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  1. So I recently heard it again after a while and oh my god I’m so obsessed with it. I can’t sleep because I love it so much. Gotta be honest. Became a fan of Britney in 2017 and I always wanted to experience a Britney era of promotion, singles and finally the album itself! I used to practically listen to Britney all the time. The order was: B B B B B B some other artist B B B B B B! Since the #FreeBritney movement started, I’ve kinda gotten into Britney’s music again! I always loved her and always cared for her (that never changed and never will) but I just listened to her music less. So happy being obsessed with Brit again!
  2. It's Henry again, hello I found a lot of threads like that here but they are all archived so I can't replay I am obsessed with Love Me Down instrumental Imo this sounds so good, fresh, chill and I love that summer vibe What about you?
  3. Series 3: Analyzing Britney's iconic producers (Danja). Danja is an American record producer and songwriter from Virginia Beach, Virginia. Starting off as a co-producer for Timbaland, he has since then created an extensive catalog of solo-produced singles. He has produced songs for artists such as Britney Spears, Usher, Keri Hilson, T.I., Nelly Furtado, Ciara, Mariah Carey, Timbaland, Madonna, Whitney Houston, Missy Elliott, M.I.A., Justin Timberlake, JoJo, Joe Jonas, Pink, Björk and Duran Duran. In 2007, Danja produced “Gimme More” for Britney Spears, as well as “Break The Ice” and five other tracks for her ‘Blackout’ album. The following year, he produced “Kill the Lights” and five other songs for Britney Spears' album ‘Circus’, but only three songs appeared on the album. He is still considered one of the best producers she has collaborated with... Songs: 1) “Gimme More” (2007) 2) “Break The Ice” (2007) 3) “Get Naked (I Got a Plan)” (2007) 4) “Hot as Ice” (2007) 5) “Perfect Lover” (2007) 6) “Get Back” (2007) 7) “Outta This World” (2007) – Bonus track 8) “Kill The Lights” (2008) 9) “Blur” (2008) 10) “Rock Boy” (2008) – Bonus track Should Britney go back to the studio with Danja for B10?!?
  4. Jamie Lynn Spears says her parents and management pushed adoption and abortion on her in 2007 after revealing she was pregnant at 16-years-old. New quotes from her forthcoming book, 'Things I Should Have Said,' appeared online. In one passage, JL says people in her inner circle "... came to my room trying to convince me that having a baby at this point in my life was a terrible idea … 'It will kill your career. You are just too young. You don’t know what you’re doing. There are pills you can take. We can help you take care of this problem … I know a doctor,'" adding, "everyone around me just wanted to make this 'issue' disappear." She adds: "...everyone was certain that termination would be the best course of action." Jamie Lynn also admits her phone was taken away from her to stop her from speaking with anyone outside her immediate inner circle. One of her big regrets was not telling Britney herself she was pregnant. "I needed her more than ever and she wasn’t able to help me in my most vulnerable time … To this day, the hurt of not being able to tell my sister myself still lingers.” She also says she and her dad Jamie got into a fight over her pregnancy, saying he was "slinging words and tossing insults." Eventually, Jamie Lynn's team made an agreement with OK! Magazine to break the pregnancy story. It appears Jamie Lynn and Britney have a fractured relationship with one another now. One passage in the book worth highlighting again is "I needed her more than ever and she wasn’t able to help me in my most vulnerable time." I suspect Britney feels the same right about now. However, the wedge between them may dig deeper as Jamie Lynn shares her story in a public memoir. Reporting by @Jordan Miller
  5. hi, just two questions I would like to have clarified, Britney mentioned she went to AA meetings and wasn’t allowed to reach out to any of her friends that she meet there afterwards… Is it known if she went to Alcoholics Anonymous for alcohol specifically? I’m aware that’s what the name implies, but I do believe there’s also AA meetings for general group therapy reasons, drama, drugs, do we know? my other question is that she mentioned she had to do work while she was held in this facility for four months, 10 hours a day for seven days a week, sitting in a chair… What type of work was that? like what could they possibly make her work on while sitting in a chair? It’s not like she was writing music I assume or taking care of her taxes or whatever
  6. While SNL has very questionable episodes from back in the day, I can't help but notice just how talented Britney Spears was and is. She appeared on Sat Night Live in the 2000s where she was the host AND musical guest! Britney became the youngest person in SNL HISTORY to appear as both host and guest in the same episode. She was 18! And hilarious! We all know just how silly and goofy our girl is but her skits and the way she acted, the way she performed was so genuinely her - iconic yet relatable. You can't help but love her! 💖 THEN (as if she couldn't get anymore talented) she hosted SNL for the second time in 2002 as the host AND musical guest becoming the first -and so far the only- female to be a host and a musical guest TWICE for an SNL episode! If you're wanting to watch those tapes, there aren't many places that have it, but, I was able to find the episodes on Peacock; although for some reason they don't have her musical performances so I just went to YouTube for that. 😃 source: SNL wiki is where these facts are from as well as a full list of her appearances.
