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  1. Britney is Trending right now and nothing has happend HER POWER YALL
  2. I like these. The POM one starts at 0:42 and the Womanizer one at 2:55. The POM one really reminds me of the bathroom scene in the music video so it's a pretty cute moment imo
  3. On January 21 2004, Britney appeared at Top of the Pops Germany to promote In the Zone. I think it actually aired on January 22, but it was recorded the day before. I don't know if there's a better quality, but here's the full show And the isolated performances
  4. So Britney is amongst a list of artists with the most Vevo certified music videos (a list currently dominated by Shakira). Understandable, because her videography is iconic. However she has 14 whole vids that haven't reached 100 million yet, some of which are her best so it baffles me. What is your favorite from this list? Ps, I've excluded Outrageous + Overprotected Darkchild because they're not on her main channel, and Kill the lights because it's not an official single. I've also ordered the poll from most views to least with the exception of Do something at the bottom because it is blocked in the UK and i don't know how many views it has. ADVERTISING Skip × ADVERTISING Skip × Skip You better vote, bish!
  5. If she suddenly lost millions of followers it would speak volumes that we the fans are no longer for the bull**** because we know Britney’s not posting. #freebritney
  6. Hey Guys... Today I want to present you some of my new *updated* fan-made artwork for all of the albums. If you haven't seen my previous (bad) artworks here is an old thread I posted a few of them in Here is the NEW artworks! I have based these on Vinyl, as I think they look so much more presentable than if they were on a CD. I have also for the first time made matching back covers UPDATE: Thank you all so much for the love! It really hasn't gone unnoticed. Here is a download link for all the artwork files, without the vinyl mockup: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1YPt-2hHnfoQlthwIP5hj0rymLdCvK4YV?usp=sharing ...Baby One More Time: Oops!...I Did It Again: BRITNEY: IN THE ZONE: BLACKOUT: CIRCUS: FEMME FATALE: BRITNEY JEAN: GLORY (2020 DELUXE EDITION): And that's it! Let me know below what you think of them! I'm personally very happy with the majority of these, I love Circus & Glory
  7. Out of the 6 new songs on the Glory (2020) release, which is your favorite? Feel free to rank them as well! Mood Ring Swimming in the Stars Matches Mood Ring - Pride Remix Mood Ring - Wuki Remix Mood Ring - Ape Drums Remix
  8. Britney had the tradition of releasing at least one cover song in her first three studio albums, and then the first single of her Greatest Hits compilation album. She has always liked giving her own spin to songs of artists that she admires. Like for example: Cher, Madonna, Joan Jett and Suzanne Vega. Here is the list of Britney’s cover songs from another artists (studio versions). 1) “The Beat Goes On”, (originally by Sonny & Cher), 1999. 2) “I’ll Never Stop Loving You”, (originally by J’Son), 1999. 3) “I Can’t Get No (Satisfaction)", (originally by The Rolling Stones), 2000. 4) “You Got It All”, (originally by The Jets), 2000. 5) “I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll”, (originally by The Arrows), 2001. 6) “We Will Rock You", with Beyoncé and Pink (Pepsi Ad), (originally by Queen), 2004. 7) “My Prerogative”, (originally by Bobby Brown), 2004. 8) “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long”, (originally by Otis Redding), 2006/2007. 9) “Everybody”, (sample, originally by Eurythmics), 2007. 10) “Out from Under”, (originally by Joanna Pacitti), 2008. 11) “Burning Up”, (originally by Madonna), 2011. 12) “Tom’s Diner” with Giorgio Moroder, (originally by Suzanne Vega), 2016.
  9. So he’s promoting Britney The Zone on his stories. The one Britney is VEHEMENTLY against supporting, even for $1M. He tags himself in every post he appears in to gain more followers, even in the captions. And he has basically the same caption as Britney on this post. Clearly this is a business arrangement and business is booming for him. But my question is — do you think he runs Britney’s insta?
  10. Would that be a fair statement to make? Lyrically it’s cringeworthy. The production and music itself is not appealing at all. Britney sings very little on it AND with all the drama around JL recently (as a sister and a person), it just adds an extra element of 🤢 to this song.
