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  1. This question has been stuck in my head for a while now because as a pop fan I’ve never seen this genre as dead as it is today. Back then we had poppy beats and iconic moments happening all at once, from Britney’s and Bey’s iconic performances to Gaga’s shockingly fashion appearances. We had Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, Rihanna, Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj with them bops everywhere. What do we have now? I checked Today’s Top Hits and all I can see is a bunch of no names with songs that aims a depressed and sad demographic. My questions are: Have we outgrown this generation of music and now we feel like misfits? Who are the next superstars in pop?
  2. I feel like shaggy and Britney could make a really good song similar to the hook up
  3. So in the past I believed that "My Baby" from the "Circus" album was not it. The song seemed so out of place on the album and down right boring. Especially with its cringe-worthy placing immediately following "Lace And Leather" (such an odd choice) ...but I decided to give the track a few plays recently and slowly warmed up to its sweet tenderness. I've done a 180° and now believe that with an altered placement behind "Out From Under", "My Baby" fits more comfortably into the "Circus" flow. Try it out yourselves, I'd love to know your thoughts...
  4. Is Exhale ok? So much division. So much drama. I sincerely hope everyone realizes life is too short for drama and fighting. Let's be a community and accept one another. I hope all the Mods and now ex-Mods are doing alright. Also congrats to @FreeBritBrit
  5. hey legends I've recently decided i have way too much Britney-related stuff that i have never used, on those of you that have sold Britney stuff, would you recommend I post a big bundle on eBay of things for another Britney diehard or is it better to list them separately? Like would there a Britney fanatic out there willing to spend hundreds on a big B bundle or is it better to sell the items to different fans? selling everything in one big box would be much easier for me that have never sold on Ebay and find all of that a bit confusing, and If I list a big bundle i can't list the items separately at the same time in case someone purchases an item then someone also purchases the bundle that item will not be on the bundle anymore so I don't wanna waste my own time by listing a bundle for like a month and then having to re-list everything separately... i'm talking 6 or 7 sealed vinyls (Blackout, ITZ, Circus, etc) another 3 or 4 sealed perfumes (original Fantasy, a couple Prerogatives) and tons of unused merch from POM Europe tour (i spent like £400 on merch that never used)... so for those of you experienced in selling on eBay, are there lots of Britney fanatics out there willing to purchase a big bundle or are we all going thru it and I'm better off selling separately? Or are there pop music fans out there too that you think would be willing to purchase? I have like another 5 or 6 madonna sealed vinyls and some Gaga stuff also sealed, would you recommend maybe an auction? I bought it all a couple years ago but truth is i don't even own a vinyl player and most of it was money wasted lol. Thanks for any advice legends
  6. Britney has officially reached 40M followers on Instagram! I still remember when she only had like 20M not too long ago. Pretty impressive when you compare to the other artists who started in the late 90’s/early 00’s, but still way less than jlo/beyonce/gaga. Here is a list of all girls and how they rank: Selena G - 306M Ariana - 301M Beyonce - 245M JLO - 199M Nicki - 180M Miley - 163M Katy - 156M Demi - 128M Rihanna - 124M Dua - 81.2 Shakira - 71.8M Gaga - 51.8M Britney - 40M Mariah - 10.7M Avril 10.6M Pink 8.7M xtina 8.2 Kelly C 5.2M Ava Max - 2.6M
  7. Do you think that icon, actress/singer, Lindsay Lohan could have a successful Vegas residency? She was widely popular and successful for many years and still holds a large fanbase. She made her music return with her last two 2020 singles " Back to Me" and "Xanax", and is making her film return with this years Netflix rom-com, "Christmas in Wonderland". She obviously has relevancy and has an incredible voice. Would you pay to see Lindsay Lohan live? Some of her hits include and she has some popular deep cuts: Rumors Bossy Back to Me Over Confessions of a Broken Heart Xanax Ultimate First Stuck Speak I Live for the Day To Know Your Name Magnet Walka Not A Talka If It's Alright Nobody Til You I Wanna Be Bad Can't Stop, Won't Stop
