Twitter Is “Bopping” To Will.I.Am & Britney Spears’ “Mind Your Business”

“The princess of pop is back.”

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Frazer Harrison/Getty Images / Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images and Britney Spears’ much-anticipated new single “Mind Your Business” is here — and the “Britney Army” has some thoughts. On July 17, the Black Eyed Peas hitmaker revealed that he and Spears had teamed up on a new project. “UH OH!!! You are now NOW rocking with and @britneyspears,” the Grammy winner wrote on Twitter, later revealing the song’s official release date. “I’m so excited for this release… I feel like it’s the first released all over again… I can’t wait,” he added.

The pair’s latest release, which dropped on Friday, July 21, is the duo’s third collaboration together after 2013’s “Scream & Shout” and 2011’s “Big Fat Ass,” the latter of which was featured on Spears’ Femme Fatale album. Appearing on CBS Mornings on July 20, the “Boom Boom Pow” hitmaker described himself as “a fan, a friend, and a supporter of Britney throughout the years,” adding that collaborating with her on the new track felt like old times. “To collaborate with her now and then, when you’re in the studio and you’re making music, that’s the only thing that matters,” he added. “So I see the same light, the same joy, the same love and passion.”

Fans were quick to share their thoughts on “Mind Your Business” in the wake of the song’s release, and although not everyone is quite so enthusiastic about the track, many have declared that “the princess of pop is back.”

“I’m happy that Britney is making music that SHE wants to release, she’s sitting and enjoying the process again. This is a reintroduction to Britney,” one fan wrote on Twitter. “When Britney Spears says ‘b****’ in a song you know it will go hard,” another joked, while one user also commented: “I’m bopping to this all summer.”

Find some of the best memes and tweets reacting to and Spears’ “Mind Your Business,” below.

Meanwhile, fans are also looking forward to the singer’s upcoming memoir The Woman in Me, which Spears announced on July 12.

The memoir, which is scheduled to be released on Oct. 24, 2023, is described as a “brave and astonishingly moving story about freedom, fame, motherhood, survival, faith, and hope.” A press release for the book also revealed that Spears’ story will “illuminate the enduring power of music and love — and the importance of a woman telling her own story, on her own terms.”

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