Spice Girls to release first new music since 2007 and even Victoria Beckham is involved
The Spice Girls are to release a new song for the first time since 2007 and includes vocals from Victoria Beckham.
To mark their 25th anniversary, the 90s girl group have announced they will be putting out a previously unreleased power ballad called Feed Your Love which they recorded when they were younger.
The song will be featured on the bands Wannabe25EP which goes on sale next month, and fans are already desperate to get their hands on it.
The emotional song is thought not to have hit the charts because it was considered too racy for their young audience at the time.
But as their fanbase have grown and matured over the past two decades, the girl group will finally be able to share their music with the world.
The previously unreleased song was written by the Spice Girls and Wannabe co-writers Richard 'Biff' Stannard and Matt Rowe back in the day, but fans will soon be able to sing along to the hit song when it drops next month.
However some lucky fans have already managed to get a sneak peek at the soulful track after it was leaked online back in 2016.
Other songs on Wannabe25 will include the original single and remix which was originally a bonus track on the 2 Become 1 single which hit the top 10 in 1996.
The album Wannabe hit number 1 in the same year during the peak of the group's international fame and quickly became their best-selling song, which has now become the longest-reigning number 1 song ever hit by a girl group.
During lockdown, the girls have been thinking of a way to celebrate the success of the 90s song as the countdown to their milestone anniversary approached.
Fans knew something big was coming for the anniversary occasion after they saw Victoria share a rare throwback snaps of the group together from the 90s.
But fans are over the moon with the announcement after they heard Victoria , who recently came under fire for her £80 charity T-shirts, was included in the new music as well as the opportunity to share their love for the group online.
But that's not all, after Baby Spice Emma Bunton hinted that there could be another tour on the cards which could also include the fashion mogul.
The band has also launched the #IAmASpicGirl campaign which asks fans to share their connection with the girl band with a chance to be featured on the Spice Girls website and socials.
Fans have been invited to send in videos and messages of their relationship with the group using the hashtag or email email@example.com.
This comes after this group reportedly approached a renowned screenwriter about a return to the big screen for a sequel to the 1997 film Spice World.
According to reports, the project is being spearheaded by Ginger Spice Geri Horner, 48, with Melanie C, 47, Emma Bunton, 45, and Mel B, 46, already on board for the reboot with the hopes that Victoria Beckham will join too.