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Super comprehensive list.

There's a lot of songs on this list that I love that I'm not the slightest bit surprised were intended for, or at least offered to, Britney.

 

I'm glad Britney didn't end up with Beautiful, that song always felt too pretentious to me (although I think Pink would have made it actually work).

I'd love to hear Pink's version of Girls & Boys, I can already hear her singing "price to pay".

I really wish Britney ended up with Get Outta My Way. I LOVE Kylie's version (in my top 5 songs from her), but I feel like it would have been the hit it deserved to be in Britney's hands.

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Do you know what team B (or team Con?) should do since they’re probably desperate for cash… not that I would want this as a means to benefit her handlers BUT if she has this huge catalogue of songs she’s recorded but never released, they should do a “Britney Spears: The Unreleased Singles” album of sorts. I bet everyone would buy it. Songs from every era that were recorded but didn’t make the final cuts. What a treat that would be 😋 One can wish… 

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Finally found your thread @PlayboyMommy

I have some stuff to add or ask, so maybe we could help each other. Finally added the Shawn Desman and Scorpio clip to my demos section ,so thank you so much for that!

  • It's a Secret: Are we sure this was for Circus? Even though this was sent to Jordan during the Circus era, it could very well be a reject from Blackout, it shares the same sound... I could be wrong though.
  • No Way: When I posted this song, James from The Original Doll Podcast confirmed me that this was done during the sessions that Gaga did with Fernando Garibay, but only Quicksand was sent out to Britney while No Way wasn't affiliated to it nor pitched to her. 
  • Diary of…: This one got me shocked! Did Michelle Bell said that this was for Blackout? I really thought they did it during the same sessions as the other ITZ demos.
  • Armageddon: Frankie Storm already debunked this demo, said it wasn't for Britney on The Original Doll Podcast.
  • Rules of Attraction: James from The Original Doll Podcast confirmed me that this was done for another project, not for Britney.
  • I'll Remember You: Galantis debunked this one on Twitter when the You video was posted on YouTube.
  • Peek-a-Boo: This was debunked. The song was exclusively produced for SM Entertainment, meaning that only an SM artist could have gotten it.
  • Secret (Shh): This wasn't given to her, Karen wanted Britney for it, but Charli got it first. Pop The Ballloons was offered to her though.
  • I would add Etta Bond's Royalty to the Circus list. Etta Bond confirmed it to the channel britneyadmiring from YouTube through Instagram's DMs.
  • Why are Hate You (Charli XCX) and Lips (Rowe) from Britney Jean not listed?
  • Insane: I’ve consulted with Myah through Instagram and she said Insane was not pitched to Britney. https://ibb.co/598Wnbv
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10 hours ago, CJMCH said:

I have some stuff to add or ask, so maybe we could help each other. Finally added the Shawn Desman and Scorpio clip to my demos section ,so thank you so much for that!

Thanks for your input!

A lot of people, myself included, have had trouble accesing the original post in the past so I've been working on a MS Word document that can both be edited and shared by anyone at any time. It looks pretty rough so far but I'll definitely be correcting those songs you mentioned :)

10 hours ago, CJMCH said:
  • It's a Secret: Are we sure this was for Circus? Even though this was sent to Jordan during the Circus era, it could very well be a reject from Blackout, it shares the same sound... I could be wrong though.
  • Diary of…: This one got me shocked! Did Michelle Bell said that this was for Blackout? I really thought they did it during the same sessions as the other ITZ demos.
  • Secret (Shh): This wasn't given to her, Karen wanted Britney for it, but Charli got it first. Pop The Ballloons was offered to her though.
  • I would add Etta Bond's Royalty to the Circus list. Etta Bond confirmed it to the channel britneyadmiring from YouTube through Instagram's DMs.
  • Why are Hate You (Charli XCX) and Lips (Rowe) from Britney Jean not listed?
  • Insane: I’ve consulted with Myah through Instagram and she said Insane was not pitched to Britney. https://ibb.co/598Wnbv
  • As I mentioned last time, I just took a wild guess and assumed that it was meant for Circus. Back when the Welcome to Me snippet first leaked everyone thought that it was a Blackout outtake when it was actually recorded in 2003 so I could very well be wrong too but it being recorded in 2008 makes the most sense to me. You can definitely list it as a Blackout demo on your page though
  • She has never personally confirmed it but she co-wrote the song with Peter Wade Keusch and she only started working with him in 2004/2005 so it can't possibly be an In the Zone reject. Plus B&A later pitched the same backing track with another topline to Jennifer Lopez in 2010 and I very much doubt they would offer her a track that would have been eight years old by that point
  • Even though the song wasn't given to her per se it was intended for the album at one point which has always been the goal of my thread. For instance, Beautiful by Christina Aguilera was neither written for Britney nor was ever actually pitched to her but at some point Linda Perry considered giving it to her before she ended up giving it to Christina which is more than enough for me
  • The only reason I've never added that song or any of the Elle Vee demos is because neither of them has writing credits on any major pop record to be honest. If I were the count every single song that got offered by every single aspiring songwriter and producer the list would be endless
  • Lips was debunked back when it was first 'leaked' iirc. Both Hate You and Pop the Balloons were claimed to be Britney rejects by the people who leaked them but other than that there's no solid evidence suggesting that. Charli only ever mentioned working on pitches for Britney Jean with Starsmith and William Orbit. Hate You came from the same session as Heart in My Pocket, does that make it a Britney Jean reject too? Pop the Balloons has also been attached to Little Mix and I personally find that more believable since Charli has also written other songs for them
  • I definitely remember Myah mentioning that it was written with Britney in mind, along with Feet on the Ground in an old MySpace post so I don't know what's up with that honestly. It clearly was made by the same people
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Does anyone know why I can't access the first page of this thread? I've been trying to read it for months, but it gives me a 504 error. I've tried three different browsers. It won't load on my phone, desktop, or laptop, and I've tried two different cable internet ISPs and a mobile network. It just doesn't load. Would anyone mind quoting the first topic or something?

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9 hours ago, PlayboyMommy said:

Thanks for your input!

A lot of people, myself included, have had trouble accesing the original post in the past so I've been working on a MS Word document that can both be edited and shared by anyone at any time. It looks pretty rough so far but I'll definitely be correcting those songs you mentioned :)

  • As I mentioned last time, I just took a wild guess and assumed that it was meant for Circus. Back when the Welcome to Me snippet first leaked everyone thought that it was a Blackout outtake when it was actually recorded in 2003 so I could very well be wrong too but it being recorded in 2008 makes the most sense to me. You can definitely list it as a Blackout demo on your page though
  • She has never personally confirmed it but she co-wrote the song with Peter Wade Keusch and she only started working with him in 2004/2005 so it can't possibly be an In the Zone reject. Plus B&A later pitched the same backing track with another topline to Jennifer Lopez in 2010 and I very much doubt they would offer her a track that would have been eight years old by that point
  • Even though the song wasn't given to her per se it was intended for the album at one point which has always been the goal of my thread. For instance, Beautiful by Christina Aguilera was neither written for Britney nor was ever actually pitched to her but at some point Linda Perry considered giving it to her before she ended up giving it to Christina which is more than enough for me
  • The only reason I've never added that song or any of the Elle Vee demos is because neither of them has writing credits on any major pop record to be honest. If I were the count every single song that got offered by every single aspiring songwriter and producer the list would be endless
  • Lips was debunked back when it was first 'leaked' iirc. Both Hate You and Pop the Balloons were claimed to be Britney rejects by the people who leaked them but other than that there's no solid evidence suggesting that. Charli only ever mentioned working on pitches for Britney Jean with Starsmith and William Orbit. Hate You came from the same session as Heart in My Pocket, does that make it a Britney Jean reject too? Pop the Balloons has also been attached to Little Mix and I personally find that more believable since Charli has also written other songs for them
  • I definitely remember Myah mentioning that it was written with Britney in mind, along with Feet on the Ground in an old MySpace post so I don't know what's up with that honestly. It clearly was made by the same people

Thank you so much for answering!

Deleting Lips from my section and moving Diary Of... to Original Doll, since that's the only track from Michelle that was actually done after In the Zone.

I get why you haven't added Etta and Elle. I think Elle will have an interview with the Original Doll podcast soon, so maybe she will talk about that. She recently told me she actually got replies from Britney's team, but, yeah, only to tell her the demo was rejected.

Maybe it was confusing at that time, but recently Myah has only stated Feet on the Ground as the only submitted track. She already debunked Candy from Strangers, Plastic and Insane + Confirmed Masquerade (Femme Fatale), Lover Boy, Siren for Britney Jean and Black Widow for Femme Fatale. Probably Insane is the same case as No Way/Quicksand.

Understand the Hate You and Pop the Balloons scenario, but the source of both is the same one that leaked Heart in my Pocket aka Pretty Girls, so it's probably legit.

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3 hours ago, thrashette said:

Does anyone know why I can't access the first page of this thread? I've been trying to read it for months, but it gives me a 504 error. I've tried three different browsers. It won't load on my phone, desktop, or laptop, and I've tried two different cable internet ISPs and a mobile network. It just doesn't load. Would anyone mind quoting the first topic or something?

I  kept having the same problem. It only worked for me when I used my laptop and clicked on page 5 under the post's title on the homepage. Then I went to page 1 and it worked. I'll comment and quote the first topic, in case u still havent been able to view it. 

