A servant of the Holy Spearit has done the unthinkable. They devised an ingenious plan to trick Britney Spears’ label, RCA, into sharing a ton of unreleased music with them.

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A servant of the Holy Spearit has done the unthinkable. They devised an ingenious plan to trick Britney Spears’ label, RCA, into sharing a ton of unreleased music with them.

According to TMZ, the imposter created a fake email address and pretended to be the princess of pop’s longtime manager, Larry Rudolph, and managed to convince them to upload 49 digital files. For the record, the addy that was used is [email protected] It no longer works. I tried. I sent an email to them with “lmao” in the subject line and I received an “Address not found” bounce back. I want them to know they are my hero.

Law enforcement says the suspect received 12 Glory tracks. That means, assuming each digital file that was uploaded is a different song, there are 37 songs unaccounted for. I presume all of the music uploaded was created during the Glory era.

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TMZ reports: “Law enforcement obtained search warrants in October 2016 and June 2017 to search AOL and Microsoft records for the suspect’s email account — and they now have a suspect. They say he’s an attorney who’s studying intellectual property law at UCLA.” The suspect in question denies any responsibility.

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Whomever is behind this… hand the tracks over, sis. Glory leftovers are too flawless to be left on the cutting room floor, and we’re hungry.

Those files now exist somewhere outside the RCA firewall. It’s probably only a matter of time until they mysteriously surface. Someone at the label should probably start sending out résumés.

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14 Responses

  1. “Glory” has been Britney’s best record in years, but the way that RCA and Maverick have handled it is piss poor, so we deserve this material. Though, girl, instead of the tracks, why didn’t you steal the final cut of the original “Make Me” music video. C’mon, priorities! Or the “Original Doll” record. We know it’s out there, and someone has it!

    1. I have to agree with you. GLORY is one of Britney’s best albums to date and the way her record company handled the promotion of the album was just awful. There should have been a couple of t.v performances with Britney singing some of the Glory tracks but live with a band. The most baffling is the releasing of just 2 singles off such a good album, there should have been 2 more singles released off the album, with Slumber Party as the last single. I also do not understand why more tracks were not part of her Piece of Me show, especially since some of the tracks are beyond amazing. It’s like there was a conspiracy to see the album fail.

      1. I think the underlying issue was Vegas and I truly believe that the show has always been the major focus of her team: it’s where the money is coming in for them, is Vegas!

  2. Did ya’ll even read the real article? People sent this fake (posing as her manager) songs they wanted Britney to record. These are just hopeful (probably amateur) producers desperate to get Britney on a song, not actual songs Britney recorded or even knows about.

    1. That’s actually not what it says haha. From TMZ: “the suspect impersonated Larry Rudolph, Brit’s longtime manager, and emailed RCA Records to ask for tracks that at the time were unreleased…” Elsewhere: “RCA reps got duped and uploaded 49 digital files.”

  3. How about we just respect what’s she’s released so far and stop badgering people to release unfinished projects… True fans defend artists not try to steal and demand stuff from them!

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