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  1. On September 28, 2016, Britney Spears was interviewed at The Jonathan Ross show, and she also performed Make Me..., the lead single off Glory. The show didn't air until October 1st, though. In the interview she talked about her love for rice, dating lizard people, admitted to farting onstage and also played some games, including singing Shake It Off after inhaling helium from a ballon. Most noteworthy, people who attended the filming of the episode revealed she also talked about drug use and the party scene in Vegas, but most importantly, that she allegedly talked about her conservatorship and the restrictions it has when it comes to recording her music. Such declarations were cut from the show when it aired on October 1st.
  2. The newly registered song "Drink To My Freedom" is made by the same creators that made Britney's unfinished song Exaholic, Antonina Armato, Tim James and Rock Mafia. The other "Free Your Mind" is created by Lance Eric Shipp, Nathalia Marshall and Rachael Kennedy, they did "Coupure Électrique". It's speculated by fans that this could be the "Freedom" song Britney was referring to at a Piece Of Me meet and greet in 2016 with a fan when asked what her favourite unreleased song was. Here's what Britney said to the fan "Oh...I don't know there are like 30 or 40...but there was a song I did called Freedom." Here's the Source
  3. Check out this fan made concept music video of Swimming In The Stars made by yours truly Caleb. I drew it all by hand and I put it out a while go but I thought I'd share it with the Breatheheavy community. Hope you like it. To watch click the YouTube link below. Swimming In The Stars (Video Storyboard)
  4. Blinds - Written and produced by Julia Michaels , Justin Tranter and Nick Monson. Registered with ASCAP. Beauty Sleep - Written and produced by Julia Michaels , Mattias Larrsson and Robin Fredriksson. Registered with ASCAP. Bad Apple - Written by Melanie Fontana and Jon Asher. Registered with ASCAP. 180 Degrees - Written and produced by Julia Michaels , Justin Tranter and Nick Monson. Registered with ASCAP. Do It For You - Written and produced by Julia Michaels , Mattias Larrsson and Robin Fredriksson. Registered with ASCAP. Don't Count On Me - Written and produced by Julia Michaels, Sarah Hudson and Ian Kirkpatrick. Registered with ASCAP. Don't Wanna Be Cool - Written and produced by Julia Michaels , Mattias Larrsson and Robin Fredriksson. Registered with ASCAP. Drink To My Freedom - Written and produced by Antonina Armato, Tim James and Rock Mafia. Registered with ASCAP. Emotions - Written and produced by Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter, Mattias Larrsson and Robin Fredriksson. Registered with ASCAP. For The Broken - Written and produced by Julia Michaels , Justin Tranter and Nick Monson. Registered with ASCAP. Free Your Mind - Written and produced by Lance Eric Shipp, Nathalia Marshall and Rachael Kennedy. Registered with ASCAP. Hawaii - Written and produced by Julia Karlsson, Phoebe Ryan, Anton Rundberg. Registered with ASCAP. Human Touch - Written and produced by Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter, Oscar Gorres. Registered with ASCAP. I Don't Feel Bad - Written and produced by Lance Eric Shipp, Nathalia Marshall and Rachael Kennedy. Registered with ASCAP. Open - Written and produced by Julia Michaels , Justin Tranter and Nick Monson. Registered with ASCAP. Ropes - Written and produced by Julia Michaels , Justin Tranter and Nick Monson. Registered with ASCAP. Mother Mary - Written and produced by Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter, Mattias Larrsson and Robin Fredriksson. Registered with ASCAP.
