Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Britney Spears 7th Album Cover & Title revealed!
Britney Spears announces her seventh studio album is titled Femme Fatale. The iconic global superstar’s title Femme Fatale is a tribute to bold, empowered, confident, elusive, fun, flirty women and men. It’s not a conceptual album, Spears is letting the music speak for itself. She’s worked hard on it for two years and she considers it to be her “best album to date,” true to where she is now personally and professionally.Femme Fatale (Jive Records) is executive produced by Max Martin and Dr. Luke.Spears is peerless among her contemporaries. Throughout the years, Britney has consistently released hit after hit for over a decade, selling close to 70 million albums cumulatively worldwide.Few artists have earned the distinction of having five No.1 debut albums, and 24 Top 40 hits. She most recently set a new one-day precedent for single sales with her current No. 1 hit song, “Hold It Against Me.” Jonas Akerlund shot the video for the song.Details on the video premiere and album release date are forthcoming.

1 comment:

Fais-1 said...

I don't know what to make of 'Femme Fatale'. I really was looking forward to something original, but it seems like this new album is gonna be very childish in terms of lyrical content. I'd very much rather Britney write her own music. I feel that the writers and producers just aren't right for Brit. I can't help but to feel as if she's being "forced" into doing this. I think that Jive didn't want her to have any control over her music since her most involved project 'Blackout' was her worst selling album to date. Personally, I love 'Blackout' not only because it's hot, but also because it was powerful. It evolved from the soulful, meaningful 'Original Doll' to the urban, club-inspired album that it is now. It represents her trials and tribulations, the struggle for her independence, something that she would later be stripped of due to her extremely rebellious ways. Now all Jive cares about is crankin out number 1 hits. Hot beats, cruddy, redundant lyrical content. It's like they don't really care anymore. *sighs* I could go on for days about what I don't like as of right now. But with any luck, I'll truly be surprised --in a good way-- by some of these new tracks.