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On 7/23/2019 at 5:27 PM, PlayboyMommy said:

It took me almost 2 days but it's finally here, as far as I'm concerned this is the most complete list out there! Hope you like it and please let me know if I missed anything :cooltshirt:

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  • Take It Away – Originally written during her tenure at Stonecreek Recordings in 1995 and later re-recorded with Eric Foster White Unconfirmed
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Michael Cottrill & Larry Wnukowski) ["The background of this case begins in 1995, when William Kahn, the talent scout and representative of Britney Spears, invited Cottrill and Wnukowski to submit song materials for Ms. Spears. Cottrill and Wnukowski started writing material for Ms. Spears and eventually submitted some material to Mr. Kahn for consideration"Not recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Composed by Vivian Green) ["It wasn't long though until she got into the sunlight, making the acquaintance of Michael McCary of Boyz II Men, who asked her to join his writing/publishing company. There she wrote for a 13-year-old Britney Spears and Boyz as well as recording her own demos that caught the ear of RuffHouse Records"Not recorded

 

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  • (You Drive Me) Crazy (Produced by Per Magnusson, David Kreuger & Max Martin) Recorded
  • ...Baby One More Time (Produced by Max Martin & Rami Yacoub) – Originally registered as "Hit Me Baby One More Time" and pitched to *NSYNC, Backstreet Boys, Robyn, Solid HarmoniE and TLC. Simon Cowell wanted to buy the song for Five after she recorded her version. A spanish version is rumoured to exist Recorded
  • Autumn Goodbye (Produced by Eric Foster White) Recorded
  • Born to Make You Happy (Produced by Kristian Lundin) – The vocals from the demo version were later used on the Bonus Remix  Recorded
  • Deep in My Heart (Produced by Per Magnusson & David Kreuger) Recorded
  • E-Mail My Heart (Produced by Eric Foster White) Recorded
  • Final Heartbreak (Produced by Eric Foster White) – Later given to and recorded by Jessica Simpson Unconfirmed
  • From the Bottom of My Broken Heart (Produced by Eric Foster White) Recorded
  • I Will Be There (Produced by Max Martin & Rami Yacoub)  Last song recorded for the album
  • I'll Leave It Up to You (Produced by Eric Foster White) – Later given to and recorded by Don Phillip Unconfirmed
  • I'll Never Stop Loving You (Produced by Per Magnusson & David Kreuger) – J'Son cover Recorded
  • I'm So Curious (Produced by Eric Foster White) Recorded
  • If You Could See Me Now (Produced by Eric Foster White) – Later given to and recorded by Don Phillip Unconfirmed
  • Let Me Take You There (Produced by Full Force) Recorded
  • Love the Hurt Away (with Don Phillip) [Produced by Full Force] Recorded
  • Love the Hurt Away (with Full Force) [Produced by Full Force] – Not to be confused with Love the Hurt Away featuring Don Philip. Recorded
  • Nothing Less Than Real (Produced by Carl Sturken & Evan Rogers) Recorded
  • Soda Pop (Produced by Eric Foster White) Recorded
  • Sometimes (Produced by Per Magnusson, David Kreuger & Jörgen Elofsson) – Three different mixes exist: The showcase mix, the sneak preview mix and the final mix Recorded
  • The Beat Goes On (Produced by All Seeing I) – Based on All Seeing I's cover of Sonny & Cher's song Recorded
  • Thinking About You (Produced by Eric Foster White) Recorded
  • Unknown title (with Don Phillip) [Produced by Eric Foster White] ("How many songs did you record with Britney? Three") Recorded
  • Where Are You Now (Produced by Max Martin & Rami Yacoub) – Later released on Oops!... I Did It Again Recorded
  • Wishing on a Falling Star (Produced by Carl Sturken & Evan Rogers) Recorded
  • You Got It All (Produced by Eric Foster White) – Later released on Oops!... I Did It Again Recorded
  • You've Got It All (Produced by Full Force) – Not to be confused with You Got It All. The Jets cover First song recorded for the album

 

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  • (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction [Produced by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins] – The Rolling Stones cover Last song recorded for the album
  • Asking for Trouble (Produced by Per Magnusson & David Kreuger) Recorded
  • Can't Make You Love Me (Produced by Kristian Lundin & Jake Schulze) Recorded
  • Dear Diary (Produced by Timmy Allen & Barry J. Eastmond) Recorded
  • Don't Go Knockin' on My Door (Produced by Jake Schulze & Rami Yacoub) Recorded
  • Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know (Produced by Robert "Mutt" Lange) Recorded
  • Girl in the Mirror (Produced by Per Magnusson & David Kreuger) Recorded
  • He Loves U Not (Produced by David Frank & Steve Kipner) – Later given to and recorded by Dream Not recorded
  • Heart (Produced by Steve Lunt & Larry "Rock" Campbell) Recorded
  • Is It Love (Produced by Per Magnusson & David Kreuger) – Later given to and recorded by Play Unconfirmed
  • Lucky (Produced by Max Martin & Rami Yacoub) Recorded
  • One Kiss from You (Produced by Steve Lunt & Larry "Rock" Campbell) Recorded
  • Oops!... I Did It Again (Produced by Max Martin & Rami Yacoub) Recorded
  • Shock Your Mind Unknown
  • Stronger (Produced by Max Martin & Rami Yacoub) Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Babyface) ["The new album reportedly contains contributions from Max Martin, Eric Foster White, Diane Warren, and Babyface, among others"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Shanks & Bigfoot) ["UK production duo Shanks & Bigfoot have revealed exclusively to dotmusic that they are writing for Britney Spears' new album"] Unknown
  • Walk on By (Produced by Per Magnusson & David Kreuger) – First reported to be a Dionne Warwick cover Recorded
  • What U See (Is What U Get) [Produced by Per Magnusson, David Kreuger & Rami Yacoub] Recorded
  • What You See Is What You Get (Produced by Michael Cottrill & Larry Wnukowski) – Not to be confused with What U See (Is What U Get) Not recorded
  • When Your Eyes Say It (Produced by Steve Lunt & Robert "Esmail" Jazayeri) Recorded

 

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  • Am I a Sinner (Produced by Riprock & Alex G) Recorded
  • Anticipating (Produced by Brian Kierulf & Josh Schwartz) Recorded
  • Baby Can't You See (Produced by The Neptunes) Recorded
  • Before the Goodbye (Produced by BT) Recorded
  • Boys (Produced by The Neptunes) – Originally pitched to Michael Jackson as "Girls" and later recorded by Janet Jackson Recorded
  • Bring Me Home (Produced by Brian Kierulf & Josh Schwartz) Recorded
  • Cinderella (Produced by Max Martin & Rami Yacoub) Recorded
  • I'm a Slave 4 U (Produced by The Neptunes) – Originally offered to and recorded by Janet Jackson Recorded
  • Intimidated (Produced by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins) Recorded
  • Let Me Be (Produced by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins) Recorded
  • Lonely (Produced by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins) Recorded
  • Mad Love (Produced by Riprock & Alex G) – Contains a sample from Lafayette Afro Rock Band's Darkest Light Recorded
  • My Big Secret (Produced by The Neptunes) – Originally offered to Janet Jackson Recorded
  • Popstar (Produced by Douglas Carr & Martin Hedström) – Later given to and recorded by Sita Not recorded
  • Purple Rain ("She named Prince's "Purple Rain" as the next song she'd like to cover")  – Prince cover Not recorded
  • She’ll Never Be Me (Produced by Riprock & Alex G) – A shorter edit also exists Recorded
  • That's Where You Take Me (Produced by Brian Kierulf & Josh Schwartz) Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Wade Robson & Justin Timberlake) ["We've got this one song that's this rock kind of opera thing. It's almost got this classical vibe, almost like Queen redone. And we've got another one that's kind of more vibey R&B"] Recorded
  • What It's Like to Be Me (Produced by Wade Robson & Justin Timberlake) Recorded
  • When I Found You (Produced by Peter Kvint) Recorded
  • When I Say So (Produced by BT) Recorded
  • Whole Again ("Andy says that as soon as Whole Again was a hit, other artists wanted to record it for release in America. “We turned down Britney Spears and Celine Dion”) – Atomic Kitten cover Not recorded

 

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  • Bombastic Love (Produced by Max Martin & Rami Yacoub) – Two different mixes exist: The soundtrack mix and the final mix Recorded
  • I Love Rock 'n' Roll (Produced by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins) – Joan Jett & the Blackhearts cover Recorded
  • I Run Away (Produced by Brian Kierulf & Josh Schwartz) – Two different mixes exist: The soundtrack mix and the final mix Recorded
  • I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman (Produced by Max Martin & Rami Yacoub) Recorded
  • Overprotected (Produced by Max Martin & Rami Yacoub) Recorded

 

