Will.i.am announces new song with Britney Spears as her second post-conservatorship release

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You are now, now rockin’ with Will.i.am and Britney, bitch — again.

The Black Eyed Peas member announced Monday that he is releasing a new song with Britney Spears.

“UH OH!!! @britneyspears…,” he captioned a teaser clip via Twitter, adding that the new track will be out Tuesday.

While Will.i.am did not unveil the song name, you can hear Spears singing, “Mind your business, bitch.”

This is the fourth time Spears, 41, and Will.i.am, 48, have worked together.

They first teamed up in 2011 for “Big Fat Bass,” which appeared on the Princess of Pop’s “Femme Fatale” album.

The duo reunited a year later for “Scream & Shout,” the lead single from the rapper’s “Willpower” record.

Will.i.am, whose real name is William James Adams Jr., then executive-produced Spears’ 2013 album, “Britney Jean,” which included the hit track “Work Bitch.”

The “Boom Boom Pow” performer teased last September that he and the “Oops! … I Did It Again” singer had begun working together again.

“Yeah, there’s been things in the works,” he said on “Good Morning Britain” with a sly smile before adding, “I can’t reveal. I live a very private life.”

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This will be Spears’ second release since her 13-year conservatorship ended in 2021.

She collaborated with Elton John in 2022 on their “Hold Me Closer” duet, which became her first top 10 song on the Billboard Hot 100 in nearly a decade.

While the Grammy winner wrote on Instagram in June that she had “quit the business,” a source previously revealed to Page Six exclusively that she could change her tune.

“She has talked about recording again and has gotten plenty of offers, some of which she’s turned down, but it’s all about timing and picking the right projects,” the insider explained.

“The beauty of Britney being free again is that she gets to call the shots for the first time in a very long time, and she’ll do it at her own pace.”

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