  7. I don't know if this kind of thread is okay here but well maybe I won't get suspended Britney obviously has loved to express her ***uality since day one, she's a very, very attractive woman (not only appearance) so it got me thinking (no matter your gander and ***ual orientation) have you ever questioned your ***uality because of her? Like ''Damnn she's so hot''. Not like dancing to her songs and ''Oh I'm gay'' ahahahahaahha My answer: I'm guilty My Prerogative, Boys, Make Me, Im a Slave 4 U and I Love Rock 'N' Roll music videos make me feel some type of way (I know, bi***uality exists, it's just a joke)
  8. It’s an Amazon Prime original movie and is about a woman who takes advantage of people by becoming their court approved legal guardian. Sounds familiar right? This woman would act in court as if she was for helping others but in reality she’s a shark who’s only looking for their money and control. Sounds familiar right? She then sells their homes, cars, places them in facilities, keeps their friends and families away from them, only allows approved visits and gives them medication to alter their personalities. Sounds familiar right? I won’t give away any spoilers but I couldn’t help but think about our queen and her story. I can’t believe this even happens and the sad reality is that Britney’s case is just proof of how much conservatorship abuse happens in the world. I would recommend watching it but don’t think you won’t connect the similarities to Britney’s situation and everything that’s happening in this movie! #endconservatorshipabuse
  9. Hiii guys, so I tried to remaster Britneys I Have Nothing cover and it doesn't sound spectacular but it is definitelly better than the leaked version. I hope you guys will like it! Tell me your opinon on it in the comments and please leave a like and a subscribe if you liked it!
  10. Hey Exhale, my friend Bill and I had a great chat together for his podcast, Hey Gurl! I've known Bill for many years, so this was pretty cool to collaborate together. We talk about Free Britney, Britney and of course BreatheHeavy. Because this is an hour+ interview, feel free to put it on while you're doing laundry, the dishes, making dinner or driving somewhere. When you hear something interesting, drop a line in the comments and I can get back to ya. Curious to hear your thoughts. Hope you enjoy! Or via Apple Music
  11. There is nothing to be said. The melody. The lyrics. Her vocals. Peak blackzoney. toxic what? gimme who? opps i flooped again this song makes radar sound like a bonus track (again)
  12. Should this be the next YouTube thumbnail for Baby One More Time? Remember how the bell had not rung yet, and the second hand was past the 12? This clock was not in sync with the bells. We've all been there. Ugh, RELATABLE! I feel this clock personifies the Baby One More Time video and what it means to be in school and it's time to let it be the thumbnail. What do you think?
  13. Hello everyone haha I see a lot of art related to the #FreeBritney movement. I think it's a good idea to make a whole thread about it because people are so talented and creative It's a good opportunity for some of you to share with us your or someone else's work/promote people or yourself. That'd be nice if someone featured this thread I'll start. I found this on Twitter and I have no idea who made this: I love it Anyone knows who made this?
  14. Hello exhale, 20th anniversary is coming for Britney's 3 studio album 'Britney'. I was thinking to buy the vinyl on that day to celebrate this record, Britney has shown a lot of love and appreciation recently for this album let's put together a streaming party for this album on her anniversary. I have this album on iTunes, but people who don't have it buy it to show love What you guys think? @PokemonSpears @Blackout2006 feature is needed! Big anniversary is coming.
