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  1. On September 28, 2016, Britney Spears was interviewed at The Jonathan Ross show, and she also performed Make Me..., the lead single off Glory. The show didn't air until October 1st, though. In the interview she talked about her love for rice, dating lizard people, admitted to farting onstage and also played some games, including singing Shake It Off after inhaling helium from a ballon. Most noteworthy, people who attended the filming of the episode revealed she also talked about drug use and the party scene in Vegas, but most importantly, that she allegedly talked about her conservatorship and the restrictions it has when it comes to recording her music. Such declarations were cut from the show when it aired on October 1st.
  2. On August 28, 2016 the VMA's were held at Madison Square Garden in Manhattan. Rihanna received the Video Vanguard Award, and Beyoncé won 8 awards that night, overtaking Madonna's record of most moonmen with a total of 26. That year, also marked the return of Britney Spears to the VMA's stage since her last, heavily criticized performance in 2007. Britney performed the lead single off her ninth studio album Glory, Make Me... which features rapper G-Eazy. He joined her onstage to do his rap, and then the performance transitioned to Me, Myself and I, a song originally performed by G-Eazy and Bebe Rexha. They closed the number by doing the final part of Make Me...
  3. On August 26, 2016, Britney Spears released her ninth studio album Glory, her latest to this day. The recording process started since 2014 and it took about two and a half years to complete. She recorded around 30 - 40 songs, according to some interviews she gave. Six months into the recording process, Britney felt dissatisfied with the results, so Karen Kwak was brought onto the record to work as the executive producer. She picked the producers and writers inspired by the sounds of her previous albums, such as Blackout and In the Zone. Karen said: " Pretty Girls wasn't original. Britney wanted to do things that were fresh and unexpected this time. There was never a moment where she was given a song, and anybody said, 'This is a hit. You have to sing it'. Britney pursued the songs she wanted to do for herself. She came up with concepts and melodies. It's her baby. It's like being an athlete. If you're doing it that much, you're getting yourself into shape. She was always ready to work during the album sessions, and it was very important to her to be done by a certain time so she could pick up her boys from school." The producers that worked on the album were BloodPop, Burns, Cashmere Cat, DJ Mustard, Jason Evigan, Oak Felder, Andrew Goldstein, Oscar Görres, Ian Kirkpatrick, Mattman & Robin, Nick Monson, Alex Nice, Robopop, Lance Eric Shipp, Twice as Nice, and Tramaine Winfrey with songwriting credits by Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter, Nick Monson, among others including Britney herself. It has 18 tracks on the deluxe version, with the 18th track, Mood Ring, originally being released only in Japan. The official singles off the album were Make Me... and Slumber Party. Before the release of the record, three promotional singles were revealed: Pretty Girls, Clumsy and Do You Wanna Come Over? In 2020, Mood Ring was released as a promotional single as well, after it was made available worldwide. The album was sold in some Mexico City stores ahead of the scheduled date, on August 20, leaking into the internet that very same day. Nonetheless, the album debuted at #3 on the US BBH100 after it managed to move 111K equivalent units during its first week. However, to this day it's the only album of hers that hasn't reached the gold status for sales in the US. In 2017, an exclusive version of the album was released in Japan and other countries to promote her Asian tour Britney: Live in Concert. It contained two discs, one with the 18 Glory tracks, and the second one with the studio version of the songs from the setlist of the show, with the exception of Me Against the Music which appears as the Dragon Man Mix. And in 2020, after Glory hit the #1 spot on the iTunes Pop Chart, Britney released a new cover for the album, which was made available on all digital platforms. You can stream the full album below or on Spotify here
  4. Continuing with my “Reimagined” series, I am reimagining Glory and the era that could have been. I tried my best Britney Jean: Reimagined -> Back in 2014, she re-recorded either Toxic or Breathe on Me for the 50 shades movie, with its own MV It becomes a top 10 hit Maybe another Documentary, too, for the album. The Tracklist: Invitation Make Me... Do You Wanna Come Over? Man on the Moon Just Luv Me Private Show Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortes) Liar Just Like Me Slumber Party ft. Rihanna Love Me Down Hard to Forget Ya What You Need Deluxe Tracks: Clumsy Better If I’m Dancing Mood Ring Coupure Électrique Japanese Exclusive Track: 1. Apology Singles: “Just Luv Me” Released on Valentine’s Day with a lyric video. A buzz single, performed the day of the POM reboot. It would be sent out to radio. #93 debut. 1 week “Love Me Down” Released on May 20 as the lead single. The video would be something fun, flirty, and classic Britney. Performed at the BBMAS #1 debut. #9 weeks “Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortes)” Released June 24 as the second single. Lots of radio play. Performed on talk shows. #6 debut. #6 weeks “Liar” Released July 31 as the third single #10 debut. #6 weeks Album drops August 12 Debuts at #1 “Make Me...” Released on August 22 as the fourth single. Original video is released same day. #17 debut. #7 weeks “Slumber Party ft. Rihanna” Released November 16 as the final single. Performed at the AMAs. #21 debut. 4 weeks How would you guys change the Glory Era?
