To be fair, our beloved Brit Brit has always been a bit of a tease, so 20 years into a career that looked likely to derail spectacularly after the 1990s were finished, we’re a little surprised (and amused) to find Britney still roping in the suitors, only to leave them in a fluster while running off with someone else.
In this case, the bewildered suitor is (again) Apple Music, who- according to Britney’s twitter account- had exclusive access to the eagerly anticipated Glory; however, after an extensive lead-up campaign culminating in the release of the (third) single Do You Wanna Come Over? (a missive directed, we assume, at Apple executives), the release appeared on all major platforms including Spotify and Amazon music.
At this stage, it’s hard to know whether this was a reaction from Apple Music’s disastrous Frank Ocean exclusive, or RCA following the lead of Universal music and taking exclusives off the table, but with Ocean’s Blonde allegedly being the most pirated album of 2016, we’re glad Britney’s sharing her latest- legally- with as many people as possible.
[via Digital Music News]