  15. This is the story of how a girl from Kentwood, Louisiana, changed pop music forever. But first, a quiz. Can you name the five biggest-selling female artists of 1998? Of course you can. They're Shania Twain, LeAnn Rimes, Janet Jackson, Paula Cole and Celine Dion. Now, here are the five biggest-selling female artists of 2003. That's Beyonce, Aaliyah (RIP), J-Lo, Christina Aguilera (Career RIP) and Avril Lavigne. Not necessarily better, of course - but different. So what happened in those five short years to inspire this seismic cultural shift? This happened. In October of 1998, Britney Spears released her debut single, ...Baby One More Time. The ellipsis replaced the words 'Hit Me', which were removed because of their potentially sado*******ic interpretation. "It doesn't mean physically hit me," she said later. "It means just give me a sign." Britney changed everything. Politically, she held a mirror to the rapidly-changing fin-de-siecle America. As the screenwriter and novelist Tom Perrotta wrote: "Britney and Cobain are fated to be forever linked in our national consciousness as the opposing bookends of the 1990s, poster children for a schizoid decade. There's Cobain on the left, mumbling, unshaven, representing a gloomy time of war and recession. And there's Britney on the right, the offical superstar of the late-90s boom, the chipper emblem of a fat, happy country bubbling over with irrational exuberance." Britney had her finger on the pulse of modern America. While pop icons of the past generally tried to disturb the established cultural order, Britney was perfectly happy the existing cultural order as it was, thank you very much. Musically, pop changed forever. Let's have a look at how those stars of '98 turned out. Shania Twain vamped herself up. LeAnn Rimes stripped herself down. Janet Jackson had her wardrobe malfunction. Celine Dion is currently going through her own mildlly saucy reinvention. Meanwhile, Paula Cole changed her name to Cheryl and enjoyed a string of popular hits. All products of the new, Britney-fied pop universe. As pop adapted, so did Britney. A lot. In so doing, she created some of the most enduring images of the decade. Even today's pop stars, from Miley Cyrus to Lady Gaga to Lana del Rey, have recognised their debt. Still not convinced of Britney's influence? Look at this graph, which plots Britney album sales against annual US GDP growth. The evidence is clear. When Britney sneezes, America catches a cold. The story of Britney is the story of America. So let's cut a long story short. Britney Spears is single-handedly responsible for the reinvention of popular music... ...recording some of the greatest songs of all time... ...redefining pop culture in the late 1990s and 2000s... ...continuing to influence the music of today... ...and surviving for 20 years in the world's most cut-throat industry. Oh, and she predicted the recession. THE END.
  16. Hello guys! I tried to upload this one sooner but copyright just likes to mess around with me. I'd like to present you my third fan made album. It is called "Circus: The Rarities" and it contains 5 unreleased, 6 bonus tracks, 4 early mixes of the released tracks and 4 remixes (one for each single). All of the tracks were recorded in 2007/2008. I've also prepared a download link for the best quality of the tracks in mp3. I've increased the loudness of every track because some were not loud enough. The booklet of the album was done by myself and you can find it in the download link in the description of the video. YouTube video link: THE TRACKLIST: 1. Abroad 2. Dangerous 3. Everyday 4. Telephone 5. This Kiss 6. Rock Me In 7. Phonography 8. Amnesia 9. Rock Boy 10. Quicksand 11. Trouble 12. Mmm Papi (Early Mix) 13. Mannequin (Early Mix) 14. Amnesia (Early Mix) 15. Quicksand (Early Mix) 16. Womanizer (Jason Nevins Club Mix) 17. Circus (Diplo Circus Remix) 18. If U Seek Amy (Crookers Remix) 19. Radar (Tonal Radio Mix) THE FRONT ARTWORK: DOWNLOAD LINK: https://mega.nz/folder/Qcw22CBZ#99E98DBvrRnD3zDCx0Kmzw I hope u guys liked it and I wanted to ask you what album should I do next??
  17. Jamie Lynn previously announced she was donating a portion of the money she earns from her book to This Is My Brave. This is My Brave just announced on their Instagram that they will not accept her donation. “We heard you. We’re taking action,” they wrote on Instagram. “We are deeply sorry to anyone we offended. We are declining the donation from Jamie Lynn Spears’ upcoming book.”