  5. On August 5, 2016, Britney Spears released the Make Me... music video featuring G-Eazy. After two months since we knew that she had started shooting a music video for the lead single off Glory, and after some clips had started leaking, we were finally able to enjoy the video, except that, well, it turned out to be something completely different than the David LaChapelle-directed music video that we were expecting to see. This new video was shot on July 16 and it was directed by Randee St. Nicholas. In late July, Britney talked about it: "The video that I just shot is me and all my girls. We're making guys audition for us. The whole theme is us basically playing with them. It's really kind of fun and it's interesting". At the moment we weren't sure if they had re-shot the video altogether or if it was just a new part of the plot we hadn't heard before. In all fairness, @Blackout ***** tried to warn us In September, Larry Rudolph, Britney's manager, explained the situation in an interview for Los Angeles Times: Exactly the explanation the Britney Army wanted to hear The video got a different version released in September through the mobile app Britney Spears: American Dream. A rough cut from the original LaChapelle video leaked in 2019. What is your favorite part of the video? What are your memories from when it premiered?
  6. On July 15, 2016, Britney Spears released Make Me... as the lead single off her ninth studio album Glory. It featured the rapper G-Eazy. The track was written by Britney, Matthew Burns, Joe Janiak and G-Eazy, while produced by Burns, with Mischke serving as a vocal producer. Commercially, the song reached top-ten peaks in Finland, Hungary, and Israel while reaching top-twenty in Canada, France, Scotland, top forty in Australia and in the United States where it charted at number seventeen on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the Dance Club Songs chart. As of April 2018, Make Me... was certified platinum by the RIAA for combined sales and streams of 1 million units in the US. The audio clip on Britney's official YouTube channel has over 32 million views. The song received a music video the following month, but we'll leave that anniversary for later...
  7. And she helped write it P.s we are still getting told the date she filmed all these videos Related:
  8. «"Mood Ring" entered the French top 20!! It debuts at #16 on the official charts! Congrats to the French B-Army!! 💪🏼
  9. It's been a while but I don't know if any of you guys has realized that new released explicit version of "Glory" on Apple Music doesn't have Tinashe on "Slumber Party" even though it's tagged "featuring Tinashe." So it is 2016 solo version. Apparently it's not like that on Spotify.
  10. Mood ring charting everywhere in iTunes: https://kworb.net/itunes/artist/britneyspears.html Rise Britney, rise! Update: She hit #1 on the US iTunes chart! Related:
  11. 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 ...
  12. Hello Exhale and Britney Spears fans! So looking through Britney’s RIAA certifications I noticed that some of them haven’t been updated in over 19 years! She clearly isn’t getting the recognition she deserves anymore and I just think it would be a nice gift for her. We got Glory to number one on Pop iTunes and look how she rewarded us! I’m not sure how to go about this but I think messaging the RIAA and asking them in their comments is an easy, non-crazy way to do this. I don’t really care about the charts I just don’t like my queen disrespected. Also stay safe everyone!
  13. I'll preface this by doubling down that this is a rumor, but it deserves its own thread. There's buzz that a Platinum Edition of Glory is on its way, hence the new album cover appearing on all of the streaming platforms simultaneously. It is said to feature three new songs(!!!). Apparently Britney wants to thank the fans for getting Glory up the iTunes Charts. IF this is true, and this does indeed happen (which obvi I hope it does), this will spark some REAL momentum for her and her music again. Think about it. If she's rewarding fans for showing up, it's only going to encourage that kind of participation even more. Exhale was built for this. Let the games begin! Come through, Britney!!!
  14. I just found this song, and I couldn't help to find the similarities. The atmosphere is very like ! and I am pretty sure Burns knows it. And it also a jam... Your thoughts ?
  15. Preview: Listen to Britney recording the adlibs, also her raw vocals are heard from her headphones (0:05): _______________________________________________ Hi! I removed the download link because it is against the forum rules and guidelines. If you need the link, you can ask @britneysknee via private message. - Roxxy 💋
  16. Hi everyone i wanna share with you guys something (that i made not long ago) from my PC: Man On The Moon lead vocals https://streamable.com/n7u8v Enjoy *******!