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  • (I Got That) Boom Boom [feat. Ying Yang Twins] (Produced by Roy "Royalty" Hamilton) Last song recorded for the album
  • And Then We Kiss (Produced by Mark Taylor) Recorded
  • Are You Ready? (Produced by Larry "Precision" Gates) Recorded
  • Back Off (Produced by RedOne) Unknown
  • Beautiful (Produced by Linda Perry) – Originally recorded by Linda Perry, P!nk later wanted to record the song. Later given to and recorded by Christina Aguilera Not recorded
  • Brave New Girl (Produced by Brian Kierulf & Josh Schwartz) – Originally registered as "Brave Girl"  Recorded
  • Breathe on Me (Produced by Mark Taylor) Recorded
  • Chaotic (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) Recorded
  • Conscious (Produced by Larry "Precision" Gates) Recorded
  • Crazy Girl (Produced by Robert "Big Bert" Smith) Recorded
  • Disguise My Love (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) – Originally offered to and recorded by Melodi Brown Recorded
  • Do It to Me (Produced by RedOne) Unknown
  • Do Somethin' (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) – Originally offered to and recorded by Melodi Brown Recorded
  • Don't Hang Up (Produced by Brian Kierulf & Josh Schwartz) Recorded
  • Early Mornin' (Produced by Moby) Recorded
  • Everytime (Produced by Guy Sigsworth) – Originally registered as "Everytime I Try" Recorded
  • Free (Produced by Guy Chambers) Recorded
  • Girls & Boys (Produced by Linda Perry) – Originally offered to and recorded by P!nk Recorded
  • Giving It Up for Love (Produced by Scott Storch) Recorded
  • Glide (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) – Later given to and recorded by Rachel Stevens and Christina Milian as "I Need More" Unconfirmed
  • Goodies (Produced by Lil Jon) – Later released by Ciara Not recorded
  • Graffiti My Soul (Produced by Xenomania) – Contains a sample from Peplab's It's Not the Drug. Later given to and recorded by Girls Aloud. A version featuring Girls Aloud also exists Recorded
  • Guilty (Produced by Cutfather & Joe) – Contains a sample from Prince's Kiss Recorded
  • Here I Come (Produced by Jason Nevins) Not recorded
  • Hollow (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) Recorded
  • I Wanna Know (Composed by Carl Falk, Savan Kotecha, Kristian Lundin & Jake Schulze) Unconfirmed
  • I'm Alright (Produced by RedOne) – Also known as I'm Aaaaaight Unknown
  • I've Just Begun (Having My Fun) [Produced by Bloodshy & Avant] Recorded
  • I've Seen All Good People ("The New York Post reports Britney Spears is back in the studio working on her fourth album, and is wanting to cover Yes' hit "I've Seen All Good People") – Yes cover Unknown
  • Instant Déjà vu (Produced by Gregg Alexander & Rick Nowels) Recorded
  • It's Funny Now Unknown
  • Lady B (Produced by RedOneUnknown
  • Like I'm Fallin' (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) Recorded
  • Look Who's Talking (Produced by Henrik Jonback) – Later given to and recorded by BoA Recorded
  • Love's Suppose 2 Be (Produced by Rob Fusari) Recorded
  • Me Against the Music (feat. Madonna) [Produced by Christopher "Tricky" Stewart] Recorded
  • Milkshake (Produced by The Neptunes) – Later given to and recorded by Kelis Not recorded
  • Million Reasons (Produced by The Matrix) Unconfirmed
  • Mister Orbital (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) – Later reworked as the Bloodshy & Avant's Chix Mix of Me Against the Music Unconfirmed
  • Money, Love and Happiness (Produced by RedOne) Recorded
  • My Love Was Always There (Produced by Steve Morales) – Originally recorded by Enrique Iglesias as "Maybe" Recorded
  • Mystic Man Recorded
  • Need You Tonight (Produced by Fred Durst) [From Rolling Stone issue #921: "An inside source claims one of the songs Britney Spears recorded recently with Fred Durst was a cover of INXS's "Need You Tonight"] – INXS cover Unknown
  • Ouch (Produced by Britney Spears, Michelle Bell & Nanna Kristiansson) Recorded
  • Outrageous (Produced by R. Kelly) Recorded
  • Outta Here (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) Unconfirmed
  • Over to You Now (Produced by Guy Sigsworth) – Originally recorded by Robyn Recorded
  • Phony Lullaby (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) – Later given to and recorded by Rachel Stevens as "Sweet Dreams My LA EX" Not recorded
  • Pleasure (Produced by RedOne) – Not to be confused with Pleasure You Unknown
  • Pleasure You (Produced by Tony Moran & Warren Rigg) Recorded
  • Pop Culture ***** (Produced by Christopher "Tricky" Stewart) Not recorded
  • Pulse (Produced by Cutfather & Joe) – Later given to and recorded by Brother+Sister and OMD respectively Recorded
  • Rockstar (Produced by Christopher "Tricky" Stewart) Recorded
  • Sacred (Produced by Guy ChambersRecorded
  • Shadow (Produced by The Matrix) – A spanish version titled "Sombra" is rumoured to exist Recorded
  • Shine (Composed by Britney Spears & Annet Artani) Not recorded
  • Showdown (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) Recorded
  • Sippin' On (Produced by Christopher "Tricky" Stewart) Recorded
  • So Original (Produced by Andreao "Fanatic" Heard) – Originally pitched to Janet Jackson Unknown
  • Stay (Produced by Jimmy Harry & Shep Solomon) Recorded
  • Strangest Love (Produced by Guy Chambers) Recorded
  • Strip (Produced by Jimmy Harry & Shep Solomon) Recorded
  • Take Off (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) Recorded
  • The Answer (Produced by Ryan Leslie) Recorded
  • The Hook Up (Produced by Christopher "Tricky" Stewart) Recorded
  • Top-Billing Love (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant)  – Later given to and recorded by Brooke Valentine as "Blah Blah Blah" and f(x) and Girls' Generation as "Chocolate Love" Not recorded
  • Touch of My Hand (Produced by Jimmy Harry & Shep Solomon) – Originally registered as "Touching My Hand" First song recorded for the album
  • Toxic (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) – Contains a sample from Lata Mangeshkar & S. P. Balasubrahmanyam's Tere Mere Beech Mein. Originally pitched to Janet Jackson and later offered Kylie Minogue Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by 7 Aurelius) ["Both 7, who also worked on the latest Tupac album, and the Matrix have done three tracks with Spears and are hoping to do more"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Arranged by Britney Spears) – Piano melody played on both TRL and the In the Zone ABC special Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Bumblebee) ["From the Yeah Yeah Yeahs to Beastie Boys, Sugababes to Britney Spears - everyone is queuing up for a piece of 22-year-old Chris Colonna"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Carl Falk & Sebastian Thott) ["No surprise there, given that the Falk/Thott partnership shot to fame writing and producing for Britney Spears, Westlife and Lindsay Lohan"] Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Fred Durst) ["We worked together on three songs"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by JS16) ["Finnish producer Jaakon Salovaara who remixed Britney's 'Overprotected' single has produced a song for Britney's next album. The lyrics to this song have been written by Charles Salter (Bomfunk MC's). This song was ordered by Martin Dodd, a Zomba music European A&R chief executive"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Mark Hill) ["He has been working with Britney Spears recently and has also signed as a producer to Zomba Management"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Mirwais) ["And Britney, does working with her interest you?  Yes! It was a little rough. That is another story"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Missy Elliott & Nisan Stewart) ["Throwback! With Britney Spears and Julianne Kaye on the way to Florida to record with Missy Elliott"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Ryan Leslie) ["Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs was interviewed on E! News Live tonight and revealed that he had recorded two tracks with Britney Spears"] Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Scott StorchRecorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Tal Herzberg) ["Tal Herzberg is a four-time Grammy notinated Producer, Programmer and Engineer, and three-time Mix Magazine TEC awards nominee, who has worked on projects ranging from David Bowie, Phil Collins, Sting and Rod Stuart, to Pink, Missy Elliott, The Calling and Britney Spears, plus many more"] Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by The Matrix) ["Both 7, who also worked on the latest Tupac album, and the Matrix have done three tracks with Spears and are hoping to do more"] Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by The NeptunesNot recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Trevor Horn) ["Rumors have it that Trevor Horn has been approached by Dido and even, heaven forbid, Britney Spears"] Unconfirmed
  • Untitled (I Said) [Produced by James Murphy & Tim Goldsworthy] Recorded
  • Untitled (Rap Freestyle) [Produced by Ryan Leslie] Recorded
  • Untouchable (Produced by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins) Recorded
  • Weakness (Produced by Brian Kierulf & Josh Schwartz) Recorded
  • Welcome to Me (Produced by Wade Robson) Recorded
  • Wonderland (Produced by Jimmy Harry & Shep Solomon) Recorded
  • You Thought Wrong Unknown
  • You Were My Home Recorded

 

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  • Heart of Glass (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) – Blondie cover Unconfirmed
  • Justify My Love (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) – Madonna cover Unconfirmed
  • Mona Lisa (Produced by Teddy Campbell & David Kochanski) – Later re-recorded with Bloodshy & Avant Recorded
  • My Prerogative (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) – Bobby Brown cover Recorded
  • The Fugitive (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant and Henrik Jonback) ["I have to say that it was quite an experience to hang out with Britney Spears in her tour bus in Germany during her European tour in 2004. We wrote songs in the bus and in her hotel room between the concerts"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Teddy Campbell & David Kochanski) ["Alexander said she vaguely remembered another song Spears had on tour, but wasn't sure"] Unknown

 

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  • Someday (I Will Understand) [Produced by Guy Sigsworth] Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Guy SigsworthUnknown

 

