Britney Spears' Prince-sampling 'Guilty Kiss' leaks online

in the zoneWith no sign of that much-hyped comeback track with Iggy Azalea, we're getting our Brit fix with an unreleased Prince-sampling number - Guilty Kiss - which appeared online this earlier week. Reportedly recorded back in 2003 for her fourth studio album In the Zone, a remix of the track originally leaked a while back, but this is said to be the original, unedited version, which samples Prince's sultry 1986 hit Kiss. Written and produced by Danish hitmakers Cutfather and Jonas Jeberg, rumour has it Guilty Kiss was intended as a response to Justin Timberlake's 2002 hit Cry Me a River - and with cutting lyrical gems like "And if losing you is what I gotta do to satisfy all my needs / Then I guess that makes me guilty", this sounds like the ultimate kiss-off that never was. The audio's being pulled offline faster than you can say 'Work bitch', but you should be able to listen to Guilty Kiss for yourselves over here. More stories: Britney Spears unreleased track 'Conscious' released online Christina Aguilera's impression of Britney Spears is scarily accurate