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It’s tough to imagine, but it happened: a mashup that combines Britney Spears with the unforgettable voice of Elvis has been released.
Britney and RCA Records teamed up to release the song in honor of what would have been the 88th birthday of Presley.
The track combines Spears’ 2004 hit “Toxic” with the King’s 1964 chart topper “Viva Las Vegas” creating “Toxic Las Vegas.”
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This isn’t the first legend Spears has teamed up with in recent years. In 2022, Britney worked with Sir Elton John to create a mashup called “Hold Me Closer,” which combined parts of three John classics: “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,” “The One,” and “Tiny Dancer.”
Britney’s life has been full of ups and downs in recent years, and fans are thrilled that she’s finally releasing new music. Spears was under a conservatorship for 13 years, and finally regained legal control of her own life near the end of 2021.
The Spears-John collaboration was Britney’s first new music release since 2016.