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  • 911 (Produced by J.R. Rotem & Kara DioGuardi) Recorded
  • Afterglow (Produced by Steve Anderson) – Later released by Steve Anderson and Lisa Greene under the worknames Couture and Rachelle Not recorded
  • All That She Wants (Produced by J.R. Rotem) – Contains an interpolation from Ace of Base's All That She Wants Recorded
  • All in the Name of Love (Produced by J.R. Rotem) – Later given to and recorded by Mýa Not recorded
  • All the Way (Produced by Dr. Luke) Recorded
  • Battle of the ***xxes (with Justin Timberlake) [Produced by Timbaland & Justin Timberlake] Not recorded
  • Better in Time (Produced by J.R. Rotem) – Later given to and recorded by Leona Lewis Recorded
  • Blackout (Produced by Steve Morales) – Originally offered and recorded to Taylor Momsen. Later given to and recorded by Heidi Montag Not recorded
  • Boyfriend (Produced by T-Pain) – Later given to and recorded by Asia Cruise Recorded
  • Brave (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant and The Clutch) – Later given to and recorded by Jennifer Lopez Not recorded
  • Break the Ice (Produced by Danja) Recorded
  • Brillantly Insaned (Composed by Britney Spears) Unknown
  • Catch Me If U Can (Produced by Danja) Recorded
  • Chatter (Produced by Christopher "Notes" Olsen) Unknown
  • Confessional (Produced by Pete "Boxsta" Martin) – Later given to and recorded by Bryan Rice Not recorded
  • Crucified (Produced by J.R. Rotem) Recorded
  • Diary of… (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) – Later pitched to Jennifer Lopez as "Don't Think Twice" Not recorded
  • Down Boy (with Marilyn Monroe) ["Former boy band member Lance Bass owns the rights to the Marilyn Monroe song "Down Boy" and a source tells Star he's offered it to Britney"Unconfirmed
  • Downtown (Produced by J.R. Rotem & Kara DioGuardi) Recorded
  • Dramatic (Produced by Damon Elliott) – Later given to and recorded by Heidi Montag Recorded
  • Everybody (Produced by J.R. Rotem) – Contains a sample from Eurythmics' Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This). Originally pitched to Rihanna, later given to and recorded by Cheetah Girls Recorded
  • Fanatic (Produced by Steve Morales) – Later given to and recorded by Heidi Montag Not recorded
  • Flaws and All (Produced by Shea Taylor) – Later given to and recorded by Beyoncé Not recorded
  • Freakshow (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant and The Clutch) Recorded
  • Get Back (Produced by Danja) Recorded
  • Get Naked (I Got a Plan) [Produced by Danja] Recorded
  • Gimme More (Produced by Danja) Recorded
  • Good Girl Gone Bad (Produced by StarGate)  – Later given to and recorded by Rihanna Not recorded
  • Gotta Work (Produced by One Up) – Later released by Amerie Not recorded
  • Grow (Produced by Steve Anderson) Recorded
  • Happily Never After (Produced by Shea Taylor) – Later given to and recorded by Backstreet Boys and Nicole Scherzinger Not recorded
  • Heaven on Earth (Produced by Freescha & Kara DioGuardi) Recorded
  • Hooked On (Produced by The Neptunes) Recorded
  • Hot as Ice (Produced by Danja) Recorded
  • Impossible (Produced by Shea Taylor) – Later given to and recorded by Tiffany Evans Not recorded
  • Just Let Me Go (Produced by J.R. Rotem) – Contains a sample from Madonna's La Isla Bonita. Later given to and recorded by The Cheetah Girls as "Fuego" which contains a sample from Lionel Richie's All Night Long (All Night) Recorded
  • Kiss Me All Over (Produced by Brian Kidd & Sean Garrett) Unfinished
  • Lights Out (Produced by J.R. Rotem) – Later given to and recorded by Tynisha Keli Recorded
  • Look How I'm Doin' (Produced by Steve Morales) – Later given to and recorded by Heidi Montag Not recorded
  • Love (Produced by Sean Garrett) Recorded
  • Lullabye (Produced by J.R. Rotem) – Later given to and recorded by Tynisha Keli Recorded
  • Motherlove (Produced by Polow Da Don) Recorded
  • Nu-di-ty (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) – Later given to and recorded by Kylie Minogue Not recorded
  • One of a Kind (Produced by T-Pain) Recorded
  • Ooh Ooh Baby (Produced by Fredwreck & Kara DioGuardi) Recorded
  • Outta This World (Produced by Danja) Recorded
  • Perfect Lover (Produced by Danja) Recorded
  • Piece of Me (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) Last song recorded for the album
  • Pull Out (Produced by Lil Jon & Sean Garrett) Recorded
  • Push Up on Me (Produced by J.R. Rotem) – Contains a sample from Lionel Richie's Running With the Night. Later given to and recorded by Rihanna Not recorded
  • Question Existing (Produced by Shea Taylor) – Later offered to Danity Kane and recorded by Rihanna Not recorded
  • Radar (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant and The Clutch) Recorded
  • Rebellion (Produced by Christopher "Notes" Olsen) Recorded
  • Red Carpet (Produced by Swizz Beatz) Recorded
  • Red Hot Lipstick (Produced by Doug Elkins) Recorded
  • Save Me from Myself (Produced by Shea Taylor) – Later given to and recorded by Nicole Scherzinger Not recorded
  • See My Side (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant and Klas Åhlund) – Later given to and recorded by Jordin Sparks Not recorded
  • Shy Boy (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) – Later given to and recorded by Jordin Sparks Not recorded
  • Somewhere (Composed by Britney Spears) – Also known as Someone Recorded
  • State of Grace (Produced by Steve Anderson) – Originally pitched to RyanDan, later given to and recorded by Christophe Willem as "Entre nous et le sol" Recorded
  • Speakerphone (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) – Later given to and recorded by Kylie Minogue Not recorded
  • Supersensual (Produced by Steve Anderson) – Originally pitched to Kylie Minogue and offered to Holly Valance, later given to and recorded by Natalie Bassingthwaighte Unconfirmed
  • Swagger (Produced by T-Pain) – Later given to and recorded by Asia Cruise Recorded
  • Tall Boys (Produced by Greg Kurstin & Har Mar Superstar) ["My friend Greg Kurstin and I wrote it with her in mind. I guess the subject matter was a little racy at the time. It's a song about *** and drinking and I think she was trying to have a family image at that time. This is a first child, first pregnancy, that stuff"] – Later released by Har Mar Superstar as "Tall Boy" Not recorded
  • The Face (Produced by J.R. Rotem) Recorded
  • To Love, Let Go (Produced by Devo Springsteen) Recorded
  • Toy Soldier (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant and Sean Garrett) – Originally registered as "Toy Soldiers" Recorded
  • Turn Ya Head (Produced by Steve Morales) – Later given to and recorded by Heidi Montag Not recorded
  • Umbrella (Produced by Christopher "Tricky" Stewart)  – Later offered to Mary J. Blige and recorded by Rihanna ["That was the best place for the record, like Mary J. Blige wanted it, a couple other people wanted it, and once Britney Spears found out that she could've had it, she was hot with her label for a while"]  Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Akon) ["Yeah, actually I've been working on Britney as well. I'm giving her a high, energy disco record, I think that will definitely suit her well"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Composed by Amanda Ghost) ["I didn't meet Britney. I just did the song for her and she did the vocals last Friday. She is getting on with her life"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Bangladesh) Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Bob Rock) ["During her stay in Maui, Spears has started working on a new album with Hawaii-based Metallica producer Bob Rock, due out in November"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Bryan Adams) ["There's one demo I had of a woman singing a Bryan Adams song that was meant for Britney, but she never recorded it"] Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Bryan Michael Cox) ["If her record is hot, then nothing else matters," says producer-songwriter Bryan Michael Cox, who has signed onto the project"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Cochise) ["Some of the labels and artists Cochise has done production or engineering for include J Records, Bad Boy, Universal, Arista, Notorious B.I.G., Saigon, Remy Ma, Big Pun, R&B; artist Joe, R. Kelly and Britney Spears"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Dallas Austin) ["Didn't you work with Britney in Atlanta? Yeah we worked for a second"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Daniel Shepherd) ["Danny has provided additional production, remixed and worked with Britney Spears"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by David Banner) ["I've submitted some music to Britney Spears, and it's looking like they are going to accept the submission"] Unknown
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Disco D) ["Luciana Vendramini has just returned from a season at Britney Spears's home in Los Angeles. She dates David Shayman, producer of the new CD of the American singer. The Brazilian stayed long enough to see Britney's belly but missed the accident in which a paparazzo was hit by a rubber bullet while trying to photograph the singer's baby shower days later in Malibu"] First song(s) recorded for the album
  • Unknown title (Produced by Dr. Luke) ["Britney is in Las Vegas through the weekend at the Recording Studio at the Palms laying down two new tracks for her long-awaited album. She is in the studio working with record producer Dr. Luke, who has written hits and produced for some of the biggest names on the charts"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Frankmusik) ["My friend David Norland who I co own Apparent Records with, asked me to put some pitches forward for Britney Spears as he knew one of the producers on her album. So I put two tracks together and only sent one of them. My friend and business partner David wrote a top line for the track and never finished the top line but it was in his pipe line to finish in the near future"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Gavin Bradley) ["Bradley's beats for Spears have a chipper, infectious feel influenced by '80s electro"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Gregory Curtis) ["Universal Music Publishing also confirms that Greg Curtis and Carole Bayer Sager have written tracks for Britney's forthcoming album"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Jazze Pha) ["In addition to Jazze Pha who has worked with some of the legends in the music business from Britney Spears to P. Diddy to Missy Elliott"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Jim Jonsin & Rico Love] ["As far as working with other major artists, I'm working with Britney Spears. I've done one song for Britney that they picked for her" "His performance skills attracted the attention of songwriter/rapper Rico Love, who's written for everyone from Usher to Britney Spears"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Junior Vasquez) ["He is trying to get a song approved for inclusion on Britney Spears' new album"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Kendrick Dean) ["With this expansion and with future projects like Celine Dion, and Britney Spears around the corner, Kendrick "WyldCard" Dean is in the fast lane to legendary greatness"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Kevin Kerrigan) ["KK was also involved in a number of records - including work with the likes of Britney Spears, Kylie, James, Shaznay Lewis, Yusuf Islam, KT Tunstall and Dido"]  Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Nervo) ["It is not the first time Spears has shown an interest in the Nervos - but the track she liked two years ago didn't make her album"] Unknown
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Peter Biker & Karsten "Delgado" Dahlgaard) ["In addition to their own tracks, they are also going to be collaborating with Cathy Dennis on potential tracks for the album"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by R. Kelly) ["I'm writing for Mariah Carey and Britney Spears at the moment"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Ryan Tedder) ["Presently, Alias is writing & producing songs with - and for Britney Spears"] Unknown
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Scott Storch) ["Spears is no stranger to recording in Miami. She previously worked with Storch in his salad days at the Hit Factory about five years ago, but none of those tracks wound up on any studio albums"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Sha Money XL & Jake One) ["You know, I'm working on some Britney **** right now, so it's like, I'm taking my guys from every angle"]  Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Switch) ["Switch also produced a track for Britney Spears- it didn't work out"] Unknown
  • Unknown title(s) (Composed by Taio Cruz) ["The way it's printed it sometimes sounds like I'm a super-producer, but the songs I wrote for Britney and Usher didn't end up on their albums"]  Not recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Terrell Carter) Unknown
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by The Runners) ["According to the July issue of The Source magazine, Hip-Hop duo and producers The Runners have produced 4 tracks for Britney's new album. They are also expecting to have Britney in their studio in Orlando at the end of July to finish up some vocal recordings. The Runners confirmed that Britney's much anticipated new album is set for a November 2007 release"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Ty Fyffe) ["And I'm about to do some work on Britney Spears new album"] Unknown
  • Untitled (For My Sister...) [Composed by Britney Spears] Recorded
  • Untitled (Lullabye) [Produced by Devo Springsteen] – Contains a sample from Crown Heights Affair's Feeling Tall. Originally pitched to Kim Ross and recorded as "Beautiful Lies" Recorded
  • Warning (Produced by Danja) Not recorded
  • Whateva (Produced by Lil Jon & The Clutch) Recorded
  • When I Grow Up (Produced by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins) – Contains a sample from The Yardbirds' He's Always There. Later given to and recorded by Nicole Scherzinger and released by The *****cat Dolls Not recorded
  • Who Can She Trust (Produced by J.R. Rotem) – Allegedly contains a sample from Eurythmics' Here Comes the Rain Again Recorded
  • Why Should I Be Sad (Produced by The Neptunes) Recorded
  • Yes I Will (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant and Sean Garrett) – Originally pitched to Jennifer Lopez Unconfirmed
  • Young and in Love (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) – Later given to and recorded by Jordin Sparks Not recorded

