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.”

Popjustice:
“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!'”

Entertainmentwise.com:
“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!”

MuuMuse:
“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’.”

GloPop:
“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!”

MOSuniverse:
“The new Britney Spears single “Work Bitch” TOTALLY ROCKS in a “current” EDM kind of way! This is going to be MASSIVE!”

Hypable.com:
“Unsurprisingly, the song was designed for clubs. It has a grand finale finish that caps the song off nicely”

JonAlisBlog:
“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.”

Tagroom:
“Couldn’t you just imagine yourself now in a club with everyone just shouting You better work B*tch!”

TheFrisky.com:
“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.”

PinkIsTheNewBlog.com:
“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?”

FashionCourier:
“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”

Popdust.com:
“The track is everything we know and love about modern-day Britney: pulsing club rhythms (courtesy of executive producer Will.i.am), vocals that blend bad-bitch attitude and robotic authority, and the return of Brit’s inexplicable British accent.”

Examiner.com:
“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!'”

Metro.co.uk:
“It may have been leaked early but at least Work Bitch seems to have been well-received by fans.”

AccesHollywood.com:
“A catchy new song”

Cinemablend.com:
“As I suspected, “Work Bitch” is a catchy electronic dance track that will no doubt get ample play in clubs”

Arcadey.net:
“”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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