Britney Spears Planning First New Music in Six Years
Britney Spears is planning to work on her first new music in six years.
In November 2021, a California judge ended the conservatorship over the singer, a 13-year arrangement that had granted her father and others almost total control over her personal life and finances.
Spears tweeted after the ruling: "Good God I love my fans so much … Best day ever," and shared a video of the celebration outside the courthouse, using the hashtag #FreedBritney.
Now that she is free from the constraints of her conservatorship, the 40-year-old pop icon's team are said to be getting in touch with some of the songwriters the "Lucky" hitmaker "feels comfortable" working with - including the man behind her hits "Womanizer", "Circus" and "If U Seek Amy", Claude Kelly - to work on new songs.
Last month, Spears took to Instagram to share a throwback clip of herself dancing in high heels to her 2007 song "Get Naked (I Got a Plan)", which she called a "tease of what's to come".
Alongside the clip, she wrote: "This is 13 seconds of me in heels before I dyed my hair purple. This is a tease of what’s to come !!!! My song “Get Naked” !!! Hope you guys are having a great day !!!!! Pss No hair and make up !!! Just PLAYING around folks !!!!"(sic)
Spears has achieved six number-one albums on the Billboard 200 and four number-one singles on the US Billboard Hot 100: "...Baby One More Time", "Womanizer", "3", and "Hold It Against Me".
The global superstar has released nine studio albums over the course of her career but has not dropped a record since 2016's Glory.
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