“VMA Eazy” Remix Of Britney Spears & G-Eazy’s “Make Me” Issued To Pop Radio

Britney Spears [Make Me Promo | RCA Records]

Still hoping to reverse its decline, RCA issued a new edition of Britney Spears’ “Make Me (featuring G-Eazy)” to pop radio Monday.

Referred to as the “VMA Eazy Remix,” the remix is a studio version of the pair’s Video Music Awards performance (which features portions of G-Eazy’s “Me, Myself & I” worked into “Make Me”).

In an email touting its availability, RCA refers to “VMA Eazy” as “the remix you asked for!”

Aided by discounted pricing, the release of the “Glory” album, exposure on Thursday’s “Late Late Show With James Corden” and Sunday’s VMA performance, “Make Me” is presently #2 on the US iTunes sales chart.

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