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  1. With everything that has happened with the re-release of Mood Ring and how it’s soared to the #1 spot...I’m curious what other Britney songs you think should be re-explored as singles?? Personally, I would LOVE to be involved in some kind of #JusticeFor movement for the songs Unusual You and Just Luv Me. These are two songs I think could have been major successes with the general public as singles and I just wish they’d get their chance to shine and climb the charts. So many missed opportunities!! What does everyone else think? What other Britney songs do you think got overlooked?? #JusticeForUnusualYou #JusticeForJustLuvMe
  2. Personally, I Love Both. “Circus” & “Femme Fatale” Are In My Holy Trinity Britney Albums (The Other Album Is “In The Zone”). The Era’s Are Equally As Dashing, Both Had Their Up’s and Down’s, But Overall, Were Flawless. We Start With The “Circus” Era: “Circus” Era (2008 - 2009) “Circus” Opened Up It’s Era With “Womanizer”, A Rhythmic Pop Song That Was An Overall Smash. Jumping From #96 To #1 In A Single Week, “Womanizer” Became Britney’s 2nd #1 In The U.S. In The U.K., It Peaked At #3. It Was A Worldwide Hit, Selling Over 12 Million Copies To Date. It Was Nominated For A Grammy For “Best Dance Recording”. “Womanizer” Was A Legendary Comeback For The Queen. Following That, Brit Released The Album’s Title Track, “Circus” As It’s Second Single. This Marked An Other Success For Britney, Debuting And Peaking At #3, It Marked Her 7th Top 10 Hit In The United States. Following This Huge Success, She Released Her Highly Anticipated Album, “Circus”, It Debuted At #1 In The U.S., Selling 505,000 Copies In It’s First Week. This Marked Britney’s 5th Album To Reach Number 1, Making Her The Youngest Artist To Have Five Number 1 Albums On The Billboard 200. With This Success Under Her Belt, She Launched Arguably The Biggest Comeback Tour Of The 2000s, “The Circus Starring: Britney Spears”, In Just 97 Shows The Tour Grossed Over $131.8 Million. In March Of 2009, Britney Released The 3rd Single From Her Record, “If U Seek Amy”, To Lukewarm Success. The Track Peaked At #19 On The Billboard Hot 100 & #20 On The U.K. Singles Chart. Although Not Being A Chart Success Like It’s Predecessor Singles, It Did Become A Fan Favourite. The Fourth And Final Single Was Released In June Of 2009, “Radar”, Originally Released On 2007s “Blackout”, Was Met With Modest Success, But Remains As One Of Her Best Works. The Single Peaked At #88 In The U.S. & #46 In The U.K. To Add To The Excitement Of This Spectacular Era, Britney Released Her Second Greatest Hits Compilation, Titled “The Singles Collection”. It Spawned One New Single, “3”, The Track Debuted And Peaked At #1 On The U.S. Billboard Hot 100, And #7 On The U.K Official Singles Chart. “3” Has Sold 4.9 Million Copies To Date. Overall, “Circus” Marked Brit’s Official Comeback As A Main Pop Girl, And Cemented Her Position As The Queen Of Pop, Yes I Said It, The Queen Of Pop. Personally, This Era Is Among Her Best, But Not Her Best, It Lacked Togetherness. There Were So Many Things That Could Have Been Done Different During This Era That Would Have Made It So Much Better. (7.5/10) For Me Personally. Moving On..... Let’s Take A Look At The “Femme Fatale” Era: ”Femme Fatale” Era (2011) After The Success That Was The “Circus” Era, Britney Started Her Next LP Project. “Femme Fatale” Started On January 11th, 2011. The Albums Lead Single, “Hold It Against Me”, A Thumping Dance Club Anthem That Was A Record Breaking Smash. The Single Debuted And Peaked at #1 On The United States Billboard Hot 100, Selling 411,000 Copies In It’s First Week. The Track Hit #6 In The U.K. And Was A Success In Many Other Territories. The Song Was A Global Smash, Marking Yet Another Triumph For Britney. Following “Hold It Against Me”, Brit Released “Till The World Ends”. Arguably The Biggest Hit From The “Femme Fatale” Era. The Remix (Featuring Nicki Minaj & Kesha) Peaked At #3, And Stayed On The Charts For 24 Weeks. After Seeing Massive Success With The Singles, Brit Released Her 7th Studio Album. “Femme Fatale” Debuted At Number 1, Selling 275,000 Copies In It’s First Week. Marking Britney’s 6th Number 1 Album On The Billboard 200. Just Days After Her LP Reached Number 1, Brit Teamed Up With Pop Princess Rihanna (Fun Personal Fact: Rihanna Is My Favourite Artist Besides Britney) . There Remix Of “S&M”, Peaked At #1 On The Billboard Hot 100, Marking Britney’s 5th Number 1 Single. Her Second Number One Single Of 2011. Her 3rd Top Ten Of The Year. The Remix Has Sold 1.8 Million Copies To Date. Following That, Britney Released Her 3rd Single From “Femme Fatale”, “I Wanna Go” Was Her Biggest Solo Radio Hit Ever. “I Wanna Go” Peaked At #7 On The Billboard Hot 100. Then Britney Started Her “Femme Fatale Tour”, Throughout 79 Shows, Which Grossed Over $68 Million, The Fourth And Final Single, Was “Criminal”. The Song Received Small Success, Peaking At #55. For Me, “Femme Fatale” Was Spectacular. This Time Around, It Lacked Britney Herself. She Clearly Was Not Happy During This Time, But She Did Serve Looks. I Always Loved Her Looks From The Videos, She Looked Great. (8/10) For Me Personally. What Do You Think? Which Era Was Better? Sound Off!
