Britney Spears‘ latest single is reportedly delayed on account of problems using the Toxic singer’s voice.
Plans to produce the 34-year-old singer’s new track Make Me (Oooh) were postponed recently, caused by “techinical production difficulties” without having new date announced.
And in accordance with editors at British newspaper The Sun, lacking new Britney material is reportedly because record company bosses are unhappy using the Baby One More Time musician’s vocal focus on the song.
“The single has become a nightmare for anyone involved,” an origin tells the paper. “When it reduced to the final version on the track, the label just didn’t like her voice and also the producers were struggling to restore work together with the recordings that they had.”
The publication reports producers and executives have allegedly held emergency meetings using a view to transforming the track so it’s ready for release.
“They’ve experimented with find someone to incorporate some guest vocals to boost the track as an alternative to finding quantity of Britney’s schedule to re-record – but they’ve really struggled,” the insider adds. “It’s been very stressful, the track really should have been out several years ago now.”
Make Me (Oooh) is scheduled to become the lead single from her ninth studio album, the production date which often is also yet for being announced.
In May, Joe Riccitelli, the Executive Vice President of Britney’s record label RCA Records told America’s Billboard magazine he was, “waiting on her to finish the album,” and was “really excited” in regards to the record.