Power-girl anthem, joint single by Pop Queen Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea, is headed for a Top 40 debut on The Hot 100 next week, reports U.S. charts company Billboard.
The song, which got as high as #2 on iTunes on its release day (Monday, May 4th) has already a whooping total of 2,500 spins on pop radio with over 20 million audience impressions and its streaming points aren’t far behind, if we count only the Vevo streams through Britney Spears official page, that’s already over 5 million streams.
The title is expected to sell in excess of 100,000 downloads until the end of the tracking week (on Sunday, May 10th), off if we compare to Spears’s last lead single, “Work Bitch”, which opened to nearly 180,000 downloads.
A music video for “Pretty Girls” will be released on May 11th and a performance featuring the duo will take place at The 2015 Billboard Music Awards on May 17th.
The following week’s chart, with “Pretty Girls” debut, will be released on Wednesday (May 13th).