Without precedent for four years, Britney Spears’s Mood Ring dropped music as a mood-setting song suitably called “Mood Ring” on May 29. All things considered, the song is just actually new on the off chance that you don’t live in Japan.
“Mood Ring” is really a bonus track from the 38-year-old pop star’s 2016 album Glory, which just had an official release in Japan. Since the bonus track can be easily streamed anyplace on Spotify and iTunes, fans cheered over this little surprise Britney reported just hours before its drop.
“@britneyspears putting #MoodRing on Spotify is the thing that I’ve needed!!,” one listener tweeted, while another expressed, “Yass Britney I love this song.” Britney also joined the energized babble, taking to her own Instagram to state, “I trust you turn #MoodRing up sooooooo uproarious.” Challenge accepted! “Mood Ring,” produced by DJ Mustard, will absolutely set you feeling sure with sultry vocals, plenty of reverb, and a slowed-down electronic sound.
Britney Spears – Mood Ring (Official Video) (End Of The Age)
Britney is entering a glorious era. Prior in May, Glory snatched the No. 1 spot on iTunes’ album chart after a successful social media campaign driven by Britney’s passionate fans. To remunerate their efforts, Britney dropped all-new cover craftsmanship for the album on May 8, which highlighted the singer in a scanty gold monokini with her back angled against the desert floor. Britney gushed under the post.
Sadly, Britney won’t be lining up this song release with new music in the close by future, we’ve heard. “Britney is not planning for new music to making at any point in the near future.”
Britney Spears – Do You Wanna Come Over?
Britney does share with those close to her that she might want to make a rebound in music one day once more, yet she’s not even close to that.
While she remains under conservatorship of her dad Jamie Spears, 67 — whose health scare forced her to cancel her Las Vegas residency in Jan. 2019 — our source adds, “At this moment, she’s taking a shot at herself as best as she can as she couldn’t want anything more than to recover more independence in her own life.”