Britney Spears is causing a small tide of controversy by dropping the long taboo F-Bomb on her new single “Cold as Fire”. Just a small hurdle for radio DJ’s to censor before blasting the song out over the airwaves.
The song that will cause the most uproar for the former teen role model is “Cold as Fire,” a fairly standard pop dance tune produced by hip-hop artist T-Pain.In it, Spears cautions the listener not to “f—” with her. OK, we won’t, but radio programmers will have to if they want to comply with the FCC.
On another track, called “Gimme More,” Spears announces, “It’s Britney, b-tch.” The former Mouseketeer is tough, you see.
The song and album should do well as Spears is the most computer and airbrushed generated star of our generation. She is a real life train wreck that sells very well.
Perhaps the true lyric in this song is “Don’t bother, everyone’s already f—ed me”.