  8. On February 05, 2002, Britney Spears released I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman, the third single off her Britney album (second single in the US). Max Martin and Rami Yacoub wrote and produced the song, along with additional writing from Dido. The single also served as promotion for her movie Crossroads. The song didn't perform well in the US, only reaching the #2 on the Bubbling Under chart, but it reached Top 10 in many European charts. Recorded on June 20, 2001, we were able to see a little bit from the recording session on MTV's Diary of Britney Spears: Britney said: "The song is called 'Not a Girl' and it's basically talking about, you know, I'm not a girl, but I'm not yet a woman. You're just in that transitional stage in your life where you're just figuring yourself out, and something that I can definitely relate to". Britney also explained the song was talking about growing up, and that it was going more towards her character Lucy, though she could kinda relate to that too. The only tour where Britney performed the song was the Dream Within a Dream Tour, but she performed the song live on many TV shows and awards shows too. SNL: https://www.bilibili.com/video/av927619450/ Related:
  9. Article from Deadline: Angry backlash from disappointed fans and skepticism over the reasons behind Adele’s cancellation of her planned Las Vegas residency have cast a shadow over the singer’s career. It’s left some wondering if her acknowledged massive stage fright has made it impossible for her to continue performances. While fans have been largely forgiving in posts reacting to Adele’s online announcement of her postponement of a Las Vegas residency scheduled to run on weekends through April, others have not been so dismissive. Most questions center around the timing of the announcement, coming a day before the scheduled start of her residency. That left many fans who had flown in and booked hotel rooms with no alternatives, and many said they couldn’t afford to return for whenever the shows would be rescheduled. But some music industry professionals noted in reports that axiom of show business that “the show must go on,” pointing out that Adele’s show was abot her singing and not flying with a harness or other spectacular production. On Friday evening, fans lined up at the Colesseum at Caesar’s Palce at the just-opened “Weekends with Adele” merchandise store adjacent to the venue. Some sang her songs, while a lucky few were tapped to do a Facetime conversation with the singer. Fans who had a concert ticket with them at the merchandise store received a gift tote bag with an Adele T-shirt, magnets and specialty keychain. The boutique will reportedly continue to offer the apology gifts to ticketholders for a while. While the gifts and facetiming were a nice touch, some industryites pointed to past cancellations as a harbinger that the shows would never be held. Adele has pulled out of planned US tours in 2008 and 2011, citing family issues and vocal problems. She also canceled two London shows in 2017, promising to reschedule. She never did. Full article here: https://deadline.com/2022/01/adele-backlash-postponement-las-vegas-residency-1234916828/
  10. Disclaimer: the official website and most sources claim December 26 as the date of release of the Not a Girl music video, usually claiming it premiered along with the Making the Video episode, yet the Making the Video archived website says the episode premiered on December 17. On December 26, 2001, the I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman music video premiered. It was directed by Wayne Isham and it was filmed in August of that year in Arizona and Utah. It features different shots of Britney standing on a cliff in the desert, as well as other scenes inside a slot canyon. 3 different versions of the video exist, two of which feature footage from the Crossroads movie, as well as scenes of Briney in a red bedroom, driving a car and we also see her by a campfire. In 2009, MTV published an article about the videoclip prior to the release of The Singles Collection. In 2003 the video won the category "International Music Video of the Year Short-Form" at the Japan Gold Disc Awards. It appeared at #71 on the 2002 Top 100 of MTV Latin America. In 2013, in the show Would You Rather? Britney was asked to pick in which dangerous location would she rather be stranded, a shark-infested pool from the Work ***** video or standing on the edge of Grand Canyon. She picked the Grand Canyon. I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman was the second video released in the United States, but the rest of the world got Overprotected instead. In 2002 it would be released internationally, while the US got Overprotected (Darkchild Remix). The official single was released in February 2002. Making the Video:
  11. Disclaimer: This might be one of the most confusing release dates to track. Unlike Born to Make You Happy which had a very concise release, Overprotected, an international single, seemed to have had very different release dates across the world, both the single and the music video. If you go to the English Wikipedia page, the earliest release they show is December 12 in Japan. If you go to the Spanish Wikipedia, which has the "good article badge", it shows December 18. Yet it seems in Australia they got it even earlier, on December 08. The official Britney Spears website doesn't mention it and other sources I've quoted before, such as this list made by britney.com blogger BRITannica, either. Then when it comes to the video, it's missing concrete sources as well. I'm creating this thread today, because the earliest confirmation I could find was this entry (9th post from the bottom to the top) on worldofbritney.com that reveals the music video was premiered in Latin America on December 20, 2001. Yet on ukmix, there's a comment that says they've already seen the video by December 15, and even worldofbritney has the screencaps of it. This other thread may confirm they had it in "Holland" around those days. So if you know a concrete date for the release of the single or the video, please share What we know for sure is that on December 2001, Britney Spears released Overprotected as the second single off her third studio album Britney. In Europe it was released on January 2002. This single was released internationally, while on the United States they got I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman (whose release date is also another story ). For the third single they would switch, thus the US getting Overprotected (Darkchild Remix) and the rest of the world getting Not a Girl. These entries were supposed to be created by our very own @Roxxy so here I'll quote her comments on the calendar page: Written and produced by Max Martin and Rami, Overprotected stands as one of only five Britney songs to be nominated for a Grammy. In 2003, it was up for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance - her third and final nomination in the category. Overprotected was a Top 10 hit in 13 countries including #4 in the UK and #1 in Poland, ultimately peaking at #8 on the European Hot 100. The Darkchild Remix peaked at #86 on the US Hot 100 and #22 on the Canadian Hot 100. Overprotected is a global Top 10 peaking at #6 on the United World Chart dated March 9, 2002. It spent 14 weeks in the chart. The music video was directed by Billie Woodruff (who directed Born to Make You Happy two years before) and choreographed by @BrianFriedman More roxxy comments: The Billie Woodruff video features an intro using another track from the album, Bombastic Love. TRIVIA TIME! The Overprotected music video stands tall as the only one in her videography to feature two songs from her catalog. Not only that, the music video also takes pride in the fact that it is the only one to have it's own follow-up via the release of the Darkchild Remix music video. It's so good that they had to release two official versions, each with their own music video. I mean, how cool is that? Your faves could never, honestly. Don't even try to come for Godprotected. The opening scene, which plays Bombastic Love in the background, shows Britney opening a door and right outside is a swarm of paparazzi waiting for her as she makes her way to her car and drives off. She stops by an abandoned warehouse where she reflects on being 'overprotected' - and in true Britney fashion, she feels herself on some of the furniture. She is also shown sitting on a horse from a carousel because she needs 'joy'. Soon after, her dancers arrive and they do one of her best dance breaks eveeer. After she goes ACTION! is where the song takes you to a high as it goes into a crescendo towards the final chorus and features this iconic scene where Britney literally needs her 'space' with the walls closing in on her with the phrases 'Britney Mania!' 'Girl of the Year' 'Album Goes Double Platinum' 'There Is No Stopping Her!' 'WORLD TOUR SELLS OUT!' Never has a Britney Spears music video been so self aware and so proud of herself, her sales, and her achievements - and this is coming from one of the most humble pop girls in history. Which is why the original Overprotected music video should be a celebrated gem in her videography. This is one of the rare moments where Britney acknowledges that she is indeed 100% that girl. Btw, I always mention her appearances on the MTV Latin America yearly Top 100, but this video was her very first huge snub. It didn't make the list in 2001 because it was released almost at the end of the year, but it totally deserved to appear in 2002, when it really became a hit. However, the video didn't appear at any position at all, infuriating all the fans who voted it throughout the year on the weekly Top 10 and Top 20.
