A month to date after it leaked online, Britney Spears' bubblegummy single "Ooh La La" was officially released Monday morning on Ryan Seacrest's radio show.
The song is Spears' contribution to the upcoming soundtrack for "The Smurfs" and will play over the end credits when the movie hits theaters July 31.
Spears announced the ditty two months ago, calling it "Smurftastic." The track does indeed slide into that Smurf-y sweet spot of sugary synth-pop; the pop superstar raps a little bit in the pre-chorus, and then concludes on the refrain, "Baby come with me and be my ooh-la-la."
On Seacrest's show, Spears tried to explain what the song and its lyrics mean.
"I think it doesn't really certainly mean a certain phrase or anything, but it's about feeling good," Brit explained. "Like you make me feel like 'ooh la la' like when a guy makes you giddy... it's more of a feeling."
Produced by "Femme Fatale" collaborators Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald, Ammo and Cirkut, "Ooh La La" is highlighted by a compelling breakdown, full of scrambled vocals and dense beats, that lasts for 30 seconds beginning at the 2:35 mark.