Britney Spears Collaboration With Iggy Azalea Leaked -- Listen To 'Pretty Girls'

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The good news about Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea’s collaboration “Pretty Girls” is that it’s catchy. The bad news is that by this time, the song has already been pulled from sites due to copyright infringements.

The two pop icons’ collaboration was leaked early Saturday morning and has already made its way to several radio stations, not to mention several sites that have advertised a free listen to the song.

While some fans might like the idea, Spears and Azalea say this isn’t the version that they want people to hear.

The 24-year-old Azalea has already taken to Twitter to request people to refrain from sharing the song until it’s officially released.

“I'm really really happy to see so many people loving it but i also just want to clarify its not an "early" release its a leak,” the rapper tweeted.

“We would really appreciate everyone holding out until monday to share links etc if possible (i know its hard, I'm excited too!),” she posted in another tweet.

The “Piece of Me” singer also shared the same sentiment, asking fans on Twitter to “hold out just a little longer” as the song will soon be released officially.

But for those who can’t wait and are in the Los Angeles area, they can legally hear the song by requesting a special Uber car with a Britney Spears signage. The select “Bee” rides will be playing “Pretty Girls.”

There’s already a smattering of reviews in the short time that the track was available online. Some have commented on the dull and dated sound of the song while others are saying that the catchy tune will be this year’s summer anthem.

Pairing two diverse pop icons like Spears and Azalea is a tricky proposition, as pop duets are mostly seen as marketing gimmicks, but “Pretty Girls” might just be the track to prove those critics wrong.  We’ll know in a bit.

Val Powell
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