Work Bitch on saanut erittäin positiivisen vastaanoton mediassa:

Rolling Stone:
“The pounding dance track, which features mostly spoken lyrics, serves as a testament to the fine things a strong work ethic can bring about.”

Entertainment Weekly:
“A lot has been made of the Katy Perry vs. Lady Gaga chart face-off this fall, but music fans shouldn’t count out OG pop queen Britney Spears in that fight.”

“The most exciting bit is the middle eight which goes all epic and spacey with some proper hands-in-the-lasers lyrics.”

Hollywood Life:
“Brit is back sounding amazing with her new hit song, ‘Work B**ch,’ and we are so obsessed already. Honestly, we haven’t loved a song of hers this much since ‘Circus!'”
“Go call the governor” – a phrase we suspect will become as synonymous with her career as the immortal “It’s Britney, b***h!”.

Instinct Magazine
“Get out your headphones or find a club that’s open because Britney’s “Work Bitch!” has leaked and it’s a club banger!”

“Work Bitch” reaffirms her position on the throne, and proves just why Britney is the best: We have never and will never have to worry about her musical output, because Britney Spears is the most consistent supplier of amazing pop music in the world.”

Kick Kick Snare:
“Move over Oprah. So what is the advice from Ms Spears on how to live a life like music videos and movies stars? Naturally, you betta ‘Work Bitch’.”

“We’re liking this one a lot, really. It’s at least a lot better than her Scream and Shout duet with Will.I.AM.”

The Magic Critique
“‘Work Bitch’ is an incredibly different song than I think any of us were expecting. The beat isn’t straight-up EDM, but it’s got some urban flares that give it a really unique sound.”

That Grape Juice:
“Britney Spears has done it again!”

“The new Britney Spears single “Work Bitch” TOTALLY ROCKS in a “current” EDM kind of way! This is going to be MASSIVE!”
“Unsurprisingly, the song was designed for clubs. It has a grand finale finish that caps the song off nicely”

“Work Bitch” is a full-on club banger with Brit confidently sing-talking over a hot electronic driven beat that sounds like both everything and nothing on the radio.”

“Couldn’t you just imagine yourself now in a club with everyone just shouting You better work B*tch!”
“It’s a total club banger and I am now even more excited for Brit’s next album of songs I can pretend to strip to in the privacy of my bedroom.”

The Huffington Post:
“The dance track takes a strong beat and has the 31-year-old singer repeatedly encouraging listeners to “get to work, bitch.”
“The song is definitely a new sound for Britney… it has that Swedish House sound without really falling under the EDM label.”

The Hollywood Gossip:
“It’s upbeat, fun pop music on par with most of her younger contemporaries. The British accent thing is strange, but it’s catchy, no?”

“Summer is over. Which means that, yes, “Blurred Lines” is going out as the warm weather anthem of 2013. The adrenaline-fueled, smokey-voiced Britney Spears is back, and she wants you to know that it is time to werk, err…work. The jam of fall 2013 is here.”

Oh No They Didn’t:
“I really like the idea of the song and its lyrics are better than I expected”
“The track is everything we know and love about modern-day Britney: pulsing club rhythms (courtesy of executive producer, vocals that blend bad-bitch attitude and robotic authority, and the return of Brit’s inexplicable British accent.”
“She promised something very different from what’s been done in the past and delivers. Never has Britney been this forward and frank on a single before but she proudly embraces her inner grown woman, saying, ‘I am the bad b**ch!'”
“It may have been leaked early but at least Work Bitch seems to have been well-received by fans.”
“A catchy new song”
“As I suspected, “Work Bitch” is a catchy electronic dance track that will no doubt get ample play in clubs”
“”Work Bitch” is one hell of a club banger”

E!Online UK:
“Brit works and the song does not disappoint.”

Kiitokset: Britney Philippines

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