 

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  • Abroad (Produced by Danja) Recorded
  • Amnesia (Produced by Fernando Garibay) Recorded
  • Anything but Your Girlfriend (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) – Later given to and recorded by Genie Zhuo Wen Xuan as "Fan Pai" Unknown
  • Baby in the Shotgun (Produced by Greg Kurstin) Not recorded
  • Big Spender (Produced by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins) – Later given to and recorded by Adrienne Bailon Not recorded
  • Blur (Produced by Danja) Recorded
  • Burning Up (Produced by The Outsyders) – Also pitched to Rihanna Not recorded
  • Carousel (Produced by Mushtaq) – Later released by Lolene Unconfirmed
  • Charlie (Produced by Greg Kurstin) – Later given to and recorded by Miranda Cosgrove Unconfirmed
  • Circus (Produced by Dr. Luke & Benny Blanco) Recorded
  • Compete (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) Not recorded
  • Dangerous (Produced by Greg Kurstin) – Later given to and recorded by Momoiro Clover Z as "ROCK THE BOAT" Recorded
  • Dark Car (Produced by Freescha) Unconfirmed
  • Drop It Low (Produced by Polow Da Don) – Originally pitched to Ciara. Later released by Ester Dean Not recorded
  • Drown with Him (Produced by Future Cut) Unconfirmed
  • Elevator (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) Not recorded
  • Emotion Sickness (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) Not recorded
  • Entertainment (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) Not recorded
  • Every Day (Produced by Wax Ltd.) Recorded
  • Eye Spy (Produced by Shawn Desman & Lucas Secon) Not recorded
  • Feet on the Ground (Produced by Howie Hersh & Nick Terranova) Not recorded
  • Flame Thrower (Produced by Danja) Not recorded
  • Follow My Fingers (Produced by Freescha) – Later offered to Sky Ferreira Unfinished
  • Getcha (Produced by Greg Kurstin) Unconfirmed
  • Golden Girl (Produced by Polow Da Don) Unconfirmed
  • If U Seek Amy (Produced by Max Martin) Recorded
  • Insane (Produced by Howie Hersh & Nick Terranova) Not recorded
  • Inside Job (Produced by Laze & Royal) Not recorded
  • It's a Secret ("The person who gave me Secret never identified themselves to me. What you hear is all I had. I had spent weeks trying to confirm that they were legit. I was more inclined to believe them after they told me Felicia was coming back weeks before it was made public")  Recorded
  • Just for Kicks (Produced by Greg Kurstin) Unconfirmed
  • Kill the Lights (Produced by Danja) Recorded
  • Lace and Leather (Produced by Dr. Luke & Benny Blanco) Recorded
  • Lock Up (Produced by Freescha) Unconfirmed
  • Mannequin (Produced by Rob Knox & the Underdogs) Recorded
  • Mmm Papi (Produced by Cirkut) Recorded
  • My Baby (Produced by Guy Sigsworth) Recorded
  • My Radio (Produced by JD Salbego) Not recorded
  • No Way (Produced by Fernando Garibay) Not recorded
  • Out from Under (Produced by Guy SigsworthRecorded
  • Performance (Produced by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins) Not recorded
  • Phonography (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant and The Clutch) – Originally registered as "Photography" Recorded
  • Pucker Up (Produced by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins & Osinachi Nwaneri) – Later given to and recorded by Ciara Not recorded
  • Quicksand (Produced by Fernando Garibay) Recorded
  • Paradise (Produced by Wax Ltd.) Unknown
  • Rock Boy (Produced by Danja) Recorded
  • Rock Me In (Produced by Greg Kurstin) – Originally registered as "You Rock Me In" Recorded
  • Sayonara (Produced by Greg Kurstin) – Later given to and recorded by Miranda Cosgrove Unconfirmed
  • Shattered Glass (Produced by Dr. Luke & Benny Blanco) Recorded
  • Single (Produced by Shawn Desman) Not recorded
  • So Good (Produced by Freescha) Unconfirmed
  • Spank Me (Produced by Ryan Bowser & Greg Charley) – Later reworked as "S&M" and recorded by Rihanna Not recorded
  • Sweet Kisses (Produced by Greg Kurstin) Unconfirmed
  • Take the Bait (Produced by Danja) Unfinished
  • Telephone (Produced by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins) – Later released by Lady Gaga & Beyoncé. A version featuring Lady Gaga also exists Recorded
  • The Return (Produced by Shawn Desman) Not recorded
  • This Kiss (Produced by Future Cut) Recorded
  • Tough to Love (Produced by Greg Kurstin) – Later given to and recorded by Baby M Unconfirmed
  • Trouble (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant and The Clutch) Recorded
  • Turn Me Up (Produced by Soulshock & Karlin) – Also pitched to Christina Milian Not recorded
  • Under Arrest (Produced by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins) Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Akon) ["While Akon is working with Spears on her upcoming album, he is thinking about some other things these days, like acting"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Babyface) ["Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds is working with Britney on her new album according to the Daily 10 on E!"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Composed by Britney Spears) ["She describes to me a song she wrote last summer, "about artistic expression and the masquerade of people acting and putting on shows," she says. "Through that, you create your own world. The songs talks about how other people are coming into this girl's world, but she didn't invite them in. So she' saying, 'Why are you here, if I didn't invite you?' It's complicated, but you can tell it's me who wrote it, because it's in my voice, and there's a difference"] Unknown
  • Unknown title(s) (Composed by Britney Spears & Coco Morier) ["Britney and I wrote about 9 or 10 songs together"] Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Composed by Britney Spears, Wally Gagel & Xandy Barry) ["We were secretly holed up at Conway Recording and wrote three songs with her"] Unknown
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Cirkut) ["The trio, now based in Toronto, submitted several tunes to Kobalt Music in Los Angeles, and one of their submissions was picked up by Morier"] Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Dallas Austin) Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Damon Elliott) ["Ling let it slip that her boyfriend/producer Damon Elliott, was in the recording studio with Spears last night"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Danja & Brian Kennedy) ["Yeah, the music. Well actually, I'm working with producers like Danja and Brian Kennedy, so I'm just really trying to get the writing down, the lyrics and stuff"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Danja & Evan "Kidd" Bogart) ["Danja is dope! We worked on some records for Beyonce and Britney that didn't end up on either album, but I really loved our dynamic and look forward to doing more work together"] Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Fredwreck) Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by J.R. Rotem) ["Britney Spears is back in the recording studio with J.R. Rotem and Sean Garrett, the producers confirm to PEOPLE"] Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Junkie XL) ["In a press release Junkie XL's manager says: 'Junkie XL had been asked to write 3 songs for Britney Spears' new album. Those 3 tracks were offered to her but Britney decided not to use any of the tracks'"] Not recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Kara DioGuardi) ["This month Kara continues to work with recording artist Britney Spears" "She is currently collaborating with writers/producers Justin Timberlake, Steve McEwan, Danja, Brian Howes, Jess Cates, Jason Reeves, Marti Frederiksen, John Fields, Dan & Leah, Nicole Morier, Bloodshy & Avant, Cisco Adler"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Composed by Kaz James) ["My publishers asked me to write some stuff for the record," he said. "If she takes it, she takes it. Who knows? It might happen, it might not"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Lil Jon) ["Britney is very intelligent and she's really set up [for success],"says Jon, who is one of the album's producers"] Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Rob Knox & the Underdogs) ["I would love to work with Britney again but I'm not sure. I did like 3 other songs with her but it didn't make the album unfortunately"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Composed by Ruth-Anne Cunningham) ["As we speak to her, Cunningham's just stepped off the plane from London, where she was working on a new Britney spears track and some of her own material with several different producers"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Sean Garrett) ["Britney Spears is back in the recording studio with J.R. Rotem and Sean Garrett, the producers confirm to PEOPLE"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by The Runaways) ["She's currently working in the studio with Guy Sigsworth and then scheduled with The Runawayz late June"] Unknown
  • Untitled (Follow) [Produced by Danja] Not recorded
  • Unusual You (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) Recorded
  • Velvet Lipstick (Produced by Bloodshy & Avant) Not recorded
  • Venom (Produced by JD Salbego) Not recorded
  • Whiplash (Produced by Greg Kurstin) – Later given to and recorded by Selena Gomez Recorded
  • Womanizer (Produced by The Outsyders) Recorded

