Britney Spears: For the first time, Two 1990s Powerhouse has finally collaborated. : Britney Spears and Backstreet Boys. the group is coming up with a track ‘match’.
The Britney and the classic boy’s group consist of members Nick Carten, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, AJ Maclean, and Kevin Richardson. they all have united their voice for the track, that arrived on Dec 11. which can be found in the deluxe version of Britney’s 2016 album Glory.
On Dec 2 Britney has also dropped another album which was recorded in 2016 along with Glory. he dropped a surprise track “Swimming in the stars”. Which was a surprise for his fans, and fans were delighted to receive this unreleased track as a surprise gift from Britney on this 39th birthday.
In May Britney released another track from the album Glory “mood ring”. Which has previously been unavailable unless you live in Japan. At the time it was for the first time in four years since Britney has technically released new music.
Britney Spears Shared the Post on InstagramImage Source: Metro
Britney took this news to his Instagram and he announced the collaboration with her friends “Backstreet boys” is out now. She also reminded her fans that they can now listen to all his previously unreleased tracks on the Deluxe version of Glory.
“I am so excited to hear what you think about our song together,” Britney gushed in her post, adding “you can now also listen to Glory Deluxe everywhere now…. including ‘swimming in the stars’ and the ‘Mood ring’ remix!!!
The love you guys have shown this album this year has been stupid amazing… I can’t even believe it!!! I hope it brings you joy. GOD BLESS YOU ALL!!!!”
The Backstreet boys also shared a tweet on their Twitter account shared a message, writing “What a GLORIOUS day it is… We have been asked about the possibilities of the collab like this for the past 20 years and today is the day!! #BritneyXBackstreet is finally here!
“Match” is out now with @britneyspears Glory deluxe.” fans rejoined the collaboration between the 90s greats. “honestly they should do just a whole album together,” one fan wrote. while another tweeted, “I love these amazing 90s collaborations”.