Britney Spears and Elton John Release of “Hold Me Closer”, a reimagined duet of the pianist’s immortal song “Tiny Dancer”. The song is Spears’ first release since ending her supervision in November 2021, and her first new musical release in six years.
Of course, while the chorus is unmistakable, the song has been reimagined as a breezy dance-pop song, with Spears and John softly duet on verse and chorus, with John adding the signature throughout the piano piece.
It’s the ideal sequel to his similar reworking of “Cold Cold Heart” with Dua Lipa, released last summer and in his lock session Duo album, essentially a mix of his songs “Sacrifice” and “Rocketman”.
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Originally released in 1971, Little Dancer was a minor hit in the US and Europe at the time, but got a second life when it appeared in a key scene in Cameron Crowe’s 2000 film. almost knowna semi-autobiographical account of his experiences as a young rock writer in the early 1970s.
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August 8, just two weeks after Variety reported the incident Spears and John record new record for John’s 1971 song “Little Dancer”, the remake has been confirmed by representatives of both artists. There is little information about the song in the ad – only the single title and artwork to see Rose (Spears) and Rocket (John).
The duet was recorded in the Beverly Hills studio with the help of Grammy-winning producer Andrew Watt, who has worked with Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber, Pearl Jam and Oz Oz Spoon and others have collaborated.
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Since the end of her 13-year police custody, Spears fans have been wondering if she wants to return to the studio and get back on stage.
Under his tutelage from 2008 to 2021, Spears recorded new music, continued to tour, and lived in Las Vegas.
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However, when testifying in court, the singer claimed she was forced to work against her will.
Listen to “Hold Me Closer” in the video above.
Britney Spears through the years: 1993 to 2022