  18. 3.0 All the reviews have been deleted. Only 4 (old ones) were left https://www.google.com/search?q=black+box+security+inc&source=hp&ei=yAx0Yb67DJCwqtsPgv6W8AE&iflsig=ALs-wAMAAAAAYXQa2A5pn5BRPiuWNiZrye4fnFULcEf9&ved=0ahUKEwi-v6fA0ODzAhUQmGoFHQK_BR4Q4dUDCAY&uact=5&oq=black+box+security+inc&gs_lcp=Cgdnd3Mtd2l6EAMyBAgAEBMyBAgAEBM6CAgAEIAEELEDOggILhCxAxCDAToRCC4QgAQQsQMQgwEQxwEQ0QM6CwgAEIAEELEDEIMBOg4ILhCABBCxAxDHARCjAjoRCC4QgAQQsQMQgwEQxwEQowI6EQguEIAEELEDEIMBEMcBEK8BOgUILhCABDoFCAAQgAQ6DggAEIAEELEDEIMBEMkDOgUIABCSAzoICC4QgAQQsQM6CwguEIAEELEDEIMBOggIABCxAxCDAToLCC4QgAQQxwEQrwE6CAguEIAEEJMCOgYIABAWEB46BQghEKABOgkIABDJAxAWEB46BggAEAoQEzoICAAQFhAeEBNQkRVYpk1g6U5oAXAAeACAAckBiAHbHJIBBjAuMjIuMZgBAKABAQ&sclient=gws-wiz#lrd=0x80c29eb79ebfbf67:0x705d96d19f0d2bb4,1,,,
  19. Hi Exhale! Taking over for @PokemonSpears today for a very special episode of This Day in Pop - is me, your Super Moderator, Roxxy! 💛💜 Our King is currently busy playing, you guessed it, Pokémon - and he'll be playing all night because there's an in game event or something. So i'm doing the show just for today, and i'm gonna give you THE SINGLE that started it all. The greatest debut single of all time. The most successful debut single of all time. The single that launched one of pop music's greatest entertainers. The single THAT MADE the undisputed Princess of Pop. The debut single that ENDED ALL DEBUT SINGLES and will be the standard for all future female pop debuts. The one and only. On October 23, 1998, Britney Spears released her debut single, the now iconic, ...Baby One More Time. It is the lead single of her debut album of the same name. It is written and produced by Max Martin, and Rami as co-producer. The track was originally written for the Backstreet Boys and TLC under the title "Hit Me Baby One More Time", but both groups rejected it. Jive Records also considered the boyband Five to record the song but they passed on it. When Britney heard the track, she instantly liked it and wanted it to be hers. The label eventually changed the title to "...Baby One More Time" as "Hit Me" in the title would raise concerns about domestic violence. POP's new Princess is born Upon it's release, the song topped the charts in atleast 22 countries around the world, including the US Billboard Hot 100 where it spent 2 weeks at #1 and is Spears's most successful single in the country, as well as the UK Singles Chart. The song also topped Billboard's Hot Singles Sales Chart for four weeks as well as Britney's home format, the Mainstream Top 40 chart, now, known as Billboard Pop Songs. It has so far sold over 10 million copies worldwide and is one of the best selling singles of all time. The song won Britney two MTV Europe Music Awards, for Best Pop and Best Song. She also won her very first surfboard at the 1999 Teen Choice Awards for Choice Single. And a Billboard Music Award for Female Singles Artist of the Year. A COMMERCIAL & CRITICAL SUCCESS Rolling Stone Magazine ranked ...Baby One More Time at #1 on their 100 Greatest Debut Singles of All Time list. Additionally, they also rank the song at #25 in the Greatest Pop Songs since 1963, a list compiled by Rolling Stone and MTV in 2000. Blender lists the song at #9 in The 500 Greatest Songs Since You Were Born list. VH1 puts it the 2nd best song of the 1990s. They also placed it at #1 in 2003 on their list of 100 Best Songs of the Past 25 Years. About.com ranks it at #1 on the Top 40 Pop Songs Of All Time list. Finally... The song earned Britney her first Grammy Award nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 2000. What are your memories when you first heard the song on the radio? Where were you when you first heard the song? STAY TUNED FOR THE MUSIC VIDEO's ANNIVERSARY! It's coming up in a few weeks. TEEHEE 💛💜 Roxxy
  20. When it was everywhere on YouTube I have already seen it, but Thursday the 28 of October it is in the Netherlands on net 5.
  21. Should this be the next YouTube thumbnail for Gimme More? As we all know, this iconic man was witnessed sitting in the club, or somewhere! Who can forget him? YouTube definitely likes to switch things up a bit with their thumbnails, I think it is time to let this icon shine! What do you think?
  22. Hey Exhale, I just added some new functionality that I want to try out. It's essentially like Instagram stories but on Exhale Try it out and see if you like it or not. (See it at the top of the page on any forum) https://exhale.breatheheavy.com/forums/forum/36-britney-spears/
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