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Britney Spears unveils new album’s tracks, collaborators

Britney Spears unveils new album’s tracks, collaborators

BRITNEY'S NEW ALBUM: The pop princess plans to release her new album next month. Photo: Associated Press

Britney Spears attempted to beat the “sneaky hackers” who like to break album details and track listing by posting the song order for her upcoming release online on Tuesday night.

The pop star revealed the titles and featured artists on “Britney Jean’s” tracks via Twitter.com:

It appears will.i.am will again team up with his “Scream & Shout” collaborator on a song titled “It Should Be Easy,” while rapper T.I. joins Spears on “Tik Tik Boom,” and her younger sister Jamie Lynn gets a credit on “Chillin’ With You.”

Other tracks include “Alien,” “Perfume,” “Body Ache,” “Passenger” and her current single “Work B**ch.”

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The album will be released on Dec. 3, the day after Spears turns 32.

The album comes as Spears is preparing for a two-year residency in Las Vegas.

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