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  1. Álbum #5: Oops... I Did It Again Tracklist Oops... I Did It Again Oops!... I Did It Again Stronger Don't Go Knockin' on My Door (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know What U See (Is What U Get) Lucky One Kiss from You Where Are You Now Can't Make You Love Me When Your Eyes Say It Dear Diary Girl in the Mirror You Got It All Heart ---------- Método de Votación Ronda 1: + + - - 1 inmune y 1 eliminado. Plazo: Domingo 28 a las 21:00 hrs. Dejar sugerencias para próximos survivors @Valentino @Gmail Spears @xverso @Babylon @Pipe @‡ Marilyn Manson ‡ @♥ CeCé ♥ @Frost @Rorro @Hiperactivo @Chriss
  2. Y tú, ¿Que opinas? | COMENTA TU CANCIÓN FAVORITA DE BRITNEY PRODUCIDA POR DANJA (BLACKOUT) |
  3. Britney Spears logra debutar #2 en Hot Digital Song con Mood Ring, track que fue liberado el pasado viernes 29 de Mayo a nivel mundial. La canción corresponde a un bonus track para Japón de su último álbum Glory lanzado el año 2016. La canción se ubica detrás del éxito de Megan Thee Stallion junto con Beyoncé Savage, mientras que la canción #1 de la semana pasada Rain On Me de Gaga & Ariana baja a la posición #11 en HDS con un caída del 91%, vendiendo apenas 6mil copias durante la semana estreno del nuevo álbum de Gaga Chromatica. Con esta posición, Mood Ring se convierte en la canción mejor posicionada de Britney desde el año 2012 con Scream & Shout, su smash hit con Will.i.am, superando incluso a Make Me que se posicionó #3 en HDS por múltiples semanas en el año 2016. Conoce la lista de canciones top 10 en HDS de Britney: #1 Toxic #1 Gimme More #1 Womanizer #1 Circus #1 3 #1 Hold It Against Me #1 S&M #1 Scream & Shout #2 My Prerogative #2 Mood Ring #3 Me Against the Music #3 Till the World Ends #3 Make Me #6 Work B**ch #6 Pretty Girls #7 Everytime #7 I Wanna Go #8 Piece Of Me
  4. Escocia https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/scottish-singles-chart/ UK https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/singles-downloads-chart/
  5. Sé que no es nueva pero hago topic para que comenten. (Bonus Track de Glory Album versión de Japón - Lanzada mundialmente hoy).
  6. SURVIVOR SEMANA 01: Britney Spears – Glory (Deluxe Version) (2016) Genres: Pop, Music Released: Aug 26, 2016 ℗ 2016 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Inmune Just Luv Me (+7) Eliminadas Private Show (-9) What You Need (-8) Hard To Forget Ya (-4) Canciones en competencia 1 Invitation 2 Make Me… (feat. G-Eazy) 4 Man On the Moon 6 Clumsy 7 Do You Wanna Come Over? 8 Slumber Party 9 Just Like Me 10 Love Me Down 13 Better 14 Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortes) 15 Liar 16 If I’m Dancing 17 Coupure Électrique 18 Mood Ring Escoge las 3 canciones que más te gustan y las que 3 que menos te gusta Las 3 menos votadas se irán La más votada quedará con INMUNIDAD Plazo Lunes 11 de Mayo 22:00 hrs. El topic para votar. Organizado por @Pipe ----------- Ahora estás contento ridícula @Gmail Spears ? PD: Este topic es solo para informar, se autodestruirá después que termine ese survivor.
  7. Madre de Britney Spears enciende alarmas por libertad de su hija con pequeño detalle Los fanáticos de la denominada Princesa del Pop siguen preocupados por su estado luego de que hace unos días comenzara a tomar fuerza un rumor respecto a que estaría internada en un centro psiquiátrico en contra de su voluntad. Fue un podcast de “Britney’s Gram” el que levantó todas las alarmas respecto a lo que estaría viviendo Britney Spears por estos días. Según sostuvieron, el padre de la intérprete de “Womanizer” habría tomado la determinación de encerrarla luego de descubrir que no quería continuar con su tratamiento, el que inició en 2008 por sus problemas mentales. Esto, según se indicó, les serviría como publicidad al momento de relanzar su nueva residencia en Las Vegas. Por otro lado, la enfermedad que sufriría Jamie Spears no sería real, lo que tomó fuerza luego de que se revelara una imagen tomada en marzo en una fiesta, mientras se especulaba que él estaría al borde de la muerte por su estado de salud, lo que no sería real. Ahora, todo esto se torna aún más real luego de que usuarios en redes sociales notaran que la madre de la cantante, Lynne Spears, le pusiera “me gusta” a diversos mensajes que exigían la “liberación” de la cantante. Esto terminaría por comprobar la jugada que hizo el padre con la artista.
