Will.I.Am Is Collaborating With Britney Spears, Mick Jagger… And NASA’s Mars Rover!

by (@zaragolden)

Black Eyed Peas frontman will.i.am released the track list for his forthcoming and very au courant album, #willpower. Over the years, will.i.am has worked in some capacity with seemingly everyone, and it looks like he’s cashing in all his favors for this fourth solo album. A newly released track list for this next effort is loaded heavy musical collaborations, all of the following making some sort of appearance: Britney Spears, Ne-Yo, Rihanna, Chris Brown, David Guetta, Eva Simons, Redfoo and Nicole Scherzinger. And were that not enough, Jennifer Lopez, Mick Jagger and Cheryl Cole, too, will be included on the album’s deluxe edition.

The collaboration doesn’t end there, though, and this next one is truly for the history books: NASA announced today that they have teamed up with will.i.am to debut the album’s next single from the surface of Mars. “Reach for the Stars” will be transmitted to Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, tomorrow at 1 PM PT as part of a special educational event that will promote science education by showing-off NASA’s Curiosity rover and its intergalactic findings — this new song apparently. “My song is finally going to be beamed back to earth from MARS,” tweeted will.i.am yesterday, excitedly because finally. Mars!

Full #willpower Tracklisting
1. “Drop That (B.E.A.T.)”
2. “This Is Love” (featuring Eva Simons)
3. “Fresh Sh–”
4. “Run It Back” (featuring Rihanna)
5. “Club’s on Fire (Don’t Put It Out)”
6. “F—in’ With Me?”
7. “Sexy Sexy” (featuring Britney Spears)
8. “Make It Last” (featuring David Guetta)
9. “One of Those Nights” (featuring Chris Brown)
10. “Reach for the Stars”
11. “Party Like an Animal” (featuring Redfoo & Eva Simons)
12. “Mona Lisa Smile” (featuring Nicole Scherzinger)
13. “Willpower”
14. “Love Maker” (featuring Ne-Yo)
15. “Flyin’” (featuring Justin Bieber)
16. “All At Once”

Deluxe Edition Tracks:
17. “T.H.E (The Hardest Ever)” (featuring Jennifer Lopez and Mick Jagger)
18. “Great Times”
19. “It” (featuring Cheryl Cole)
20. “Dirty Beat”

Will.I.Am Teams Up With NASA To Broadcast Song From Mars [RS]
Britney Spears, Justin Bieber Pop Up On will.i.am’s #willpower Track List [MTV]