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Former High School Musical star Vanessa Hudgens has released a NSFW single titled “$$$ex,” which is accompanied with a dirty music video to promote her latest film Spring Breakers.

In a move to further break herself from her Disney Channel roots, Hudgens has hit a new extreme in the form of all things Spring Breakers.

Hudgens sings about sex, drugs, and alcohol in her latest single, “$$$ex,” influenced by the star’s R-rated flick which is currently in theaters.

The song itself has heavy autotune and dubstep influences, giving it a ‘crazy party scene’ vibe. While this may lend the track for heavy rotation in the club scene, the song is so different from the former Disney star’s previous singles (“Say Ok,” “Sneakernight”) it makes it difficult to even tell that this was Hudgens singing on the single.

“$$ex” is Hudgens’ first single in over four years. Her last musical credits were on the High School Musical 3: Senior Year soundtrack.

Take a listen to Vanessa’s latest single, “$$$ex,” and watch the official NSFW music video below!

Warning, that NSFW warning is not to be taken lightly. Content contains heavy drug use, violence, and language from the movie Spring Breakers.

In related Spring Breakers news, Hudgens’ costar, Selena Gomez, is gearing up to release her own single’s release on April 6 that will serve as a promotion for her third studio album.

The song is titled “Come and Get It,” and while fans have to wait just a bit longer to listen to the track, they can currently enjoy a tease of the single’s official album art.

The picture below, which mixes together images of Spring Breakers and part of the album art of “Come and Get It,” is currently the cover photo on Gomez’s official Facebook page. Tune in to Hypable on April 6 to hear her single.

Selena Gomez Spring Breakers

Spring Breakers saw a U.S. release on March 22. The film also stars Pretty Little Liars star Ashley Benson, Glee star Heather Morris, and Spiderman‘s James Franco. Read our review here.

What do you think about Vanessa Hudgens’ decidedly more adult song “$$$ex”? Do you think that she’s making good career choices with songs and movies such as Spring Breakers, or do you think she would’ve been better off waiting to release such mature content for a few more years?

Featured image source: Muse Pictures
Video source: Rock Mafia’s official YouTube page
Image source: Selena Gomez’s official Facebook page

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1045615098 Riana-Tiana Menezes

    She is definitely going to regret this when she is older. . .

  • M

    Vanessa Hudgens is 24 years old. Rihanna is 25 years old and has produced music just as risque if not more so. It’s only the fact that Hudgens used to be a Disney start that gathers this idea of being too young to produce music and movies such as these. I’m not a fan of her work in general, but I think she’s old enough to do whatever she wants personally.

  • Soysauce11

    Why is it that the author makes it sound like this is a huge scandal? “Do you think she would’ve been better off waiting to release such mature content for a few more years?” She’s 24. How much older must she wait to release “such mature content?” Is 24 not of appropriate age? Does having a Disney start relegate her to ALWAYS stick to the pristine, clean image?
    You’d think after her nude pictures DURING her days of High School Musical would have sent a message.

    • RabbitRabbit

      I dont think the author meant to ask whether she is old enough to handle mature content but whether her brand could handle it. Rihanna who is around the same age started her brand with sexuality whereas Hudgens started off as tiny tots’ squeaky clean role model singing about sneakers. What a celebrity does with themselves has nothing to do with them, but with their brand; that is the cost of that industry.

  • http://twitter.com/AntaraC Antara Chowdhury

    “Selena Gomez, is gearing up to release her own single for Spring Breakers on April 6″

    No, Selena’s new single has NOTHING to do with Spring Breakers. It’s the first single off her new album.

    • Mitchel Clow

      Thanks for filling us in–fixed!

  • http://www.facebook.com/ron.swanson.378 Ron Swanson

    Sheesh…those two are really trying hard to get rid of their Disney image…

  • observer

    *head-desk*

    Can someone say “trying too hard”?

    I get it, you don’t want to be stuck playing disney roles. you want to be taken seriously in the industry.

    playing a fast-loose-look-how much skin-risque stuff I do in one movie doesn’t translate into being taken serious. it translates into “trying too hard and badly”

    there are plenty of other serious roles types that don’t require nudity and $ex to be thought as serious:

    *someone suffering from a physical deformity (missing limb, wheel chair)

    *someone faced with conflicting ideologies (daughter of terrorist who is a pacifist)

    *facing against odds (stranded in the desert, ending homeless)

    etc,etc

  • Jill

    I don’t like this song at all. I prefer her actual voice, not this. I actually love her other songs but I guess this is okay for the movie. I like that they want to see what else they can do as actresses though, I hope the movie is good. I never got a chance to see it yet.

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