29 September 2009

“3” premieres

“3,” Britney’s brand new single written by Max Martin, Johan ‘Shellback’ Schuster and Tiffany Amber, premiered today on US and UK radio, playing on Z100 in the morning before Scott Mills launched the track on his BBC Radio 1 afternoon show. The track will be released in the UK on 16th November 2009.

23 September 2009

“The Singles Collection” to be released on 23rd November 2009

Jive Records celebrates a decade of Britney Spears with a special anniversary collection entitled “The Singles Collection” this year on 23rd November 2009. The collection will be available as a special 30-disc box set featuring all 29 of Britney’s singles, pressed separately onto individual discs, each backed with a B-side or remix, alongside a special DVD, featuring every single Britney Spears video in chronological order. The box set will also feature a special booklet showing her evolution over the past 10 years.

A standard one-disc edition featuring 17 of her biggest hits and her new single, “3,” which she recently recorded with Max Martin, will also hit stores. “3” will impact radio stations worldwide next Tuesday 29th September 2009 – the track will precede the album collection and will be available as a single independently in the UK the week before the album collection is released on 16th November 2009.

8 September 2009

David Guetta and Lucas Secon working on tracks for Britney

David Guetta has announced he is working with Britney on a forthcoming project, saying on his Facebook, “I’m working with my friend Britney Spears! This is amazing man!”

Lucas Secon has also posted that he is working with Britney on his MySpace blog, saying “New Britney Spears production, new smash on the way, sooner than later!”

6 September 2009

Britney adds “You Oughta Know” to setlist

Breaking from the regular “The Circus Starring Britney Spears” set list, Britney performed a cover of Alanis Morissette’s “You Oughta Know” last night at Greensboro, North Carolina, the 11th show of the second North American leg.

Due to staging difficulties, Britney was forced to stay grounded for the entire show, speaking to the audience in a British accent to introduce “Everytime” and incorporating the Alanis cover into the show.
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