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  1. This is a story about a girl named tiLLie. Britney goes hyperpop-punk in the artist’s new cover of "Lucky," which she dubbed Spears’ "best emo anthem of all time." The update is an ode to TikTok’s infatuation with both the song and pop-punk covers, but it also has a lot of meaning to the up-and-coming artist. "It speaks to that deep void I think we all have within us: Will anything ever be enough? Is happiness truly attainable? And sometimes it feels good to sit in that feeling for three minutes," tiLLie says. "It’s a reminder to find happiness even if you don't ‘have it all’ because you could and still not feel satisfied." The artist, who describes her own original music as "nightmare pop," has been covering it for years on acoustic guitar and performed it every night on her recent tour with Lights before — finally — releasing the studio version: "luckie." "With my cover of it, i wanted to lean into the satirical nature of the lyric by making it uptempo, and nodding to pop-punk and hyperpop," the singer says. "I think it’s one of her best songs, certainly a fan favorite, but was slightly underplayed at the time of its release." In celebration of the cover being out, PAPER asked tiLLie to complete a near-impossible task for us: rank her top 10 favorite Britney songs. (And "luckie" for us, she did.) "(You Drive Me) Crazy" The production are melodies are peak Y2K goodness for me. You cannot deny the power play of her demanding everyone to "STOP!" for no other reason other than to flex. "Stronger" I had this in a HitClip when I was like six and that 30 seconds got me through every dentist appointment. "Anticipating" Utterly delicious saucy sweet pop banger. Like, put this on and my first thought is, "Where is the convertible with all my *****es in it?" "Boys" Yes, honey. Taking the power back and objectifying boys for once. Go off, king. This whole album was a statement into her reclaiming her ***uality and I'm here for it. "Overprotected" The intro is so dramatic, I love. Also, has to be one of my favorite productions of all time. I actually have a little nod to this production in my song, "Peachie." Overall, I love this record because you can hear her stepping into her true baddie goddess form. I think this was the first time I heard her cuss ("damn"). "Toxic" The sheer power this song has. It's so musically complex, but no one would ever realize because it's done so impeccably well. "Circus" If Britney is a circus, I am the tent and will protect her forever. Who doesn't want to be in a circus with Brit as the ring leader? The correct answer is no one. "If U Seek Amy" The word play is genius. Again, I love any moment where she’s owning her ***uality and power. "Work *****" Bro, you could clean your whole house, make a million dollars and respond to all your emails in three minutes thanks to the motivation this song provides. "Oops!... I Did It Again" Everyone loves this song. Recently, I saw her do Carpool Karaoke with James Corden and he asked her what this song was about. She said, "I have no idea," and I truly respect that honesty and conviction. Not trying too hard to make something into something it's not. It’s a pop banger, period. This is another song of hers where the drama and theatrics of the production — including the skit in the bridge — truly built the foundation for the production I incorporate into my songs.
  2. On July 13 2000, Britney Spears released the iconic music video for Lucky, the second single off her Oops!... I Did It Again album. It was shot on June 12 and 13 of that year and it was directed by Dave Meyers, who would later direct the videos for Boys and Radar, as well as the unfinished Outrageous. The video features Britney herself narrating the story of a famous Hollywood actress named Lucky, which is also played by Britney. Lucky is first seen wearing a pink nightgown inside a mansion. By the end of the first chorus she opens the door to find a handsome man who takes her in his arms as she faints. The director yells "Cut! We've got it", then Lucky walks off-set into the studio quite annoyed, replying to the director "Finally! We've done it fifty-million times!". The real Britney is seen watching her throughout the scenes, standing unnoticed and being very worried about Lucky. Later we see Lucky at the Academy Awards accepting her award for Best Actress. She looks very happy while she accepts it and then makes her way into her limo, away from her screaming fans. She finds an ornate mirror that was used on the film set and then looks back to the crowd where she sees Britney leaning forward. The limo drives away, leaving Spears behind on the red carpet. The video ends with Lucky crying herself to sleep, her dark mascara dripping down her face., then the curtains close. It landed at #35 on the Top 100 countdown (Los 100 + Pedidos) of MTV Latin America of the year 2000. On TRL it was retired in October of that year after spending 50 days on the countdown, which it topped 19 times. In February 2019, it reached the 100 million views on Britney's official YouTube channel.
  3. UPDATE I’M A SLAVE 4U VMA2001 https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTReS7Qdk/?k=1 Hello Exhalers! I made this video of my handwriting to the lyrics of Lucky.. the design ends up tracing one of her looks for the music video! If you have the time, I’d like you to check it out and give me some feedback ! also if you have TikTok, feel free to comment and request other songs! thanks in advance https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTdvrFAj3/?k=1
  4. Hi friends! I connected with a music production company that wanted me to curate some playlists for clubs in Denver and Vegas. He wants to hire me and meet next week! Please wish me luck! Sorry to put it on here but I need some good energy
  5. You know, this one? It might be coincidental, but i find it kinda fascinating that the chosen image for this happens to be from the "Lucky" music video. Specifically, it's ghost apparitionney looking over luckyney. In the making of the music video, she talks about how she's attending her little sister's dance recital the following day, and it's just sad and angering how the future turned out to be.
  6. In order to promote her album Oops!... I Did It Again, Britney performed live at the Today Show on June 30, 2000. The setlist consisted of: ...Baby One More Time Lucky Oops!... I Did It Again
  7. This is a story about a girl named Lucky: On August 8, 2000, Lucky was released as the second single of Britney's second studio album, Oops!... I Did It Again. The song was written by Max Martin, Rami Yacoub and Alexander Kronlund, and it was produced by Martin and Yacoub. The song tells a story about a famous movie star named Lucky, who despite seemingly having it all, is truly lonely and unhappy on the inside. It was praised by music critics who considered its melody and rhythm as sweet and catchy, and noted the lyrics to be about Spears herself. Lucky achieved commercial success worldwide, peaking at number 1 in Austria, Germany, Sweden and Switzerland, while reaching the top 10 in several European countries. In the United Kingdom, the song peaked at number 5, and is Spears' tenth best-selling single in the country, having sold over 225,000 copies there. It also peaked at number 23 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. Britney shared on her Instagram stories: As there is a huge drought of new material since Britney's on hiatus, some fan accounts started a hastag "#20YearsOfLucky" on Twitter and asking fans to buy the song. https://twitter.com/BritneyHiatus/status/1292143550906261504 On July 13, we celebrated the anniversary of the music video:
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