  11. Britney keeps mentioning it on her Instagram. Any ideas?
  12. On January 10, 2011, Britney Spears released Hold It Against Me, the lead single off her seventh studio album Femme Fatale. It was wrote and produced by Max Martin and Dr. Luke, with additional writing by Bonnie McKee. The EDM track with dubstep elements, was originally offered to Katy Perry, but the producers didn't think it really suited her. The song debuted at #1 on the US Billboard Hot 100, becoming her fourth song to achieve this. With this, Britney Spears became the second artist in Billboard's history to debut at #1 with more than one song, and to do so with a second consecutive single (her previous single 3 also debuted at #1 in 2009), both records behind Mariah Carey. She also became the seventh artist to top the chart in three consecutive decades. It was also #1 in Canada, Denmark, Finland and New Zealand. It also topped the US Dance Club Songs, Dance/Mix Show Airplay and Digital Song Sales charts. The song was made available a day prior to the original release date, following a tweet A demo by Bonie McKee had been leaked on January 06 However, the song wouldn't be performed live until March 25 at Rain Nightclub in the Palms Casino resort in Las Vegas. Here's the rehearsal, btw Then she performed for the first time ever at Good Morning America on March 27, though it aired on March 29. She also performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! the same day. Hold It Against Me was also the opening song from her Femme Fatale Tour later that year. She hasn't performed the song again ever since the tour ended in late 2011. A music video was released in February, directed by Jonas Åkerlund and choreographed by Brian Friedman, following the modest amount of 14 teasers but we'll celebrate that anniversary later. It's worth mentioning, after the song was released, the pop/country duo The Bellamy Brothers complained about the song being too similar to their 1979 single If I Said You Have a Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me. Max Martin, Dr. Luke and Bonnie McKee sued them for defamation and libel, but the case was dismissed after the duo apologized. In 2013 Bonnie explained in an interview for Hollywood Reporter how the song came about:
  13. Is it just me or do the Britney Demos of the official songs sound waaaaay much better (*insert Baga Chipz voice here*) I absolutely love the full versions that are online from Do You Want To Come Over: Make Me: Alien: Break the Ice I love the beats part instead of the humming we got in BlackOut, very Michael Jackson. Toms Diner Telephone
  14. Like 200_ thru 201_? She doesn’t seem to, anymore. —J
  15. Britney Spears' Instagram account posted a photo of her and boyfriend Sam Asghari together in some cool threads with a confidence stance. The caption says she and Sam are going to release an album together and that this is the cover. Produced by Dr. Dre. However, it's just a joke Thoughts? Related:
  16. I've never met Britney and worried I lost my chance forever after Domination was stopped. Now after this pandemic, I'm worried that even if Britney gets her freedom and does another tour someday, meet and greets are no longer something that will be offered. What do you think? It's a great way to make money, but comes at a risk.
  17. @remixedbynick You're amazing and we all LOVE you! I was just wondering if you ever released 'Burning Up' in lossless? I know you did some AMAZING remixes for it! If no, I mean it would be AMAZING if you did Again you're amazing and thank you for always treating us with something to spice up our lives, especially when there isnt much else atm
  18. My friend text me a couple evenings ago now with the following: ”Have you heard Britney Spears - Zombie before? It’s quite good.” I am certain y’all will have heard the recording in question below: And what’s scary is, clearly we can differentiate between this persons voice and Britney’s but for somebody who doesn’t really pay much attention to Britney - she can easily be replicated. Like if they really wanted to they could polish off all sorts of recordings with an imposter and the GP wouldn’t be the wiser... after all not many were in the know and still aren’t when it comes to Britney Jean. I’ll admit even sometimes I’m fooled, I didn’t notice Britney Jean was filled in until I read stuff you guys n gals were posting. I thought Passenger’s famous note at 01:54 was Brit hitting it outta the park I also believed this was her for YEARS: So to boil it down - Azaelia Banks style, what this post is meant to be is just me venting my frustrations and fear that we will begin to get full on fabricated “Britney Spears” records before we see the end of this conservatorship. SITS was such a serve and thanks to the stems we can rest assured that she was present, although imo many blanks were filled in and I just don’t like the idea of the GP catching wind of that and thinking she needs the help when really she doesn’t want to work at the moment. What are y’all thoughts?
  19. Roomie showcased the song on a video titled 'Great Songs with TERRIBLE Music Videos' Also the shade at David La Chapelle in the end I always liked him, we stan
  20. Britney Spears recently posted a video dancing to "Blue Spanish Sky" by Chris Isaak. She followed up with another dance sesh video, this time wearing a two-piece black ensemble. The video also includes her dancing to another one of Isaak's songs titled "Dance with the Devil." Thoughts on Britney's latest homeography, Exhale? Related:
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