  8. Internaron a Britney Spears en una clínica psiquiátrica Britney Spears, de 37 años, se internó un centro de salud mental debido a la profunda angustia que sufre por la grave enfermedad que atraviesa su padre, de acuerdo a TMZ. En enero, la "Princesa del Pop" decidió cancelar todas sus presentaciones para estar al lado de él. Jamie Spears tuvo dos cirugías, pero sigue con complicaciones con su salud. La situación del padre de la artista ha deteriorado considerablemente el estado anímico y emocional de Spears, quien canceló sus shows en Las Vegas para dedicarse al cuidado de su padre. Según el mencionado medio, la cantante de "Baby One More Time" se registró en las instalaciones hace una semana, y se sometería a un tratamiento de 30 días. En un comunicado en su cuenta de Instagram, la estrella de la música explicaba: "Es importante poner a la familia primero… esa es la decisión que tengo que tomar. Hace unos meses mi padre fue hospitalizado y casi muere… estoy tan agradecida de que esté vivo, pero aún hay un largo camino por delante". No obstante, Spears evitó mencionar cuál es la enfermedad que ha puesto a su padre al borde de la muerte. Jamie sigue ejerciendo como tutor y administrador de las finanzas de su hija luego de obtener su tutela, tras la crisis emocional que vivió la famosa en el 2007 y en la que él fue un factor clave para su recuperación. Por otro lado, TMZ recalcó que Spears ha estado en estricto cuidado de su familia por causa de problemas de bipolaridad, que le fueron diagnosticados años atrás. FUENTE
  9. How Britney Spears Changed Pop With ‘Baby One More Time’ Her debut LP introduced the world to a small-town teen with a radically futuristic aesthetic Happy 20th birthday to Britney Spears’ debut album …Baby One More Time, released on January 12th, 1999 — a truly avant-garde full-length that permanently changed how music sounded. The Backstreet Boys and ‘NSync were having hits already, but they were doing straight-up mainstream pop compared to the alien apocalyptic robot-disco stomp of Britney. You could argue the BSBs’ “I Want It That Way” was the last gasp of 20th-century pop, just as “…Baby One More Time” was the first gasp of the 21st. She’s been predicting the future ever since. Not bad for a small-town Louisiana teen making her first record. Max Martin wrote and produced the title hit, but it wouldn’t have meant a thing without the menacing way she growls “ooh, baby, baby.” As Britney told me in 2000, she spent the night before the session listening to Soft Cell’s “Tainted Love” (“what a sexy song”), her model for the vibe she was going for. “I wanted my voice to be kind of rusty,” Britney told me. “I wanted my voice to just be able to groove with the track. So the night before, I stayed up really, really late, so when I went into the studio, I wasn’t rested. When I sang it, I was just laid back and mellow — it sounds cool, though. You know, how it sounds really low in the lower register — it sounds really sexy. So I kept telling myself, ‘Britney, don’t get any rest.’” It makes all the sense in the world Britney was aiming to sound like “Tainted Love” — the breathy New Wave decadence of a U.K. art poseur flouncing like a Motown diva. But she took that erotic-cabaret sound somewhere new, with her own down-home growl. “I was praying every night,” she said. “‘God, please, help them play it on just my radio station at home.’ And then they did. Then all of a sudden, it’s playing on all the big radio stations in New York. And everything just started happening for me, and I was just like, wow, you know?” The title hit is such a classic, it’s easy to overlook how weird and disturbing it sounded when it first hit MTV in time for Christmas 1998 — so flamboyantly artificial, so post-Mentos inhuman. Who wasthis? Was she Swedish or Swiss or Icelandic? Was she just Not of This Earth? You could tell the lyrics were written by somebody who’d barely met the English language — oh, that irritating ellipsis in the title. (I ignore the ellipsis whenever possible, because as Brit would say, it’s my prerogative.) But there was something otherworldly about it. TLC later claimed they turned down the song, but it would have been all wrong for TLC or any other certified grown-ups. Can you imagine a worldly-wise adult like T-Boz selling a teen-psycho line like “When I’m not with you, I lose my mind”? No way. Only Britney. The whole album was packed with hits. “Bops” and “bangers” were not invented yet, but I move that “Soda Pop” get grandfathered in as a bop — a bizarro reggae move as irie as Sugar Ray. “E-Mail My Heart” is the most-mocked track (justifiably, I admit), but it stands as the last great dial-up love song, a ballad of desktop-computer romance from the age of Angelfire and Geocities. Britney spends the song hitting refresh, looking for some sign of validation from her crush — is that so different from how we all spend our time now? Yet another future she predicted. “(You Drive Me) Crazy” blatantly used the exact same backing track as the Backstreet Boys’ “Larger Than Life” — Max Martin, have you no shame? — but somehow that just made us all love both songs even more. (“Larger Than Life,” the boy band’s girl-almighty salute to their fans, was the perfect feminist turf for them to share with their Brit-muse.) “Crazy” became the theme for the Melissa Joan Hart/Adrian Grenier rom-com and its MTV video, where she and Melissa immortalized their all-too-brief BFF status. (The world deserved more “Brit pretends to be a waitress” videos.) The ladies bonded in her iconic guest turn on Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Sabrina: “You’re always surrounded by people!” Britney: “Sometimes