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    On the 30th of June 2010, Australian Pop Queen Kylie Minogue released her eleventh studio album Aphrodite. It peaked at #2 in Australia, beaten by Eminem’s Recovery, but peaked at #1 in the UK earning Kylie a Guinness World Record for achieving the most consecutive decades with top 5 albums in the UK. Aphrodite was also a top 5 album in Belgium, France, Greece, Spain, and Switzerland. The lead single All The Lovers was an instant fan favourite and peaked at #3 in the UK and was a top 10 hit in several countries. To sum up, Kylie was still serving #1 albums, top 10 singles and fan favourite tracks on her eleventh studio album. A pop legend.
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    Rolling Stone's Dan Reilly highlighted the song's catchiness, writing "now that you've heard it, try and get it out of your head".
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    On July 1, 2009 the Britney Spears' Radar video leaked online ahead of time. It was directed by Dave Meyers who had already worked with Britney in the past for the videos Lucky, Boys and Outrageous. Meyers claimed the video pays tribute to the music video of Madonna's 1994 single "Take a Bow". He added, "[we were] looking for a way to take her into a contemporary, classy environment. I felt empowered by referencing Madonna's video. Britney hasn't done anything like that".
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    On June 22, 2011, Britney Spears released the music video for I Wanna Go, the third single off her album Femme Fatale. The music video for "I Wanna Go" was directed by Stewart Hannah and filmed in Los Angeles, California. Spears first contacted Piliero and asked him to put together a concept for the video. The main idea for Marrs Piliero came from the lyric "be a little inappropriate", which stood out for him, but he did not want to make a video about sexual inappropriateness. Piliero wrote the opening press conference scene as a tribute to the film Half Baked (1998), which he is a fan of. He explained, "That scene resonates with everyone as the epitome of the greatest way to quit your job, and just blow people off. [...] I felt like that would just be such a perfect way for her to tell the reporters to eff off." Marrs Piliero first asked actor Kellan Lutz to co-star the clip with Spears; however, Lutz turned down the role, saying that "there were a couple of weird things about the part that didn't make sense", including the scene where he was going to pour milk on himself. Piliero then thought of asking one of the stars of Half Baked, Guillermo Díaz, to be part of the video, explaining that it "would make it come full circle." Piliero watched all of Spears' videos and wanted to pull what he loved from them, but also give it something fresh. Piliero felt that all of her references to the paparazzi in her previous videos had been more of a statement than an action, and for "I Wanna Go", he wanted her to have the opportunity to fight back. Piliero had the concept nearly finished by the time he met with Spears. Both wanted to explore fun ways for Spears to be inappropriate in the video, who had several ideas, such as a cop frisking her. Having seen Spears on How I Met Your Mother and Saturday Night Live, Piliero felt that none of her videos had really taken advantage of her comedic timing, saying, "She never had a music video where she could show her acting chops and have fun with comedy while being super badass. That was my goal from day one: I wanted her to be funny, badass and super cool." During the first day of the shoot, he requested Spears to "have as much fun as possible over these next two days". Pilliero also stated that the Crossroads (2002) reference "is a fun Easter egg for fans. Plus, Die Hard 2: Die Harder is the most ridiculously awesome way to title a sequel. It just felt like the right thing to do. When Britney saw it, she loved it." Source
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    On July 20, 2004, Britney Spears released Outrageous as the fourth and final single off her fourth studio album In the Zone. It was written and produced by R. Kelly, with vocal production provided by Trixster and Penelope Magnet. It was the record label's choice for first and second single, but Spears pushed for Me Against the Music and Toxic respectively, to be released instead. It was finally announced as a single after it was selected as the theme song for the 2004 film Catwoman. It peaked at #79 on the BBH100. The song was only performed live at The Onyx Hotel Tour in 2004 A music video for the song was being shot in June of that year by Dave Meyers, which was set to premiere on June 28. However, the video was cancelled after Britney injured her knee while performing a dance routine. The Onyx Hotel Tour got cancelled as well. A composite of different scenes from the footage they got, was released on the Greatest Hits: My Prerogative DVD later in 2004. It had the guest appearance of Snoop Dog.
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    On October 31, 2005, Britney Spears released the single And Then We Kiss. The original song failed to make the cut on her fourth studio album In the Zone, so it was later remixed by Junkie XL to be included on B in the Mix: The Remixes and also the EP Key Cuts from Remixed. The remix was released as the promotional single from the album in Australia and New Zealand. The original version by Taylor leaked online in September 2011. The Junkie XL Remix of "And Then We Kiss" is a euro-trance song with influences of techno and usage of dance-rock guitars, synthesizers and symphonic strings. The song failed to appear on any major charts. However, it peaked at number fifteen on the US Billboard Hot Dance Airplay. The song appears in Dance Dance Revolution Supernova 2.