  12. In an era where Madonna, Janet, Paula Abdul, and Britney brought technical dance into the Pop Music world, I have a question. We have a current batch of Pop Girls: Miley, Dua Lipa, Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez, Doja Cat, Demi Lovato, Taylor Swift and so many more; do you think dance pop is dead? Most of these girls credit Britney as an influence. Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, and Doja Cat have tried to bring it back, but it never connected with the GP the way they wanted it to...and they all (MINUS Doja) abandoned choreo. Is this dead in the female pop world or are we just waiting for the new dance betch to make it relevant again? (Performances are time stamped for their most choreo bits)** Ladies and Gentlemen...The Queen
  13. Madonna has reportedly been one of Britney's biggest supporters behind-the-scenes leading up to Britney's big court date. “Madonna has always had a soft spot for Britney and couldn’t sit idly by when she felt that there were clear injustices going on,” a source tells Page Six. Although the judge terminated the conservatorship, Madonna still plans to keep fighting for Brit. “Madonna is waging war. She is hellbent on righting the wrongs that Britney had to endure. She has offered to help in any way that she can and is not afraid to speak up or intervene if needed.” Madonna recently showed public support for her famous friend. “Give this woman her life back,” she rote on Instagram. “Slavery was abolished so long ago! Death to the greedy patriarchy that has been doing this to women for centuries. This is a violation of human rights!” Madonna also recently said she “can’t wait to spend time” with Britney again. “I’m really happy for her,” she told “Extra” in September. “I adore her.”
  14. Released November 12, 2003
  15. On November 03, 2001, MTV aired a special variation of their TRL show called Total Britney Live to promote the upcoming release of Britney's self-titled album.
  16. Hi Exhale! It's me again for a very special Roxxy Edition of This Day in Pop! 💛💜 Thank you @PokemonSpears for always considering me to do these threads! Let's get to it? 20 years ago today, Britney COMPLETED the first ever trinity with the release of her record setting third studio album titled BRITNEY. According to her, she picked this title because "it's more me" and did she lie? RELEASE HISTORY Japan: October 31st, 2001 Europe: November 5, 2001 United States and Canada: November 6, 2001 ALL YOU PEOPLE LOOK AT ME LIKE I'M A LITTLE GIRL, WELL, DID YOU EVER THINK IT'D BE OK FOR ME TO STEP INTO THIS WORLD? Never has a Britney record been so bipolar. The record is a mix of sultry smexy R&B bops via lead single I'm a Slave 4 U and underrated disco pop gems like Anticipating. The album pretty much switches from smexy and sweet, and then have edgy and emotional moments. The record truly reflects BRITNEY SPEARS, Pop Princess, at her core... bad girl, good girl. The album is a transitional record for Britney. It's the first record she made where she co-wrote more than half of the album. At the time, she said that she is truly proud of this record because she had a lot more creative control than with her previous two records. We all know, B2 was just handed to her and recorded in 2 weeks and it went by that fast, she didn't have time to really pick the songs. The album also was her first record to feature an adult sound and image with the lead single and Boys. The album's mission statement: "i'm not a girl, not yet a woman" That's track 4 for all you basic bieches. FIRST FEMALE ARTIST IN SOUNDSCAN HISTORY TO HAVE HER FIRST 3 ALBUMS DEBUT AT #1 The album debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart with 745,750 copies sold on it's first week in the US. This also earned her the second highest debut sales for an album in 2001, behind *NSYNC's Celebrity. The album also went to #1 in Canada, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. TASTE! The album has accumulated sales of 10.2 million worldwide. When will your faves. The record also earned her two (2) Grammy Nominations in 2002 Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for Overprotected Best Pop Vocal Album It is her last LP to be nominated for a Grammy. In 2019, the album was first released as vinyl exclusive to Urban Outfitters, and in 2020 it got re-released by the same store in cassette format.