that’s the loneliest place to be.” Too real. ut the lost classic is “Sometimes,” which became her all-important second hit. (In 1999, a year full of one-hit wonders, the jump from one-hit to two-hit status was tougher than the jump from zero to one.) “Sometimes” is weirdly forgotten today, but much more than “…Baby One More Time,” it defined the Britney persona the world would come to know and love over the years. She sings in the voice of an ordinary American girl with too many feelings — everything she spent her first hit pretending not to be. In the video, she mopes around the beach sighing over the cute guy (she creep-peeps him via tourist binoculars). Nobody understands except her squad of elfin dancers, who frolic around her in a heart-shape on the pier. “Sometimes” made her a mainstream star and pushed what could have been a one-shot into a franchise wearing Vegas plates. Blink-182 got famous parodying it in their career-making “All the Small Things.” This was also the hit where Brit debuted her signature video move, rolling up her eyes at the camera. The Sensitive Upblink became her trademark, and she owned it until Ariana Grande came along — in Ari’s “Problem” video, she finally shattered Britney’s record for upblinks-per-minute. Britney ends the album perfectly by making her explicit claim on the grand pop tradition, covering Sonny & Cher’s “The Beat Goes On.” Brit and Cher had a deep connection — she was just a little kid when she started belting “If I Could Turn Back Time” on the state-fair circuit. It began the tradition of Brit’s awesomely sacreligious cover versions, from the Stones’ “Satisfaction” (on her next album, changing “how white my shirts could be” to “how tight my skirt should be”) to Joan Jett’s “I Love Rock & Roll.” “The Beat Goes On” sums up everything Britney does on this album — inserting herself (and her audience) into the story of pop music. Like the song says, “History has turned the page.” La-di-da-di-di. La-di-da-di-da. The beat goes on. After “The Beat Goes On” fades out at the end of the CD, there’s a spoken-word thank-you from Brit. “It means so much to me that you enjoy listening to my songs as much as I love singing them!” Then she gives a preview of the upcoming release by her labelmates the Backstreet Boys: “Hit it, guys!” In other words, her debut album ends with an ad, which is perfect in itself. The CD single “From the Bottom of My Broken Heart” had another message, one to put on your answering machine: “Hi, this is Britney Spears and sometimes my friend can’t come to the phone, and this is one of those times. So leave your message at the beep and baby, they’ll call you back one more time!” “So much attitude in that song,” Britney told me in 2000, recalling the moment she first heard the demo of her first hit. “I was so happy because there’s a lot of good songs out there, but it’s rare when you can take a song and really put your name all over it and put your personality into it.” That’s what she achieved on her debut. She’d go on to make more albums, score more hits, inspire more scandalous headlines. But on …Baby One More Time, she proved she was here to stay. https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-features/britney-spears-baby-one-more-time-anniversary-rob-sheffield-777564/
  10. 10 years ago today, @britneyspears released her 6th studio album Circus. The album debuted at #1 on the US Billboard 200 with first-week sales of over 505K copies. It delivered iconic hits like "Womanizer", "Circus" & "If You Seek Amy" & is now certified platinum in the U.S.
  11. 17 years ago today in 2001, @BritneySpears released her 3rd album “Britney”. The Grammy-nominated album introduced us to a more mature & provocative Britney, debuted at #1 in the US, sold over 15 MILLION copies worldwide & spawned the iconic hit "I'm A Slave 4 U".
  12. 15 years ago today in 2003, @BritneySpears released her 4th studio album "In the Zone". The Grammy-winning album debuted at #1 in the US with 609,000 copies sold in its first week, has sold over 7 MILLION copies worldwide & spawned the iconic hit "Toxic"!
  13. Preview 1: https://twitter.com/JosephAShepherd/status/1053425079198003200 Preview 2: https://twitter.com/JosephAShepherd/status/1054267077345701888
  14. Christina Aguilera y Britney Spears. Dos íconos del pop que durante años fueron relacionadas como enemigas que no se soportaban. Hoy en día, Xtina se refiere a la supuesta competencia que existe entre ellas y la posibilidad de cantar juntas. Para los fans, una colaboración de las cantantes siempre ha sido un sueño. Sin embargo, según Aguilera no es algo imposible, pues luego de que aclarara la relación que lleva con Spears, aseguró que le gustaría crear música con ella. "Cuando empezamos, se nos consideraba rivales. Si hubiésemos tenido acceso a las redes sociales entonces probablemente habríamos grabado una canción juntas para desmentir esa rivalidad”, comentó en entrevista en el Late Night Show de Jimmy Kimmel. “Probablemente no es demasiado tarde... ya sabes, yo estaría dispuesta", comentó Christina Aguilera, que agregó “Si su representante está de acuerdo”. La intérprete también analizó el uso de redes sociales y la manera en la que benefician a los famosos. “Sirve para acabar con enfrentamientos. En su día, cuando a mí me comparaban con otros artistas, a mí me habría gustado poder acabar con esos comentarios antes de hacerlo en una entrevista", comentó. ¿Será que escucharemos pronto a Britney Spears y Christina Aguilera cantar juntas? Las dos se encuentran activas, promocionando su música y completamente comprometidas con sus carreras, así que todo es posible.
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