  5. Looks like a second glory re-release called the ultimate fan edition on CD/Vinyl is happening and is apparently scheduled but no official release date as of yet. It'll feature the deluxe version, including Matches and SITS with previously unreleased Glory songs. The new 13 titles of the B sides are... Blinds Beauty Sleep Bad Apple 180 Degrees Do It For you Don't Wanna Be Cool Emotions For The Broken Hawaii Human Touch Open Ropes Mother Mary
  6. Looks like a second glory re-release called the ultimate fan edition on CD/Vinyl is happening and is apparently scheduled but no official release date as of yet. It'll feature the deluxe version, including Matches and SITS with previously unreleased Glory songs. The new 13 titles of the B sides are... Blinds Beauty Sleep Bad Apple 180 Degrees Do It For you Don't Wanna Be Cool Emotions For The Broken Hawaii Human Touch Open Ropes Mother Mary
  7. On August 28, 2016 the VMA's were held at Madison Square Garden in Manhattan. Rihanna received the Video Vanguard Award, and Beyoncé won 8 awards that night, overtaking Madonna's record of most moonmen with a total of 26. That year, also marked the return of Britney Spears to the VMA's stage since her last, heavily criticized performance in 2007. Britney performed the lead single off her ninth studio album Glory, Make Me... which features rapper G-Eazy. He joined her onstage to do his rap, and then the performance transitioned to Me, Myself and I, a song originally performed by G-Eazy and Bebe Rexha. They closed the number by doing the final part of Make Me...
  8. On September 1st, 2016, Britney Spears appeared on the Today show to promote her album Glory. She performed the lead single Make Me... and the second single Do You Wanna Come Over?
  9. On August 26, 2016, Britney Spears released her ninth studio album Glory, her latest to this day. The recording process started since 2014 and it took about two and a half years to complete. She recorded around 30 - 40 songs, according to some interviews she gave. Six months into the recording process, Britney felt dissatisfied with the results, so Karen Kwak was brought onto the record to work as the executive producer. She picked the producers and writers inspired by the sounds of her previous albums, such as Blackout and In the Zone. Karen said: " Pretty Girls wasn't original. Britney wanted to do things that were fresh and unexpected this time. There was never a moment where she was given a song, and anybody said, 'This is a hit. You have to sing it'. Britney pursued the songs she wanted to do for herself. She came up with concepts and melodies. It's her baby. It's like being an athlete. If you're doing it that much, you're getting yourself into shape. She was always ready to work during the album sessions, and it was very important to her to be done by a certain time so she could pick up her boys from school." The producers that worked on the album were BloodPop, Burns, Cashmere Cat, DJ Mustard, Jason Evigan, Oak Felder, Andrew Goldstein, Oscar Görres, Ian Kirkpatrick, Mattman & Robin, Nick Monson, Alex Nice, Robopop, Lance Eric Shipp, Twice as Nice, and Tramaine Winfrey with songwriting credits by Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter, Nick Monson, among others including Britney herself. It has 18 tracks on the deluxe version, with the 18th track, Mood Ring, originally being released only in Japan. The official singles off the album were Make Me... and Slumber Party. Before the release of the record, three promotional singles were revealed: Pretty Girls, Clumsy and Do You Wanna Come Over? In 2020, Mood Ring was released as a promotional single as well, after it was made available worldwide. The album was sold in some Mexico City stores ahead of the scheduled date, on August 20, leaking into the internet that very same day. Nonetheless, the album debuted at #3 on the US BBH100 after it managed to move 111K equivalent units during its first week. However, to this day it's the only album of hers that hasn't reached the gold status for sales in the US. In 2017, an exclusive version of the album was released in Japan and other countries to promote her Asian tour Britney: Live in Concert. It contained two discs, one with the 18 Glory tracks, and the second one with the studio version of the songs from the setlist of the show, with the exception of Me Against the Music which appears as the Dragon Man Mix. And in 2020, after Glory hit the #1 spot on the iTunes Pop Chart, Britney released a new cover for the album, which was made available on all digital platforms. You can stream the full album below or on Spotify here
  10. Celebrating 5 years of #Glory I share with you the 2 animated videos I did for Do you wanna come over and Man on the moon