  17. OMG you guys her ad-libs around 4:23 P.S. can somebody please leak the multitracks already?
  18. Today, as the title suggests, we are celebrating Glory's third anniversary! The album and era was truly a huge step-up from Britney Jean, and here are some of its highlights: A switch in sound from BJ's generic EDM to sexy and well-produced R&B. An iconically s**tty album cover: It brought us another scrapped video, which is one of the few (if not only, I'm not sure ) scrapped Brit videos to leak: It also brought us this disastrous, horrid but iconic mess: But, hey, at least we got a stunning video for the next single as compensation! It's also technically the beginning of Britney's latest relationship! We got so many perfect and great songs, and all were very different: From mature, beautiful ballads: ...to pure bangers (which should've been a single, by the way): ...to Latin pop perfection: ...and much more! Next, her first MTV VMAs performance since 2007: ...and a stunning red carpet look: And a medley of hits, which is her best award show performance from the 2010s by a long shot: A residency revamp, which brought back her energy and fierce-ness (even if just for a short time): Beautiful photoshoots: And we also got the best perfume commercial in mankind's history (which should've been an official video for "Just Luv Me"): Britney said that she was very hands-on with this album and called it "her baby". She clearly loves it, and so do we. Let's give Glory some appreciation for its third birthday! Also, what are your top 5 favourite songs from the album? Mine are: "Man On The Moon" "Liar" "Hard To Forget Ya" "Just Luv Me" "Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortés)" Stream Glory for its 3rd birthday here:
  19. Slow down the songs in YT to a custom of 0.95x Liar sounds amazing ! P.S the link I provided isn't slowed, you'll have to do it yourself
  20. Hello everyone So today I was streaming Glory which is what we all should do at all times and I thought it would be interesting to re order the album a little bit I absolutely love Glory and it's in my holy trinity, but I think the order of the songs is a little wonky at times My to-go order nowadays is this, I tried to make it make sense as a story: Invitation (Brinty is ***** for this guy and she's very much out there asking for him to **** her already) Slumber Party (she teams up with her friend who's also ***** for some guy and they're having a sleepover talking about how much they wanna **** their guys) If I'm Dancing (They play Britney's Tom Dinner and she's totally surprised by the fact that that recording exists, proceeds to create an intricate armography choreo mixed with zumba) Do You Wanna Come Over? (following day, her friend convinces her to sext her crush) Man On The Moon (dramaticney had a dream about the guy last night and now she's thinking she can't compete with the kind of girls he likes) Just Luv Me (her DMs get more desperate) Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortés) (hornyney gets a **** pic back and they're fully gonna ****, she says something in Spanish cus he looks ethnic) Private Show (they meet up and do the f**king) Make Me (they continue that) Better (she's fully fallen for him because she's discovered her crush also likes to dance to Janet Jackson) Coupure Électrique (she learns some french, at this point she discovers her bf actually is french, overseas places like France, Spain and Canada are very hard to differenciate) Clumsy (they're fully doing the f**king again) What You Need (this one's actually about her children and how she's a great mother and deserves full custody) Hard To Forget Ya (going through a rough patch because her bf couldn't tell who was jayden and who was "the other one") Love Me Down (she stopped messaging him for 20 minutes after that mistake, then they ****) Just Like Me (going to pick up her kids, she finds out her bf is f**king myah marie, who has developed the ability to not only sound like Britney, she also looks exactly like her) Liar (turns out he hadn't just f**ked myah, it was also all the other ladies that sang on BJ other than Britney that didn't sound like Myah either) So I thought it'd be cool if you guys shared your re-orders and stuff you can take songs out, shuffle them however you want, add remixes if needed!
  21. Welcome to The People's Republic of Exhale, everyone! In this thread Exchange Express yourself!, I wanted to discuss our favourite album covers for every Britney album. It can be both an official album cover or a fanmade one, just an album cover you love. It also doesn't have to be only one, but also don't post, like, 15. So, without further ado, let's begin! Here are my picks: ...Baby One More Time Oops!... I Did It Again Britney In The Zone Blackout Circus Femme Fatale This is the most covers I'll post in this thread: Britney Jean Glory The covers above are easily my favourite fanmade Britney album cover in existence... it's so amazing. I just wish higher quality versions of them existed... Those are all the covers I can think of right now. I couldn't decide on one, so almost all of the albums have more than one cover posted. Also, congratulations to Babblative Japanophilia for being the only Britney album of which the official cover I consider one of the best.
  22. I want to buy the Glory : Japan Tour Edition (Japanese Import) and it would cost $ 54.00 without any other expenses included. I've bought the regular deluxe when it was released and I want to get this because of the front cover, Mood Ring as bonus track and its high quality jewel case. I could not find it on any place other than Amazon. Should I get it?
  23. Let's give this song and everything related to it the appreciation it deserves. 1. The Song - the music itself was refreshing and adapting to the sound of 2016 and set the tone for the whole album. I was delighted when I first heard it. Whether it was lead single worthy (looking at you DYWCO), I will let you be the judge of that. But it is an excellent song if not the best of Glory. 2. The cover - 'nuff said 3. Music Video - before you guys tear me down into shreds, yes the video was bad but in the scrapped video she appeared desperate for attention and too slutty. So let's settle for an intermediate video which is neither good nor bad 4. Promotion - Make Me was promoted really well, no one can disagree. Jimmy Kimmel, Carpool Karaoke, Jonathan Ross and a fricking VMA performance, when she returned after 9 years. 5. Choreo - Okay so knee tapping aside, Make Me... was one of the only songs in POM to have a fully choreographed routine with no time to walk around the stage where she had nothing to do. Also it really fit the song 6. Commercial performance - I mean a top 20 hit almost 20 years into your career and you haven't released an album for 3 years, not everyone has that. Peaked at #17 and came back to the same position again after the VMAs. #1 on itunes too. Also critically acclaimed. Yes the era definetly had its own faults, but look on the bright side, it had its good moments too. Britney was ready to put out a song in which she took a new vocal direction from her previous works and she had songwriting credits too. This song never got the appreciation it deserves. Share your experience when you first heard the song and what you thought about everything that came with it. Spread Positivity
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