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    Learning about pop music, and just listening to the music that I love. I also like airplanes and skiing.
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  1. I am so insanely happy that she is finally getting the positive look from people that she deserves. From all that she has been through, she truly is one of the strongest people alive. Justice will come next! Regardless how long it takes, I will NEVER stop supporting her through all of this.
  2. So about her control (only discussing albums and a little bit about singles, not music videos, performances, etc.): She didn't really have control over her debut album. Though I don't think she really cared because she was still in the "I want it all" phase that all popstars go through early on. On Oops she had control over the concept, and she also wrote the song "Dear Diary", so her control did expand a bit, though barely. Britney is really where she started to take more control. She was able to achieve a bit of a more mature sound on this album compared to others. I personally cannot speak on how much Crossroads affected the album. In The Zone involved a high degree of creative control from Britney Spears, though she had to push hard for it. All of the singles (except for "Outrageous") were her choice. Original Doll is tricky because we may never know the truth about why nothing happened with it. Her label could have been mad because she got rid of her manager and debuted Mona Lisa on her own like most people say, but who really knows in the end. If some of the more provocative songs (like "Ouch!") were really intended for the album at some point, then them being released as singles could garner a lot of attention to the album, making it very successful. She may have had pregnancies, but I don't think that would have effected the success of the album that much. Madonna gave birth to her second child literally ten days before one of her biggest hits, "Music", was released. Britney Spears did not have as much involvement in Blackout as most people think. Some people say that she had control over the concept, though I am not sure as of right now what they mean by that. With Circus we enter the "post breakdown" albums, which is where things start to get tricky and rumors start to fly. I have heard people say that there was something different in Britney's mind, but I am not really sure about that. I am sure though that the album was engineered to be strong for Britney's comeback. With Femme Fatale, Britney Spears did not get what she wanted. I know about the whole "but we got Criminal and He About to Lose Me" arguments, but those songs have a notable layer of heavy synths on them to help them blend in with the rest of the album. Even when Kesha had the original concept for her album Warrior changed against her will, she still had some songs from the original rock concept on the album, but she even managed to be vocal about it on Twitter by saying that she didn't want to sing "Die Young". If you are wondering why Britney Spears didn't so the same for Femme Fatale, and only said positive things about the album, is because Kesha was (more likely than not) forced to take down her tweet. Considering that Britney Spears also had a conservatorship hanging over her, I believe that she would not want to step out and say anything at all. I would highly suggest looking at this link regarding Femme Fatale (Everything is cited with a source): https://web.archive.org/web/20140101223938/https://unreleasedbritney.4mg.com/albums.html (When looking at each source, please be sure to remove the "https://web.archive.org/web/(insert random numbers here)/" from the link in the search bar, and then hit enter again.) Britney Jean is pretty controversial. Now I admit, even as a question I should not have postulated the most likely false rumor that she angrily left recording studios, that's on me. Regardless, something about the album not completely have Britney's vocals (besides backup vocals which is fine) is fishy to me. I don't think that it has to do with the residency keeping her busy. There are multiple examples (one really good one in particular) where celebrities have recorded albums in the middle of other projects, and they have been completed with their own vocals. On the sound, the "Blackout 2.0" tweet is definitely blown out of proportion by many. I do think that she was more interested in hip hop in some way though, especially considering the Femme Fatale situation. That being said, I personally do believe that regardless of what direction the album went, she genuinely liked "Alien" and all of the Sia collabs. Glory is a bit weird, because once again their are songs from before and after the concept change happened. She was most definitely allowed creative control because Circus, Femme Fatale, and Britney Jean conveniently had serious changes happening around their releases. Circus was Britney's comeback, Femme Fatale was when Jive was absorbed by RCA, and Britney Jean was around the time of Piece of Me starting. I think that her label wanted to play things safe to maximize profits/protect her image during big changes. Glory didn't have anything major happening around it, so there wasn't a worry there.
  3. NOTE: I put "alleged" in the title so if it's fake don't get made at me. The song is titled "Never Give Up", and it was made by Elle Vee. Since there is a policy that you can't post links for leaks, please just type "Britney Spears - Never Give Up (Britney Jean - NEW Demo)".
  4. I am happy to see that a certain app that I will also not name (because I too dislike it very much) is giving Britney Spears some attention. It is a shame that this app is responsible for so much low-effort fame though (I am referring to influencers).
  5. MATM "flopped" because the radio boycott had not ended yet. EDIT: Madonna was also under an even more intense radio boycott at the time because of American Life, so that probably didn't help.
  6. Since they already knew that Britney Spears wanted to make a new album by this point, in my opinion they should have waited to start the residency in December 2014 as opposed to December 2013.
  7. Not doing a 1938 The War of the Worlds style single release for Kill the Lights: Kill the Lights should have been the third single from Circus with a very unique radio release. During the day of its release, out of nowhere all pop radio stations (as privately planned beforehand) cut out, and then you hear the song begin with Danja's announcement. People would genuinely believe that an important announcement was being made, and then out of nowhere they hear the song play. I mean, it would have been insane to do this, but iconic.
  8. The original concept that she worked on was great (these are the three known Dev Hynes demos):
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