  17. Hi everyone! As someone who was born in 2000, I never got to see Britney in her prime. To those who brought the BOMT CD when it was released, what color of the CD and flower did you get and what state/city you were in? I want to buy her CD for my collection and I live in the USA. Let me know thanks :)
  18. On November 1, 2001, Britney Spears' Dream Within a Dream Tour kicked off at the Nationwide Arena in Ohio. It was launched to support her third studio album Britney and it lasted until July 2002, after 69 shows across the United States, Canada, Japan and Mexico. It was promoted by Concerts West, marking the first time a tour of hers was not promoted by Clear Channel Entertainment. It was directed and choreographed by Wade Robson, with Steve Cohen and Rob Brenner designing the stage. The setlist was composed by songs from her first three records, mainly from Britney. Oops!... I Did It Again (You Drive Me) Crazy Overprotected Born to Make You Happy Lucky Sometimes Boys Stronger I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman I Love Rock 'n' Roll What It's Like to Be Me Lonely Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know Anticipating I'm a Slave 4 U ...Baby One More Time Some unreleased songs were also performed at selected dates: Mystic Man, Weakness, You Were My Home and My Love Was Always There. Some of the October dates had to be pushed back to December due to Britney having the flu, and the last show of the tour at Foro Sol in Mexico, had to be cancelled mid-show because of a thunderstorm that was occurring. The November 18th show at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, was broadcasted by HBO and later released as a DVD titled Britney: Live from Las Vegas in January 2002. A book and DVD chronicling her stay in Mexico was also released in December 2002, titled Stages: Three Days in Mexico. With more than 1 million in attendance, the tour grossed a total of $56.8 million which would be equivalent to $83.4 million in 2020. Related:
  19. Bombastic Love was robbed of being a single No I wasn't here for the 30 second preview in the Overprotected video. We deserved a great video for this Bubblegum Pop masterpiece. Who else stans the best song off "Britney"?
  20. I did this photo shoot two years ago inspired by Britney's at home fashion shows and photo shoots. Used it recently for my new single Center Stage Post your At Home Photo sessions! Let's be real... Britney started yet another trend in Pop culture. Everyone does it now. I see you Beyoncé
  21. Here you can find the other two posts regarding the previous albums. Voting will be closed when I finish all the albums
  22. Monday October 18, 2021 7am PT It's time, girl. I've wanted to do this thread for quite some time but was wanting to mentally prepare myself for the dragging and the shade reign But I'm not holding back anything in this new Center Stage era of life. So here goes.... I've told my friends, my homies and family that Britney Jean remains one of my favorite Britney records. I have not shared this opinion on Exhale before. I'm ready to be dragged. For me it does feel like a personal record with songs like Passenger, Now That I Found You, Don't Cry, Hold on Tight, Brightest Morning Star, Til It's Gone, Perfume... Hello?? Don't y'all see the lyrics? Yes there is flaws like the vocals on Passenger sound more like Myah than Britney. which sux because Passenger could have been one of my favorites especially since Diplo produced it and he's one of my fave producers and DJs. More flaws include It Should Be Easy which should have not had robotic vocals that's my only argument other than that it's a fun song and the production was very Las Vegas sounding. Then we got THIS iconic music video that will go down in Britney HERstory! I mean I know this probably wasn't one of Britney's favorite videos at the time because of the ***iness (that was her "I'm a Mom" era, before she accepted her ***ual freedom of expression like she does now via nude IG posts) I personally loved the Perfume video and single. It's honestly so underrated Then we got this beautiful performance from POM Plus I'm hella pressed that we did not get more singles. Despite many views amongst Britney Army worldwide, there are many songs that could have skyrocketed the charts. Til It's Gone, Now That I Found You, Don't Cry, Body Ache, Tik Tik Boom and Alien could have all been singles! Just so many bops! Yes like I said it has its flaws and compared to Britney's other work it doesn't come close to that but if you listen to it maybe as an EP or a mixtape you might appreciate it more. I feel some of the production aged well in this record as well. Thoughts? Me jamming to Work Bxxch @rennen @MikeHunt @BritneyLVR @DJBringItBack @Kevney @I Always Sing Live @Jordan Miller @Style.
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