 

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  • 3 (Produced by Max Martin & Shellback) Recorded
  • Criminal (Produced by Max Martin & Shellback) – Originally registered as "In Love with a Criminal" Recorded
  • Face of Love (Produced by Lucas Secon) – Later given to and recorded by Miranda Cosgrove Unconfirmed
  • Friday I'll Be Over U (Produced by Max Martin & Shellback) – Later given to and recorded by Allison Iraheta Unconfirmed
  • Get Outta My Way (Produced by Cutfather, Peter Wallevik, Daniel Davidsen, Damon Sharpe & Lucas Secon) – Also pitched to Alexandra Burke, Pixie Lott and Wynter Gordon. Later given to and recorded by Kylie Minogue Not recorded
  • Heads Up (Produced by Lucas Secon) – Later given to and recorded by Double as "Lips" Not recorded
  • I Wanna Go (Produced by Max Martin & Shellback) – Originally registered as "I-I-I Wanna Go-o-o" Recorded
  • It's All in the Game – Tommy Edwards cover Recorded
  • King of My Castle (Produced by Lucas Secon) – Contains an interpolation from Wamdue Project's King of My Castle. Later released by Shayne Ward and J. Pearl as "Must Be a Reason Why..." Unfinished
  • Red Is the Color (Produced by Cutfather) Not recorded
  • Scorpio Girl (Produced by Tsour Lee Adato) – Later given to and recorded by Kitty Brucknell Unconfirmed
  • Unknown title (Produced by Dallas Austin) ["A source tells us Spears and Austin spent some time together "two weeks ago at Dallas' house" in Atlanta, where, "It was just the two of them for a few nights." Another source told us that while they were there, the power duo "discussed music, life, and work"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Max Martin) ["Working on a new Britney Spears song with Max Martin! Rock Joint!"] Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Tsour Lee Adato) ["After the documentary I decided it was time to work on my passion, music. When I worked with Britney, she recorded several things with my music, just for fun, and it was really great! We still are friends. She is a fascinating person and has an incredible family"] Recorded
  • Up n' Down (Produced by Max Martin, Shellback & Oligee) – Borrows the baseline from Inner City's Good Life Recorded

 

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  • (Drop Dead) Beautiful [feat. Sabi] (Produced by Benny Blanco, Ammo, JMike & Billboard) – Originally pitched to Chris Brown Recorded
  • Antidote (Produced by Dr. Luke) Unconfirmed
  • Armageddon (Produced by Alex Da Kid) Unconfirmed
  • Bad Girl (Produced by the Fliptones] Not recorded
  • Bad Habit (Produced by The Outsyders & Corte Ellis) Not recorded
  • Being Britney (Composed by Jessie J) Not recorded
  • Big Fat Bass (feat will.i.am) [Produced by will.i.am] – Originally registered as "Big Fat ***" Last song recorded for the album
  • Black Widow (Produced by Jesse Owen Astin) Not recorded
  • Boy Toy (Produced by The Outsyders) Not recorded
  • Break the Circle (Produced by Fraser T Smith) Not recorded
  • Chains (Produced by Fraser T Smith) Not recorded
  • Click (Produced by Daniel Sherman & Winston Sela) Not recorded
  • Connected (Produced by Bloodshy, Henrik Jonback & Magnus Lidehäll) Not recorded
  • Criminal (Produced by Joren van der Voort) – Not to be confused with Criminal Not recorded
  • Dirty Girl (Produced by Russ Castella) Not recorded
  • Don't Keep Me Waiting (Produced by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins) Recorded
  • Fashion & Vibe – Later released by Lolene Unconfirmed
  • Gasoline (Produced by Dr. Luke & Benny Blanco) Recorded
  • Glow in the Dark (Produced by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins) – Later given to and recorded by Carishma Not recorded
  • He About to Lose Me (Produced by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins) Recorded
  • Hit (feat. Gucci Mane) Unknown
  • Hold It Against Me (Produced by Dr. Luke, Max Martin & Billboard) – Originally pitched to Katy Perry Recorded
  • How I Roll (Produced by Bloodshy, Henrik Jonback & Magnus Lidehäll) Recorded
  • Human Nature (Produced by The Outsyders) Not recorded
  • I Dare You (Produced by Fraser T Smith) Not recorded
  • I Need a Change (Produced by Stargate & Sandy Vee) Not recorded
  • Inside Out (Produced by Billboard) Recorded
  • Louder (Produced by GoodWill & MGI) – Originally pitched as an Akon collaboration Not recorded
  • Love Is War (Produced by Fraser T Smith) – Later offered to Adam Lambert, Beyoncé, Celine Dion, Leona Lewis and Rihanna  Not recorded
  • Masquerade (Produced by Dillon Pace) Not recorded
  • My First Love (Produced by Bloodshy, Henrik Jonback & Magnus Lidehäll) Not recorded
  • Outta My Head (Produced by Fernando Garibay) Not recorded
  • Prince Charming (Produced by Chad Beats) Not recorded
  • Pulse (Produced by Fraser T Smith) – Not to be confused with Pulse. Later given to and recorded by Mandy Capristo Not recorded
  • Rules of Attraction (Produced by Fraser T Smith) Not recorded
  • Scary (Produced by Fraser T Smith) Recorded
  • Seal It with a Kiss (Produced by Dr. Luke, Max Martin & Cirkut) Recorded
  • Second Chances (Produced by Scott Storch) Recorded
  • Selfish (Produced by Stargate & Sandy Vee) Recorded
  • Sorry Adam (Produced by Nasri) Not recorded
  • Stereotypical Lover (Produced by William Orbit) Not recorded
  • SuperLuva (Produced by Fernando Garibay) – Later given to and recorded by Starshell Unconfirmed
  • Survival (Produced by Patrick Wolf) Not recorded
  • Switch You On (Produced by Fraser T Smith) Not recorded
  • Tear the Club Up (Produced by The Outsyders)  Not recorded
  • Till the World Ends (Produced by Dr. Luke, Max Martin & Billboard) – Originally recorded by Kesha Recorded
  • Timebomb (Produced by Fraser T Smith)  Not recorded
  • Trip to Your Heart (Produced by Bloodshy, Henrik Jonback & Magnus Lidehäll) Recorded
  • Trouble for Me (Produced by Fraser T Smith) Recorded
  • Unbroken (Produced by Fraser T Smith) Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Alex Da Kid) ["I am currently in the studio with a number of other artists, including Britney Spears, and I'm really excited at what the future holds"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Composed by Cathy Dennis) ["Where is she now? Still churning out the hits for other artists (she's working on Britney's forthcoming album)"Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Dan Black & Ryan Tedder) ["He says Spears producer Max Martin is considering a song he produced with Dan Black. "It's mind-bendy and trippy," Tedder said"] Unknown
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Danja) ["We did have a meeting like a year ago, and they wanted it to sound urban, hard-hitting, not so much dance, but just that similar sound." Danja says that he has yet to actually get in the studio with the star, but he has been in conversation with her about any potential songs that might be included on her still untitled album. "Well, for me, this time around I haven't been in with her yet," he revealed. "It's just been us writing and creating and really nailing a sound or a song more than anything"] Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Deadmau5) ["I don't know why Deadmau5 is lying I was at the party he announced it as a new Britney track. If he was not supposed to play it then I can see why he is denying it"Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Jean Baptiste) ["She's working with Jean Baptiste! He did lots of the recent Black Eyed Peas stuff"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Klas Åhlund & William Orbit) ["did a song w Klas Ahlund, who wrote 'Piece of Me'. And is killa. But not on FF apparently"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by MSTRKRFT) ["I worked with MSTRKRFT last month. They don't do too much pop songwriting, but I'm convinced it'd be so great to get their sound to someone like Britney, it's so heavy"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Pharrell Williams) ["He said he and Spears are "going back and forth" about work on her upcoming CD"]  Not recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Rusko) ["So of the three tracks I wrote, one of them has already gone to Pixie Lott, she's this singer from the UK. And the other two have gone to another singer that I'm not allowed to tell anybody about yet"]  Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Composed by Sia) ["She then opened up about her rumored involvement in Britney Spears' upcoming album, revealing that she unfortunately didn't make the final cut, but she still thinks that her and Britney could make a good ballad together"] Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Tiësto) ["Yes, it's all true. I'm already working on a track for her new album. She's too crazy about that track. I haven't met her personally yet, just had lunch with Jive Records A&R; Terese LaBarbera", said the producer. "Now, they're looking for a good songwriter for the lyrics"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by will.i.am) ["In the studio with Britney Spears today. We recorded another song for 'Femme Fatale.' That's two bangers"] Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Writing camp) ["The writing took place at Teresa LaBarbera's Bed & Breakfast in Texas. The writers that attended were Evan Kidd Bogart, Eric Bellringer, K. Briscoe of The Outsyders, Nervo, Toby Gad, Warren 'Oak' Felder, Andrew 'Pop' Wansel, Neon Hitch, Bonnie McKee, Heather Bright, Livvi Franc, Steve Kipner, Patriots Music (Ryan Tedder's publishing company), Famties, Julie Frost, Jennifer Livingston, Brian McFadden, Lago, Danja, Claude Kelly, William Orbit and Jewel" "Forgot to mention this -- Remember the writing camp? Apparently everything from that writing camp was eventually scrapped as the album switched gears toward the album's current incarnation. The album really was originally going to be released in late August but they felt uncomfortable with the album as it was and decided to go in a new direction"] Recorded
  • Watch Me (Produced by Flex & Hated) Not recorded
  • Vertigo (Produced by Fraser T Smith) Not recorded
  • What Do You Take Me For? (Produced by Rusko) – Later given to and recorded by Pixie Lott Not recorded

