19 December 2016

“Rolling Stone” pick “Glory” as 5th best pop album of 2016

“Rolling Stone” magazine have named “Glory” the 5th best pop album of 2016, just behind the Monkees, Tove Lo, Rihanna and the 1975.

On “Glory,” they said: “After 2013’s more personal, though often tepid, Britney Jean, Britney Spears’ Glory felt like a breath of fresh electro-pop air. A star-studded array of pop’s strongest producers and writers – including Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter, Cashmere Cat, BloodPop and more – helped elevate the LP to the levels of dance perfection seen on 2007’s Blackout. Single “Make Me” allows Spears to thrive at her coo-iest, and she shines as a Eurotrash sex robot on the electric “Do You Wanna Come Over?” Even the softer moments like the sweeping “Just Luv Me” and the whisper-y “Better” have Spears at her liveliest in years.”