In a now-deleted reel posted to Instagram this week, the “Piece of Me” pop superstar posted one of her signature dance videos, this time spinning and busting a move to the former Fifth Harmony member’s Matoma collaboration, “Higher.”
When Ally saw the clip on Twitter, Ally was thrilled. “OMGGG [crown emoji, dancing emoji, purple heart emoji] I LOVE YOU @BRITNEYSPEARS,” she wrote, sharing a repost of the original video from a fan account.
Ally laid the foundation for her solo career in 2019 with the release of these four singles – “Higher”, “Lips Don’t Lie”, “Low Key” and “No Good”. She has since unveiled a slew of songs, most recently embracing her Mexican-American heritage by dropping the Spanish-language tracks, “Por Ti” and “Tequila,” in 2022.
“My album is going to be very diverse,” the star previously shared Hi of an upcoming debut album. “So there’s songs that are: get ready to dance, get ready to have fun, and like just have fun. Really fun, uplifting songs, very female anthems, and there’s some vibey songs as well .And I feel like my audience might not expect it, but to be able to be in this new chapter in my life where I have a new team now, I’m working with the new system, it’s just given me so vibrant energy in life and inspiration. And it’s unlocked a part of me that I’ve never been able to unlock before.”