 

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  • 10 Seconds (Produced by Dev Hynes) Not recorded
  • Alien (Produced by William Orbit & HyGrade) Recorded
  • Body Ache (Produced by David Guetta, Giorgio Tuinfort & will.i.am) Not recorded
  • Brightest Morning Star (Produced by Dr. Luke & Cirkut) Recorded
  • Chillin' with You (with Jamie Lynn) [Produced by will.i.am & Freshmen III] Not recorded
  • Don't Cry (Produced by will.i.am, Richard Vission, Chico Bennett, Zach "Reazon" Heiligman, William "DJ Keebz" Kebler & LWAM) Recorded
  • Father's Eyes (Produced by Arnþór Birgisson) – Later released by Ask Embla Unknown
  • Hold on Tight (Produced by Kool Kojak & A.C) Recorded
  • Home (feat. will.i.am) [Produced by Free School & will.i.am] Unconfirmed
  • I'll Remember You (Produced by Bloodshy & Style of Eye) – Later released by Galantis as "You" Unconfirmed
  • It Should Be Easy (Produced by David Guetta, Giorgio Tuinfort, Nicky Romero & Marcus van Wattum) – Originally registered as "Love Should Be Easy" and credited to "will.i.am featuring Britney Spears & David Guetta" First song recorded for the album
  • Lover Boy (Produced by Guy Sigsworth) Not recorded
  • Now That I Found You (Produced by Giorgio Tuinfort & will.i.am) Last song recorded for the album
  • Outta Control (Produced by Mike WiLL Made-It) Recorded
  • Passenger (Produced by Diplo) – Originally registered as "Passengers" and recorded by Katy Perry Recorded
  • Perfume (Produced by Christopher Braide) – Later remixed by will.i.am & Keith Harris Recorded
  • Police (Produced by Jean Baptiste) Recorded
  • Same Old Love (Produced by Stargate & Benny Blanco) ["The fact that Same Old Love almost ended up on Britney Jean, but will.i.am discarded the song before Britney had the chance to listen the demo"] – Later given to and recorded by Rihanna & Selena Gomez Unconfirmed
  • Siren (Composed by Myah Marie) Not recorded
  • Stayin Out All Night (Produced by Dr. Luke & Cirkut) – Later given to and recorded by Wiz Khalifa Not recorded
  • Tik Tik Boom (Produced by Anthony Preston & Damien LeRoy) – Originally offered to and recorded by G.R.L. Recorded
  • Til It's Gone (Produced by Giorgio Tuinfort & will.i.am) Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Afrojack) Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Ammo & Savan Kotecha) Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Andre Lindal, Darkchild & Ina Wroldsen) Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Anthony Preston & Sandy Vee) ["Just had another listen to a co-prod me and @sandyveeNYC are workin up for @britneyspears"] Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Bloodshy) ["We haven’t done anything on her new album, which is the first time ever since we started working together in 2002"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Composed by Bonnie McKee) Unknown
  • Unknown title (Composed by Candice Pillay) Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by DJ Replay) Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Danja) Unknown
  • Unknown title (Composed by Danny Mercer) Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Elijah Blake) Unknown
  • Unknown title (Composed by Ester Dean) Unknown
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Hit-Boy) Recorded
  • Unknown title (feat. Wiz Khalifa) [Produced by Jean Baptiste] Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) [Produced by Jean Baptiste & Evan Votyas] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Composed by Jon Asher) Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Composed by Karl Broderick) Not recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Michael "Free School" McHenry) Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Naughty Boy) [“Me and Naughty Boy did the Britney song and sent it off. It’s fun writing for an icon and being Britney for the day”] Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Scoop DeVille) Recorded
  • Unknown title (Composed by Stacy Barthe) Unconfirmed
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Starsmith) Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Up in My Bussiness) [Produced by will.i.am] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Woodkid) Unconfirmed
  • Untitled (Produced by Dev Hynes) Not recorded
  • Work ***** (Produced by Sebastian Ingrosso, Otto Knows & will.i.am) Not recorded

 

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  • Better (Produced by BloodPop) Recorded
  • Breathe Heavy (Produced by Andrew Goldstein) – Later given to and recorded by BP RANIA Not recorded
  • Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortés) [Produced by Mattman & Robin] Recorded
  • Clumsy (Produced by Warren "Oak" Felder & Alex Nice) First song recorded for the album
  • Coupure Électrique (Produced by Lance Eric Shipp) Recorded
  • Do You Wanna Come Over? (Produced by Mattman & Robin) Recorded
  • Don't Tell It (Produced by Jerome "J Roc" Harmon) Unconfirmed
  • Exaholic (Produced by Rock Mafia) Recorded
  • Freedom (Composed by Britney Spears) Recorded
  • Hard to Forget Ya (Produced by Oscar Görres & Ian Kirkpatrick) – Originally registered as "Can't Forget You" Recorded
  • If I'm Dancing (Produced by Ian Kirkpatrick) Recorded
  • Invitation (Produced by Nick Monson) Recorded
  • Just Like Me (Produced by Nick Monson) Recorded
  • Just Luv Me (Produced by Cashmere Cat & Robopop) Recorded
  • Kiss and Make Up (Produced by Banx & Ranx) Later offered to Demi Lovato and Miley Cyrus and recorded by Dua Lipa Not recorded
  • Liar (Produced by Jason Evigan) Recorded
  • Love Affair (Produced by BloodPop) Unconfirmed
  • Love Me Down (Produced by Andrew Goldstein) Last song recorded for the album
  • Make Me... (feat. G-Eazy) [Produced by Burns] – Originally registered as "Make Me (Oooh)" A solo version also exists Recorded
  • Man on the Moon (Produced by Jason Evigan) Recorded
  • Matches (with Backstreet Boys) (Produced by Mike Wise & Ian Kirkpatrick) Recorded
  • Mood Ring (Produced by DJ Mustard & Twice as Nice) – Originally registered as "Mood Swings" and pitched as a Chainsmokers collaboration. The Chainsmokers' instrumental was later released as "Waterbed" Recorded
  • Peek-a-Boo (Produced by Moonshine) – Later given to and recorded by Red Velvet Not recorded
  • Pretty Girls (with Iggy Azalea) [Produced by The Invisible Men] – Originally pitched to Charli XCX and recorded as "Heart in My Pocket" A solo version also exists Recorded
  • Private Show (Produced by Tramaine "Young Fyre" Winfrey) Recorded
  • Secret (Shh) [Produced by SOPHIE & Jodie Harsh] – Later given to and recorded by Charli XCX Not recorded
  • Slay (Produced by Andrew Goldstein) – Later given to and recorded by Koda Kumi as "W Face" Unconfirmed
  • Slumber Party (Produced by Mattman & Robin) Recorded
  • Swimming in the Stars (Produced by Matthew Koma & Dan Book) Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Alex Da Kid) Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Big Tank) Unknown
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Burns) Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by CJ Baran) Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Composed by Coco Morier) Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Danja) Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Dr. Luke) Unconfirmed
  • Unknown title (Produced by Esjay Jones, Gina Schock & Trey Vittetoe) Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by HURTS) Unknown
  • Unknown title (Produced by Ian Kirkpatrick, Chantal Kreviazuk & Simon Wilcox) ["Can you describe your work with her with one word? rockandrolltoatee"Recorded
  • Unknown title (Composed by Kerli) Unconfirmed
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Matthew Koma) ["There's one song that's inspired by Squeeze"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Roccstar) Unconfirmed
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Rock Mafia) ["About three weeks ago Britney Spears called me at my house, and she said, “I’m in Vegas and I want you to write blah-blah-blah"Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by Sam Bruno & Tommie McLaughlin) Recorded
  • Unknown title (Produced by William Orbit) Unconfirmed
  • Unknown title (Produced by Yellow Claw) Unconfirmed
  • What You Need (Produced by Tramaine "Young Fyre" Winfrey) – Originally registered as "What You Want" Recorded
  • When I Rule the World (Produced by SOPHIE) – Later given to and recorded by Liz Not recorded