  3. OMG I got so excited 😄 didn’t expect it at all it’s at the beginning of the movie and the scene is in a really positive way I laughed out loud. It’s on Amazon prime in the U.K. if any of you want to watch it.
  4. 1. Britney was the first and one of only two females this millennium to have scored four Number 1 singles in less than 12 months over 2003-2004. Ariana Grande managed the same 15 years later. 2. Britney scored more Number 1 singles than any other female artist in the Noughties, with 5 (Me Against The Music, Toxic, Everytime, My Prerogative, Piece Of Me). 3. Tied with Rihanna and Madonna on eight, Britney is the female artist with the most Number 1s ever in Ireland. 4. Britney has scored more Number 1s in Ireland than in any other European country. The only country has had more chart-topping success in is Canada, where she has claimed nine Number 1 hits. 5. The pop princess' most streamed song? It's her 2004 chart topper Toxic, which has racked up 3.17 million plays since the Official Charts Company began compiling data for Ireland in 2017. 6. Despite peaking in the Top 10 the world over, the only country that Piece Of Me reached Number 1 in was Ireland. The track climbed to the top spot in its fourth week on chart in January 2008, dethroning X Factor winner Leon Jackson. 7. Britney’s next single Break The Ice also charted higher in Ireland than in any other country, peaking at Number 7. 8. Britney has had three Irish Number 1 albums: Mr Prerogative (2004); Blackout (2007); and Glory (2017), with Ireland being only one of three countries (alongside the Czech Republic and Italy) that the latter topped the charts in. 9. Although it didn't top the Official Irish Albums Chart (it peaked at Number 2) Circus is Britney’s fastest-selling album. It shifted 7222 copies in its first week in November 2008 and was held off Number 1 by The Priests’ self-titled album. 10. Britney’s fastest-selling Number 1 album is greatest hits collection My Prerogative. 5,430 copies were picked up in its first seven days on sale in 2004.
  5. I love this song so much, but to be honest her French sounds like she is/speaks portuguese, some of them have a very distinctive accent when they speak french... Starting from the very first sentence, which is spelled J'oublie le monde, it sounds like she says J'oubliay lay monday, when she should pronounce it J'oublee le mond I do not get why nobody helped her with her pronunciation, the song could have been way better, but thank you for trying Brit
  6. When the single Oops i did it again came out many pointed out how similar the beat and music was similar with Baby One more time, with time the single stood the test of time and even became a more loved song than BOMT and earned it iconic status for the Titanic breakdown and the red catsuit.. But beyond the similarity Oops i did it again album had many songs that were hit eligible like - Don't go knocking my door What you see ( is what you get) and, Can't make you love They were edgy hard hitting beats and very dance songs . The album was more mature lyrically the music was more evolved than BOMT. if there is a list of best sophomore albums Opps shud be on it cuz lived up to its predecessor and even outdid it in some ways .
  7. a video i did of her song .. i apologize if this is not allowed in these forums .. ideo
  8. Inspired from @Britney_Love_Fan with her Irish chart history for Britney, I decided to also do a commercial performance history of Britney. So here’s a quick run-through the Indian music market: The Indian music market is a hard market like China to break through, as Bollywood soundtracks and music are in the upfront of the Indian music market. Physical sales in India have not had a bad downfall, but faced a slight decline through the years. So for western artist, like Beyoncé who are very famous in Western, don’t have as much as popularity in the South-east Asian markets. However, artist like MJ, Madonna and Britney have successfully managed to break through that market. So here are the album sales of Britney in India:- Baby one more time- 75k (5x platinum) Oops I did it again-55k (3x platinum) Britney- 35k (2x platinum) In The Zone- 25k (Platinum) GH: MP- 25K (Platinum) Blackout- 3k (Gold) Circus- 4K (Gold) TSC- 2k (Gold) Sources for femme fatale to Glory I couldn’t find but she has sold over 200k albums in India. Pretty good for a western artist and has performed far better in India compared to her fellow peers.