  11. Brazilian stans have been fed by insiders for years, there's no doubt about that. Sometimes they proved themselves right, sometimes they didnt. Plans of a new special edition for Glory's 5 years birthday are echoing on Twitter as more and more people that have connections are sliping their tongs about it. This time, another insider that made himself known among brazilian stans for calling out Mood Ring's official release is speaking up. To summarize the more recent claims, this insider says it was Britney's idea due to her love for the album but RCA was being cautious to not release the material if things about her conservatorship were not doing so great. Additionaly, the Director's Cut for the "Make Me" video made by David LaChapelle has indeed 18 minutes and Britney loved it, but RCA didnt like the idea and asked David to make a smaller version due to their belief that a video that long just wouldnt work in the streaming era. The label wants Britney to promote this new edition, but not details on how that would happen were revealed as of yet (maybe through social media?). I talked about this scoop in the coment below last week, but the information got to me in a different manner: that it was uncertain if Britney consented to that, that Jamie has zero involvement, that more photos from LaChappele would be revealed if they decided to move foward with this idea, and that there's also a rarities album in the making as a "gift" for the fans to be released when Britney concludes this chapter of her life. As usual, take it with a grain of salt. I can only speak for myself regarding the people I've talked with kowing they proved themselves a long time ago, but even then I have been cautious to not let myself be hyped for things that may or may not happen due to the circumstances. What do you guys think? I honestly dont feel its the right time for that, unless Britney and Ronsengart completely solve this situation by August 26 (Glory's release date).
  12. On August 5, 2016, Britney Spears released the Make Me... music video featuring G-Eazy. After two months since we knew that she had started shooting a music video for the lead single off Glory, and after some clips had started leaking, we were finally able to enjoy the video, except that, well, it turned out to be something completely different than the David LaChapelle-directed music video that we were expecting to see. This new video was shot on July 16 and it was directed by Randee St. Nicholas. In late July, Britney talked about it: "The video that I just shot is me and all my girls. We're making guys audition for us. The whole theme is us basically playing with them. It's really kind of fun and it's interesting". At the moment we weren't sure if they had re-shot the video altogether or if it was just a new part of the plot we hadn't heard before. In all fairness, @Blackout ***** tried to warn us In September, Larry Rudolph, Britney's manager, explained the situation in an interview for Los Angeles Times: Exactly the explanation the Britney Army wanted to hear The video got a different version released in September through the mobile app Britney Spears: American Dream. A rough cut from the original LaChapelle video leaked in 2019. What is your favorite part of the video? What are your memories from when it premiered?
  13. On August 1, 2016, Britney Spears released her brand new perfume Private Show. It was announced since June 17 that year. She had already talked about it at the beginning of June, during an interview at the videoshoot of the [original] Make Me... video A promo campaign was done to promote the new fragrance, featuring a brand new song of the same name, Private Show, and we got little teasers on her social media until the full ad was released on July 13. We also got some Christmas edition ads for the Holidays season The song Private Show was released as the first promotional single off the Glory album on August 4, 2016.
  14. I see many of u insult glory ( @SUCCESSICA IS A QUEEN) or question whether it deserves to be in her holy trinity, or say it isn’t her baby and is in fact Bazuuka Jolie part 2 ( @PokemonSpears) but I have something to SAY!!!!!!!! so let’s discount her entire discography for a second and just look at the music she released in the 2010s: Femme Fatale (Will.I.am thinks he executively produced this album), Balsamic Jerusha, or Glory? i personally think her best album from the 2010s is glory. I don’t love femme fatale but tbh…. The singles were catchy too. wooh oh oh oh oh oh ohhhhh
  15. On July 15, 2016, Britney Spears released Make Me... as the lead single off her ninth studio album Glory. It featured the rapper G-Eazy. The track was written by Britney, Matthew Burns, Joe Janiak and G-Eazy, while produced by Burns, with Mischke serving as a vocal producer. Commercially, the song reached top-ten peaks in Finland, Hungary, and Israel while reaching top-twenty in Canada, France, Scotland, top forty in Australia and in the United States where it charted at number seventeen on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the Dance Club Songs chart. As of April 2018, Make Me... was certified platinum by the RIAA for combined sales and streams of 1 million units in the US. The audio clip on Britney's official YouTube channel has over 32 million views. The song received a music video the following month, but we'll leave that anniversary for later...
