Will.i.am Confirms Britney Spears Collaboration Will Be A Future Single?

31 August 2012, 15:46 | Updated: 31 August 2012, 16:16

The 'Great Times' rapper says he will be shooting a music video for his team-up with the pop singer.

Will.i.am has confirmed plans to shoot a music video with Britney Spears in the near future for their team-up song on his new album '#Willpower'.

The 'Great Times' rapper confirmed earlier this month that he and 'Criminal' star Britney had recorded a new track together, reported to be called 'Sexy Sexy', and posted message to the singer hinting at a potential music video being on the way.

Britney first uploaded a picture off herself showing off her bikini body while enjoying the summer sunshine at home, which led will.i.am to respond praising the 'I Wanna Go' star for her svelte figure.

"Having some fun in the sun… don't want summer to be over!" Britney tweeted last night (30th August), to which will.i.am later replied: "OMG… your lookin fit & hot… can't wait to shoot the video to our song… your fans are ganna love it…"

The 'This Is Love' rapper then continued to tease his Britney Spears team-up by replying to fans confirming the song still isn't finished and confirming that he prefers the new song to he and Britney's previous collaboration on the song 'Big Fat Bass'.

"I'm not finished with it… I'm still putting the finishing touches on it… I'm so excited… @britneyspears part if dope," Will responded to a fan last night, before adding: "@TroubleForFares I like the new song I did with @britneyspears 900,000,000,000,000000x's more than BFB… and I loved BFB #crazyfire."

Check out a picture of Britney Spears showing off her bikini body below (Credit: Twitter):

Britney is currently preparing for the official launch of The X Factor USA, after joining the show as a panelist earlier this year, which is set to launch on 12th September on FOX.

Will.i.am's new album '#Willpower' is set to feature collaborations with the likes of Rihanna, Chris Brown and Justin Bieber, and will be released on 16th October.