Nineney Watch: Mustard On The Brit, Bitch

Is Brit Brit about to deliver something more urban once again?

No more Ms. Nice Pretty Girl — Brit Brit’s about to work it hard like it’s her profession (REFERENCE).

Slowly but surely wins the race, as The Legendary Miss Britney Spears could surely tell you. And, fortunately for us, B-Girl is taking her sweet-as-sweet tea time recording Album Nineney, the artsy-fartsy left-lane follow-up to 2013’s indie-experimental mixtape, Britney Jean.

We already know Britney hit the studio with “Clarity” writer and producer, Matthew Koma. But in the past few weeks, when she’s not too busy painting topless in her art room or galavanting around Disneyland, Brit’s been hopping in the recording studio with a bunch of talented acts and under-the-radar (on my ray-duh) newcomers, including a session with producer Ian Kirkpatrick (OF BREATHE IN. BREATHE OUT.‘S “NIGHT LIKE THIS” FAME) and Chantal Kreviazuk, the singer-songwriter involved in co-penning Gwen Stefani‘s “Rich Girl,” Kelly Clarkson‘s “Walk Away” and Hilary Duff‘s Dignity anthem “Outside Of You” — and a co-write on Pitbull‘s “Feel This Moment” with Queen of Features, Legendtina.

But now, there’s a thrilling new name to add to the Nineney Watch: Condiment/club king, Mr. DJ Mustard.

Yes, the unstoppable beatsmith behind Tinashe‘s “2 On,” Big Sean‘s “I Don’t Fuck With You” and Jeremih‘s “Don’t Tell ‘Em” confirmed in an interview with Capital FM this weekend that he’s in the studio with the Living Legend, working on something “harder than hard — it’s a movie.”

Something more urban! And…HARDNEY.


Seriously, though: Can you even imagine a Britney version of “I Don’t Fuck With You”?

Actually, I can: It would be called “I Hate Fuckin’ Waiting, Y’all” — and I’ve already got chills.

Bring on B9!

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