The #JusticeForGlory campaign continues with Britney Spears releasing her mythical song "Mood Ring" to digital retailers today. The Japanese bonus track on her album Glory will finally get the chance to shine on a global level.
Spears dropped her most recent album Glory in Aug. 2016. After fans launched #JusticeForGlory earlier this month to get the underrated release back on the charts, she has reacted positively to the campaign and given the fans what they want. The first big update to Glory was the cover art change, overhauling the underwhelming Randee St. Nicholas photo for a sizzling shot of Spears laying in the desert by David LaChapelle.
Spears' latest move with the Glory album is making the Japanese bonus track "Mood Ring" available to fans around the world. The trap-lite track was produced by DJ Mustard, the guy behind smashes like Rihanna's "Needed Me" and Ella Mai's "Boo'd Up." Spears' voice glides across the atmospheric landscape as she gets in her feelings in a hot-and-heavy situation. "You know how to read me by the touch of my skin," she purrs. "Mood Ring" is a vibe and, honestly, these new shades of Britney should've been embraced more on Glory.
"Mood Ring" co-writer Jon Asher said the song was first pitched as a Chainsmokers featuring Britney collaboration. The EDM duo passed on the idea and Spears decided to keep it for herself. Among Spears' nine studio albums, Glory is the only one without an RIAA certification. Hopefully these latest updates to the album help it achieve Gold certification at least.
Photo composite / photo courtesy of RCA Records