  9. Hi Exhale! I Posted About B10 Yesterday But I’m Posting About It Again. I Saw This Online And Obviously It’s Just A Fan Theory But I Thought It Was Interesting So I Decided To Share It. Considering All Of The Negativity Going On Right Now (The George Floyd Incident) Which Is Atrocious And Absolutely Horrifying That Something Like That Could Happen In 2020, But Hey That’s These Insane Conservatives. I Wanted To Spread Some Positivity, The Theory Goes That Britney’s Post With The Young Boy Listening To Music And She Captioned It “What Do You Think He’s Listening To??” Is A Hint At The Possible Release Of B10, The Post Was Quite Intriguing & Caught My Attention. Maybe I’m Reaching (Honestly I Don’t There Will B10 Will Get Released Until At Least November 2020 But Probably Not Until 2021) What Do You Guys Think?
  10. Added: It looks like we are missing quite a few numbers of bonus songs that haven't been added to streaming services. We need Quicksand
  11. I Have Not Really Experienced A Proper “Era” I Became A Stan Towards The End Of The Glory Era So I Didn’t Get To Experience The Anticipation Of The Singles, The Album Announcement Ect. What Do You Think B10 Sounds Like? I Mean, We Know Justin Tranter Is The Executive Producer, Danja Produced A Few Tracks, I’m Not Sure If Any Other Producers We Confirmed Or Not. ‘Glory’ & ‘Blackout’ Are The Complete Opposite Of Each Other So Would It Be Somewhere In The Middle Of Those 2 Sounds I Suppose.
  12. So Britney fans from all over the world decided to make video using their pictures. It's so cute!
  13. Her silence is deafening. We have not heard anything from Britney herself about Mood Ring like we did with Glory going #1 on iTunes. That article that recently came out about her being in a mental health facility again also adds fuel to the fire. Where is Britney?
  14. TTWE has never been more relevant, Global Corona Shutdown, Major US riots and looting. Let’s bring back TTWE and use the apocalyptic mood rn to make it rise again! It’s already back on the top ITunes MV. Spread challenges on IG and Tik Tok and let it riiiiise. Spread the wooooord.
  15. The incredible Britney Online youtube channel has uploaded a rare Italian performance of a young barely 17 year old Britney Spears slaying vocals and choreo. I've never seen this and I like to think I'm a BIG stan. So enjoy to all those who have not seen this, but also those who have seen it. Let's all watch and do the choreo in our rooms! Stream Mood Ring on Spotify today
  16. https://www.instagram.com/maddojdj/ Hi ya'll! decided to show some of my thought processes on insta / yotuube. I have a few mixes and making more that have a lot of B in them because I Stan, and are just a classic 00's time. Enjoy and please let me know what you think!
  17. #1 single on iTunes since release. Pretty much dominating the top ten musuc videos chart.. I hope Britney re thinks about retirement.. I hope she sees this and realizes that She still is loved and people want new music in their life. There is still a demand for Britney. The American dream
  18. Love me down was a song that had potential of being a single the beat was fresh and reminded me of her older song The Hook Up which was way ahead of its time with dance floor music and its fresh beat.. Liar as well wud have been a good single , her raspy voice on the song was a new style and suited her a lot , a mashup i did of the song liar with an eminem song that both sounded perfectly suited for eachother ...
  19. The Holy Spearit has a bad habit of hiding a treasure trove of bops on the deluxe edition of her albums. That was especially the case here. And one of the best of the lost hits was “Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortes).” Co-written by the likes of powerhouse duo Julia Michaelsand Justin Tranter, the bilingual smash carries a distinctly Latin flavor. On it, Britney pleads with a lover to stop being so damn polite and take things to the sexy next level. “You don’t wanna cross the line, but I’ma make you change your mind,” she coos over a beguiling production. How do you say no to that prospect? Released before the height of “Despacito,” it’s proof that the hitmaker truly had her finger on the pulse. And it very easily could have earned her a chart-dominating smash had it ever gotten a chance. Despite never releasing it as a single, Britney seems to know “Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortes)” is a fan favorite. So much so that she added it to the setlist of her Piece Of Me Tour complete with Instagram-sampled choreography in 2018. Although that’s not enough to make up for the injustice of it being hidden away from all but the most devoted stans, it’s a start. Revisit the much-loved anthem below and show it the respect it truly deserves.
  20. Literally zero videos of the actual documentary available. Can’t find it online either!!!! very strange....
  21. https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/britney-spears-20th-anniversary-oops-i-did-it-again-new-podcast-1006112/
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