 

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  • Demonstrate (Produced by Danja) Not recorded
  • **** What You Know (Produced by Danja) Not recorded
  • Marilyn Monroe (Produced by Danja) Not recorded
  • Nice to Meet Ya (Produced by Ojivolta) ["A member from ATRL told me that Meghan’s team sent the NTMY demo to Britney’s team in 2018, but they didn't answer if they would keep the song"] – Later released by Meghan Trainor & Nicki Minaj Unconfirmed
  • Unknown title (Composed by Ava Max) ["Ava Max wrote a song for Britney last year but her label didn’t gave her the chance to send it to Britney. In the end, I believe Ava recorded the song for her own album"] Unconfirmed
  • Unknown title(s) (Produced by Danja) ["It's like 3-4 more I can't remember the titles right now"] Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Composed by Jon Asher) Not recorded
  • Welcome to the Jungle (Produced by Danja) Not recorded

 

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  • Black Cat (Produced by Kevin Antunes) – Janet Jackson cover Recorded
  • Burning Up (Produced by Simon Ellis) – Madonna cover Recorded
  • Crazy (with Kevin Federline) [Produced by BoskoRecorded
  • Fairytale of New York (with Robbie Williams) [Produced by Guy Chambers] Not recorded
  • Follow Me (Theme Song from the Nickelodeon Series "Zoey 101") [Produced by Bloodshy & Avant] – Later recorded by Jamie Lynn Recorded
  • Hands (Produced by BloodPop & Mark Ronson) Recorded
  • Hey Ma (with Pitbull & Romeo Santos) [Produced by Sermstyle, T-Collar & Pip Kembo] – Originally offered to and recorded by Akon. Later given to and recorded by Camilla Cabello and J Balvin Recorded
  • I Feel So Free with You (with Pitbull & Marc Anthony) Recorded
  • I Have Nothing – Whitney Houston cover Recorded
  • I'm Scared (Produced by by Simon Ellis) – Duffy cover Recorded
  • I've Been Loving You Too Long (Produced by Christopher "Notes" Olsen) – Otis Redding cover Recorded
  • I’ve Got the Urge (To Herbal) Recorded
  • It's a Small World Unconfirmed
  • It’s Time for You ("The Las Vegas Review Journal reports Britney Spears was approached to do an ad spot for the next Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority television commercial, but a rep for the organization said Spears’ wanted to do it but had to turn it down for contractual reasons. Had she been able to do the spot, it would have involved her lip-syncing the unreleased Frank Sinatra song “It’s Time for You”) Not recorded
  • Jesus Loves Me – Whitney Houston cover Unknown
  • Material Girl (Produced by Kevin Antunes) – Madonna cover Recorded
  • Me, Myself & I (with G-Eazy) [Produced by Christoph Andersson & Bebe Rexha] Recorded
  • My Only Wish (This Year) (Produced by Brian Kierulf & Josh Schwartz) Recorded
  • Nasty (Produced by Kevin Antunes) – Janet Jackson cover Recorded
  • New Millennium (Produced by Wade Robson) Recorded
  • Now and Then (Produced by Samuel Paul Godin) Recorded
  • Ooh La La (Produced by Dr. Luke, Ammo & Cirkut) Recorded
  • Open Arms (Produced by Kevin Antunes) – Journey cover Recorded
  • Right Now (Taste the Victory) [Produced by Brian Kierulf, Josh Schwartz & Steve Lunt] Recorded
  • S&M (Remix) [with Rihanna] (Produced by Stargate & Sandy Vee) Recorded
  • Say My Name (with David Guetta & J Balvin) [Produced by David Guetta, Giorgio Tuinfort & Boaz van der Beatz) ["The fact that “Say My Name” was sent to so many singers before Bebe got the spot... Even Britney said no to David’s team"] – Later given to and recorded by Demi Lovato & Bebe Rexha Unconfirmed
  • Silent Night (Produced by Brian Kierulf & Josh Schwartz) ["She finished 3 songs for Platinum Christmas and they decided to use My Only Wish. I know she’s also recorded a studio version of Silent Night, too"Unconfirmed
  • SMS (Bangerz) [with Miley Cyrus] (Produced by Mike WiLL Made-It & Marquel "Marz" Middlebrooks) Recorded
  • Scream and Shout (with will.i.am) [Produced by Basto & will.i.am] – Originally offered to and recorded by Tulisa as "I Don't Give a ****" Recorded
  • The Joy of Pepsi (Composed by Mary Frisbie Haye & Clifford Lane) Recorded
  • Tilt Ya Head Back (with Nelly) [Produced by Doe Mo' Beats] – Later offered to Janet Jackson and recorded by Christina Aguilera Recorded
  • Today (Produced by Darrin “Piano Man” Whittington) – Originally pitched to Toni Braxton Recorded
  • Tom's Diner (with Giorgio Moroder) [Produced by Raney Shockne, Jean-Yves "Jeeve" Ducornet & Patrick Jordan-Patrikios] Unfinished
  • Trouble (Produced by Christopher "Notes" Olsen) – Elvis Presley cover Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Christmas album) ["A few buddies and I ran across a promo that Jive Records hopes to become a record. Britney Spears, a few years back, recorded a few rough tracks, which were to become a Christmas album of some sorts. Who knows what happened. But the few tracks on the demo that I heard were promising"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (with Dionne Warwick) [Produced by Damon Elliott] ("The legendary lady of song is celebrating her 45th year in music with a world tour and is putting the finishing touches on an upcoming CD of duets of her hits performed with Gladys Knight, Jill Scott, Britney Spears, Kelly Rowland, Kelis, Chante Moore, Angie Stone, Deborah Cox, Mya and Wynonna Judd") – Dionne Warwick cover Recorded
  • Unknown title(s) (Don Philip's album) [Produced by Eric Foster White] ("And I did background [vocals] on several of her [songs] and she did mine too. We recorded a lot in New Jersey with Eric Foster White") Recorded
  • Unknown title (with Kiley Dean) (Produced by Timbaland) ["Not only was I seeing the world but I was doing something I loved, as well as bonding with Britney." "We became great friends and we still keep in constant contact." Kiley further states that Britney supports her 100%. "Britney was really feeling my songs that Timbaland and I put together." "She wanted to jump on a couple songs right away"] Unknown
  • Unknown title(s) (Otis Redding tribute album) (Produced by Christopher "Notes" Olsen) – Otis Redding cover(s) Recorded
  • Unknown title (with Pauly D) (Produced by Pauly D) ["It's tough, but I got a perfect song for her. If that happens, that's a wrap." And it's not just wishful thinking on his part. Pauly D, who opened for the singer during several stops of her 2011 Femme Fatale tour, revealed that the new "X Factor" judge has, in fact, listened to the potential track for on his new album"] Not recorded
  • Unknown title (Pope John Paul II tribute album) [Produced by Rick Garson] ("And producer Rick Garson is stunned that Britney has agreed to take part. He says, "Everyone thought I was crazy but from the moment it was mentioned to me I thought it was an exciting project and that she might want to do it." Garson adds, "It's not about Catholicism it's about spirituality. For young people with school shootings and violence it's a good way to get the message out that there's light at the end of the tunnel. That's why it's called "World Voice," because we're all the same." Spears' poetry reading will be accompanied by the Pope's own narrative. Garson adds, "The Pope will be recording with all the big names." And despite being delighted by Spears' involvement, Garson admits the "icing on the cake" is the involvement of soul singer R Kelly") Unknown
  • Unknown title (with Robbie Williams) [Produced by Guy Chambers] ("The U.K.'s biggest pop star plans to team up with the reigning pop princess of the U.S. Robbie Williams is in talks to duet with Britney Spears for his upcoming big band album now called "Swing When You're Winning," The Sun reports. Robbie is said to be in the U.S. now, working on his album and undergoing negotiations with Britney's team") Not recorded
  • Unknown title (with Sabi) (Produced by Dr. Luke) ["you guys ready for more brit magic? collab with the femme fatale herself on my new album dropping soon!"] Recorded
  • Unknown title (The Beatles tribute album) ["Madonna, Dr. Dre, Britney Spears, the Corrs, Julian Lennon and members of the Eagles and Queen are among those contributing to a Linda McCartney tribute album due in Spring 2002. The as-yet-untitled double-CD set will feature 38 Beatles covers and will benefit the Women and Cancer Fund, according to a spokesperson from the project"] - The Beatles cover Unknown
  • We Will Rock You (with Beyoncé & P!nk) (Produced by Brian May) – Queen cover Recorded
  • What More Can I Give (Produced by Michael Jackson & Mark SchaffelUnknown
  • What's Going On (Produced by Jermaine Dupri) – Marvin Gaye cover Recorded
  • You Oughta Know (Produced by by Simon Ellis) – Alanis Morissette cover Recorded

 

the effort that must have gone into this tho :crying1_britney_sobbing_tears_2006_sad:

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