happening a few weeks ago.

The 75-year-old artist, multiple Grammy and Oscar winner, uploaded an Instagram photo with the title of the song and two emojis: a rose, something Britney Spears uses frequently, and a rocket, which is a twinkle. look at “Rocketman” himself.

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