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Scream & Shout Remix - Will. I am & Britney Spears -- Jeremy Gygi Remix
What do y'all think? It's a very catchy tune.... the video is OK, but I love the song for dancing and getting my club on.
Here's a tiny video preview (very small) of Britney Spears new track with Will.i.am called Scream & Shout.
Just the song.
Britney posted the pic below on her Facebook today: I want you all to meet my new little baby girl Hannah ♥ How cute is she?!?!
Sean Paul said he's done everything he can in dancehall music.
The Jamaican star - best known for dancehall and reggae hits such as 'Gimme the Light' and 'Got 2 Luv U' - is hoping to branch out and work with more mainstream producers.
He told website DNAIndia.com: "I have reached a point where I don't have to prove myself to anybody in dancehall or reggae music. I'm up there with the best of them, so right now I'm just expanding. I'm trying to bridge the gap, broaden my artistry."
The 39-year-old worked with Swedish production team Stargate and other international producers on his recent fifth studio album, 'Tomahawk Technique', so it would sound more "international".
He added: "I noticed that of late a lot of pop music has had dancehall influences, so I asked some big name producers like Stargate, Rico Love, DJ Ammo and Benny Blanco to make their interpretation of a dancehall beat."
The 'She Doesn't Mind' singer's is also conscious that his biggest hits have been collaborations with other stars such as when he worked with Beyonce, 31, on her 2003 single, 'Baby Boy'.
He said: "I've always said two is better than one. Collaborating helps creative exchanges happen and helps take the tempo to a different level altogether."
"I have however noticed that most of my biggest hits are with women artists - Blu Cantrell, Beyoncé, Keyshia Cole, Alexis Jordan. So, it's all about the chemistry and I am a lucky man. Collaboration is the best way to expand."
Sean recently collaborated with former 'X Factor' judge Kelly Rowland, 31, on 'How Deep is Your Love'.
Christina Aguilera's 'Lotus' was made with "blood, sweat and tears".
The singer spent a great deal of time making her seventh album, and after the relative commercial failure of her last record, 2010's 'Bionic', felt she had something to prove.
She told MTV: "As in every record, it's my heart. It's a labour of love. It's not just songs to me; these are blood, sweat and tears and stuff from the heart."
The 31-year-old singer also hopes the album sounds futuristic enough connect with the stars of tomorrow.
She added: "You'll hear on this record that I've written songs for the next generation to hopefully inspire new singers of raw talent and realness. I definitely wanted to have fun and make 'Lotus' about freedom."
Christina added one of the tracks she has previewed from the album, 'Army of Me', is a sequel to her 2003 empowerment anthem, 'Fighter'.
She said: "This song is a really fun uptempo, and I wanted to do sort of a 'Fighter 2.0' inspirational uptempo for the younger generation, because I felt they should have it.
"All these six-year-olds who weren't around for the actual 'Fighter,' this is my chance to recharge it, rejuvenate it and do something modernized for them."
No Doubt have been forced to apologize and scrap their new music video.
The 'Settle Down' rockers - who recently reunited after an extended hiatus - have removed their new Native American inspired 'Looking Hot' music video from YouTube after it caused outrage among the indigenous community because it features Gwen Stefani wearing traditional clothing while being tied to poles and fighting cowboys.
The band apologized for the controversial content on their official website. They wrote: "As a multi-racial band our foundation is built upon both diversity and consideration for other cultures. Our intention with our new video was never to offend, hurt or trivialize Native American people, their culture or their history. Although we consulted with Native American friends and Native American studies experts at the University of California, we realize now that we have offended people. This is of great concern to us and we are removing the video immediately.
"The music that inspired us when we started the band, and the community of friends, family, and fans that surrounds us was built upon respect, unity and inclusiveness. We sincerely apologize to the Native American community and anyone else offended by this video. Being hurtful to anyone is simply not who we are."
The band - whose members also include Tony Kanal, Adrian Young and Tom Dumont - released their new album 'Push and Shove' in September and 'Looking Hot' is the second official single.