  16. Now that we know that Britney and Larry have not talked in more than 2 years, I wonder whose idea it was to re-release Glory nearly 5 summers after it's original release.... Did RCA decide to do it with/without consulting with Larry? Did Larry take the initiative? Did Britney manage to arrange the re-release without having to talk with Larry? Was it Team Con?
  17. I’ve been on my patio for the last hour or so soaking up some amazing weather, smoking a joint, and listening to Glory - and wow! She really is that ***** isn’t she? I’ve played it so much over the years that I sometimes forget to sit down and really listen and appreciate it. So MANY bops, those vocals , her personality is EVERYWHERE, and she just sounds so confident. It’s so Britney. Also, HTFY has become one of my favorite tracks over the years, I’ve always enjoyed it but I have a new found love for it. That’s all :P Comment if you love Glory too.
  18. On May 28, 2020, Britney Spears' Glory album was reissued on digital platforms and with it, Mood Ring (by Demand) was made available internationally. Previously, it had only been released as a Japanese bonus track. On May 08, after the #JusticeforGlory campaign that took Britney's ninth album to the top of the pop iTunes chart, a new cover was released to replace the original shot taken from the Make Me... video, only for the standard edition of the record. But it wasn't until the 28th when it was announced through Britney's social media accounts that Mood Ring (by Demand) would be released globally. It was in fact added to the standard edition of the album, as track #13. Mood Ring topped the iTunes chart during the weekend following its release, despite Lady Gaga's latest album Chromatica being released on the same day. Despite Mood Ring landing at #2 on the US Billboard's Digital Song Sales chart, it only peaked at #23 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart. However, it did chart in other countries such as Hungary and Scotland. Billboard reportedly heard from Britney herself: On the same link, you can find an interview with Melanie Fontana and Jon Asher, songwriters of the track @Jordan Miller himself got us an AMA with Jon Asher, which you can find here: Melanie Fontana shared the demo of the song to celebrate the release: Melanie recently spoke about Britney last March, check it out: Mood Ring, which was originally recorded in 2015, would get a digital Remix EP release later in June, making it a sort of third single off Glory, though the status is still disputed among fans. But we'll celebrate that release later. This reissue of Glory would also get replaced later in the year, when in December, we got the definitive edition of the album (so far) including all the known tracks, plus the Mood Ring remixes, and the two previously unreleased songs Swimming in the Stars and Matches ft. Backstreet Boys. The day Britney recorded Mood Ring.
  19. Hey guys! I just wanted to let you guys know that I've remixed Exaholic! I really liked it, but it lacked some oomph so I added some drums and FX, would love it if you guys could check it out!
  20. Happy Friday team! So, you guys are going to kill me for sharing this Remember the 'Glory' vinyl unwrapping video I uploaded recently? Well in it, I obviously took the packaging off and low-key scratched the cover. Jon Asher, the co-writer of "Mood Ring," who gave me it, saw that and surprised me with another Glory vinyl I figured I'd use the opportunity to talk about a few of my favorite songs off Glory. One in particular I think you guys will drag me for (along with this humble brag). Any engagement you can show on the actual video would be greatly appreciated! My Lady Gaga interview video was one of my best-performing videos to-date Thank you so much for your support. I am having a lot of fun ~being a YouTuber~. Check out the video above and comment your favorite Glory song in the comments on YouTube AND Exhale (you wanna go that extra mile for me). Related:
  21. I played Matches on vinyl but changed the rpm to speed the song up and I was absolutely living my best life! I have a video that I sent out on my snapchat but don't know how to post it but playing the song sped up, is worth a shot
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