Britney Spears’ New Song ‘Mood Ring’ Has An Interesting History


Britney’s latest version is not really a new issue at all.

Britney Spears receives Vanguard Award at the 29th Annual GLAAD Media Awards

Britney’s latest version is not really a new issue at all.

Britney Spears new version of the song “Mood rings” has a very interesting history, and in reality is not a new subject at all. The pop superstar officially dropped the sultry track to the world on the midnight of May 29, there were many people who believed that she had released new music for the first time in four years, but the road has been around for a while now.

“The mood of the rings” was featured on Britney’s last studio album, the Glorybut just as the 18th track on the Japanese Deluxe and Tour Edition. Is not available on other streaming sites, or in any of the physical copies of the album outside of Japan, which made it almost impossible for other fans to get to hear it.

However, many of Britney’s die-hard supporters heard the bonus song, and as reported by Gay Times, made a campaign through social media and beyond that in the last four years to get a more mainstream release. That is why the song is officially called “Ring of Mood (By Demand)” on streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music.

Britney, who recently wowed their fans when playing a game of hidden with the camera in a crop top and a pair of hot pants — confirmed in the media that the release was his way of finally give the fans what they had sought for so long.

The star shared a post in the early hours of 29 May, when “the Mood of the rings” was finally made available for streaming or download out of Asia. As a special bonus treat, Britney also talked about the update of the work of art to the Glory in streaming platforms to a very steamy photo of herself in the desert. The previous shot was a close-up of his face in a sepia style tone.

“Repurposed this as I do not use… That the people wanted a new album cover ….. ta da there you go!!!!” she wrote on the social network along with a series of sassy hand emoji.

“What is asked for the following is now,” then he added, with a range of different emoji, including a spark, a monkey, a ring, and with a twinkle in his eye of the face. “I hope that turn #MoodRing up sooooooo loud!!!!”

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I know that I have the bangs ???????? !!!!! Who would have thought that the bangs would make you look waaaaay younger ?!?! I stopped having bangs in the 3rd grade, and I remember as if it was yesterday …. it was a great thing to expose my front …. only the beautiful people in the south could do that and I never felt pretty enough to carry it out. All the beauty contest of the girls did but I never felt beauty contests were my thing … I had bad teeth and felt like an ugly duckling. I found a modeling agency, but I was not pretty enough so I went home and said, “maybe I can be like the older girls and show my face” !!!! I did it and it looked soooo wrong, but I thought it was gorgeous ???? !!!! I think he knew that didn’t look good, but I did it because I thought it made me cool …. and I have almost had it as well since then !!!! People choose different ways to protect themselves …. when I pull my bangs in the front of my head, I feel protected … almost like I’m in 3rd grade again ⭐️???????? !!!

A post shared by Britney Spears (@britneyspears) May 18, 2020 at 3:48 pm PDT

And it’s safe to say that fans of the mom of two very happy. The comments section of your Instagram upload was flooded with messages grateful that Britney fans.

“All I’ve ever wanted,” one person commented with several strongly weeping faces.

“We love you and this amazing track!”, the other person said.

“I’ve been waiting for this since the release of the album. Thanks to Queen Britney,” a third person commented. “During these times we need new music from you. I love you.”

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Diego Cabrera

Diego Cabrera

Of Fuenlabrada, and 91, when there was still more sheep than concrete blocks. There I grew up, there I live and there I made my debut in journalism shouting baskets in the Fernando Martín. I told stories in Loving Valencia for three years and no longer unemployed