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    On November 22, 2005 Britney Spears released her first remix album B in the Mix: The Remixes. The album contains remixes of tracks from her first four studio albums—...Baby One More Time (1999), Oops!... I Did It Again (2000), Britney (2001) and In the Zone (2003)—a remix of Someday (I Will Understand), and a remix of a new track And Then We Kiss. The remixes were done by DJs such as Peter Rauhofer and Stuart Price. The music was influenced by various genres of electronic music, such as ambient and techno. It peaked at #134 on the Billboard 200 chart and at #4 on the Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart. Tracklist: Toxic (Peter Rauhofer Reconstruction Mix (Edit)) Me Against the Music ft. Madonna (Justice Remix) Touch of My Hand (Bill Hamel Remix) Breathe on Me (Jacques Lu Cont's Thin White Duke Mix) I'm a Slave 4 U (Dave Audé Slave Driver Mix) And Then We Kiss (Junkie XL Remix) Everytime (Valentin Remix) Early Mornin' (Jason Nevins Remix) Someday (I Will Understand) (Hi-Bias Signature Radio Remix) ...Baby One More Time (Davidson Ospina 2005 Remix) Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know (Hex Hector Club Mix (Edit)) Bonus tracks from across the different versions: Stronger (Mac Quayle Mixshow Edit) I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman (Metro Remix) Someday (I Will Understand) ft. MCU (Gota Remix) Toxic (Peter Rauhofer Reconstruction Mix (Radio Edit)) Touch of My Hand (Bill Hamel Dub) I'm a Slave 4 U (Dave Audé Slave Driver Extended Mix)
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    On September 27, 2005, Britney & Kevin: Chaotic... the DVD & More was released in the United States. he DVD contains the series' five episodes, as well as unreleased footage and music videos for Do Somethin' and Someday (I Will Understand). Also included is a photo gallery of the couple's wedding ceremony. Spears' first extended play of the same name was included as a bonus CD to the DVD release. Britney & Kevin: Chaotic... the DVD: Can You Handle My Truth Who Said Anything About Love ...Scared to Love You Magic Happens Veil of Secrecy Britney & Kevin: Chaotic... the DVD - Bonus features: Someday (I Will Understand) (The Making of) Someday (I Will Understand) (Music video) Do Somethin' (Music video)
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    On September 26, 2005, Britney Spears released her first extended play Britney & Kevin: Chaotic. It was derived from her first reality show of the same name, which used the track Chaotic as its intro. Someday (I Will Understand) was the only official single that came from this EP, but Chaotic was promoted in Japan as well. It consists of 3 tracks: Chaotic Someday (I Will Understand) Mona Lisa The UK and Japan versions got the bonus track Over to You Now, while the International version got Someday (I Will Understand) (Hi-Bias Signature Radio Remix).
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    On August 18, 2005, Britney Spears released Someday (I Will Understand) as the lead and only single off her EP Britney & Kevin: Chaotic. Spears wrote the song two weeks before knowing she was pregnant with her first child, Sean Preston Federline. A pop ballad, its lyrics refer to a feeling of empowerment as a pregnant woman. A remixed version of the song was included on the 2005 remix compilation, B in the Mix: The Remixes.
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    On June 22, 2009 Britney Spears released Radar as the fourth and final single from her album Circus. The song was originally released as part of Blackout (2007) and was even intended to be released as the fourth single off that album. However, it was cancelled and ended up being included as a bonus track on Circus It peaked at #88 on the BBH100 and at #30 on the Pop Songs chart.
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    On June 12, 2015, Giorgio Moroder released his fourteenth studio album Déjà Vu. It featured artists like Britney Spears (Tom's Diner), Kylie Minogue (Right Here, Right Now) and Sia (Déjà Vu) It reached #1 on the US Billboard Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart.
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    On June 18, 2010, Miley Cyrus unleashed 'Can't Be Tamed.' It debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 with 102K.
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    On June 20, 2000 Britney launched her 3rd tour titled after he 2nd album Oops I Did It Again in Columbia, Maryland! The tour ran till January 18, 2001 and consisted of 88 shows. The most she has done is any of her previous tours at this time. The set list was comprised of 12 songs and a encore, including "(You Drive Me) Crazy" "Stronger" "What U See (Is What U Get)" "From the Bottom of My Broken Heart" "Born to Make You Happy" "Lucky" "Sometimes" "Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know" "The Beat Goes On" "Don't Go Knockin' on My Door" "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" "...Baby One More Time" Encore "Oops!... I Did It Again" I LOVE this tour almost as much as I love DWAD or Oynx! The outfits the hair the LIVE VOCALS!! It gives me LIFE!! Enjoy!
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    29 years ago Paula Abdul topped the Billboard hot 100 with Rush, Rush. The first single from 1991's Spellbound was a very big caculated Risk. Paula was originally known for her dance pop hits. Such as straight up, Cold hearted,etc. However Forever your Girl housed only one Ballad Next to You.. However Spellbound was a more mature and sophisticated album. She also jettsoned every producer on Forever your girl. Saying it was the wisest decision. I could've played it safe and Made Forever your Girl, Pt. 2. But that would be playing safe. Nobody likes a safe artist. Especially credit to Madonna who made it known change your producers and sound and image each time a new album is out. The track was huge and defined the summer of 91 as the summer of Love and Romance. As the biggest hits of that Sumner was Paula Abdul's Rush, Rush and Bryan Adams Everything I do (I do it for you). Also at that Rush, Rush was the biggest female hot 100 #1 since Madonna's Like A Virgin which led a six week reign on top. Stream the classic 1991 album to hear her work with the family stand, Prince and a few others. Plus even the legendary Stevie wonder on will you marry me?. Which Paula Abdul herself is updating a video by including her LGBT fans since that's her biggest fan base.
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    On June 14, 2005, the music video for Someday (I Will Understand) premiered during the fifth and last episode of the reality show Britney & Kevin: Chaotic, titled 'Veil of Secrecy'. The music video features a pregnant Spears lying in bed and walking around a house while singing to her unborn child. It was directed by Michael Haussman. That year, the video landed at #10 in the yearly Top 100 that MTV Latin America used to do.
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    Okay it's been a dramatic few days BUT #JusticeForBlackout is now happening June 15th! We are streaming the Standard Version on Spotify and US iTunes Some say Blackout doesn't need a justice campaign but if there's a chance it will make Britney happy and even hit the #1 spot it was robbed of originally, what harm is there in doing it I repeat: THIS NO LONGER CONFLICTS WITH THE JUSTICE FOR BIONIC CAMPAIGN #JusticeForBlackout
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