This Might Be Britney Spears’ ‘Glory’ Tracklist: Round 2

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We’ll get Britney’s Glory tracklist soon enough, but this is what fans are speculating it is.

Last week, a purported tracklist for Britney Spears’ forthcoming album Glory made the rounds, but after further investigation… it appears some fan-fiction got the best of us. We can’t say the same about this latest version, which claims to reveal titles of the 12 songs featured on the standard version. Britney Fansite BS Chile claims to have obtained the correct tracklist, which features a couple of songs we know to exist: “Slumber Party” and “Man On The Moon,” and several others fans have speculated about, like “Capsize” and “Liar.”

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According to the screen grab below, track number seven is titled “Just Like Me,” which has been known as “Just Luv Me” for months. A snippet of that song even surfaced last week, and if it is indeed Britney singing, she says the words “just love me,” which makes this list a little less credible.


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Alleged Britney Spears Glory Tracklist:

1. Invitation
2. “Make Me” featuring G-Eazy
3. Private Show
4. Man On The Moon
5. What U Need
6. Clumsy
7. Just Like Me
8. Slumber Party
9. Capsize
10. Liar
11. In My Mind featuring Missy Elliott
12. Rose

The first tracklist did feature Missy Elliott, but on a song titled “Trick Or Treat.” It’s entirely plausible the princess of pop is teaming up with the hip-hop legend. Brit recently added an entire segment of her Piece Of Me show dedicated to Missy.

It’s also worth mentioning the closing track “Rose,” which fans believe to be a ballad. Britney alluded to the song on Instagram a few months ago, posting a picture of a rose and saying:

“I know, what’s with the flowers? I think it’s just summer and I’m absolutely obsessed with picking them out of my garden every year,” Britney wrote. “This one is very special because my amazing A&R Karen played me my favorite song I wrote maybe 7 months ago and it reminded me of why I do what I do. It’s art. It doesn’t come easy but when it does it’s pure magic!”


We’ll know for sure come August 26 when Glory debuts.

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