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Britney’s upcoming studio album made The Rolling Stone’s Most Anticipated Albums of 2013 list at #8
With widespread reports that Britney is leaving The X Factor after just one season, there’s presumably plenty of time for her to wrap up the follow-up to 2011′s Femme Fatale. That album was a big success, landing “Hold It Against Me,” “Till the World Ends” and “I Wanna Go” all over the radio. Britney’s 2007 meltdown is now a distant memory, and she’s once again one of the most reliable hit-makers in the industry. Not much is known about the new album, but we’d be shocked if she didn’t work with Max Martin and Dr. Luke again. Why mess with a winning formula?
Her Album 8 also listed on MTV’s Most Anticipated Pop Album of 2013 at #6
Rob Sheffield from Rolling Stone counted down their top 25 favorite songs of 2011, with How I Roll topping the list at number one!
1. Britney Spears, “How I Roll” Britney hooks up with the Swedish production duo Bloodshy and Avant, who also gave her “Toxic” in 2004 and “Piece of Me” in 2007, and like the first two chapters of the trilogy, it’s fiendishly inventive girl noise. Every sound effect that jumps out of the mix“ Brit slurring the word “speakerrrr,” digital finger-snaps, a real beatbox pretending to be a human beatbox â€“ builds the tension. There’s even a plot: An ordinary girl sits in her lonely room, dreaming of party lights far away, wishing she could escape to a place where she can show her kneesocks and drink tequila on the rocks, where there’s music and there’s people and they’re young and alive. But the mean old world won’t let her break free, so she just sings along with the machines until she turns into a machine herself, because only the beat understands her.
Rolling Stone’s Top 25 Songs Of 2011
1. Britney Spears, “How I Roll”
2. Big Sean feat. Nicki Minaj, “Dance (A$$) (Remix)”
3. Beyonce, “Countdown”
4. EMA, “California”
5. Bon Iver, “Beth/Rest”
6. Jay-Z and Kanye West feat. Frank Ocean, “No Church In The Wild”
7. Pistol Annies, “Hell On Heels”
8. Rebecca Black, “Friday”
9. Nicki Minaj, “Super Bass”
10. Stevie Nicks, “Annabel Lee”
11. Rihanna, “We Found Love”
12. Destroyer, “Kaputt”
13. Azealia Banks, “212″
14. Kurt Vile, “Runner Ups”
15. Adele, “Rolling In The Deep”
16. Radiohead, “Separator”
17. Neon Indian, “Fallout”
18. Thurston Moore, “Mina Loy”
19. The Horrors, “Still Life”
20. Xeno and Oaklander, “Sets and Lights”
21. Paul Simon, “Rewrite”
22. Avril Lavigne, “What the Hell”
23. Yuck, “Get Away”
24. Nicki Minaj, “Girlfriend”
25. Lady Gaga, “The Edge Of Glory”
Listen How I Roll!!
So this is how Rollingstone.com described “Till The World Ends” after naming it the 3rd best single of 2011….
“Brit delivers the Apocalypse Now of Eurotrash electrotrance disco songs, as that throbbing pulse builds to a pure drop-the-bomb chorus. And that “whoa-ho-ho” choir sounds like Cher leading an aircraft carrier full of gay sailors.
Here’s the Top Ten:
1. Adele – Rolling In The Deep
2. Jay-Z & Kanye West – Niggas In Paris
3. Britney Spears- Till The World Ends
4. Foo Fighters – These Days
5. Paul Simon – Rewrite
6. Radiohead – Lotus Flower
7. Lady GaGa- The Edge Of Glory
8. Beyoncé – Countdown
9. Lil Wayne ft. Cory Gunz – Six Foot Seven
10. The Decemberists – Don’t Carry At All
ROLLING STONE’S BRITNEY CHRISTMAS CAROL
Check out scans of “Britney” in this week’s Rolling Stone. They invent a Britney-esque song and add their own holiday twist to it.
RollingStone readers have chosen their Songs of the Summer 2011 through a poll and Britney made it with ‘I Wanna Go’ to No. 1!
This contest wasn’t even close. Britney won by a landslide, which shouldn’t come as any surprise. The woman works with the most successful pop songwriters in the industry. This track was co-written by Swedish songwriting legend Max Martin – the man behind everything from “Since U Been Gone” to “I Want It That Way” to Britney’s first hit “…Baby One More Time.” He’s a 40-year-old Swedish guy, but he knows exactly what American teenage girls want to blast in their cars. The video for “I Wanna Go” starts with Britney giving a press conference, which is hysterical because she’s one of the least media-accessible singers in the world. It’s easier to get a sit-down with Bob Dylan than it is with Britney.
MTV also named I Wanna Go as their Summer anthem behind Eminem
Spears’ “I Wanna Go” — the third Billboard top 10 hit from Femme Fatale — trailed with just over 36.6 percent. If Spears is less than pleased with coming in second, she can take comfort in knowing that her 160,477 votes put her way ahead of her nearest competitor, Lady Gaga, by well over 100,000 votes.
Rolling Stone‘s readers picked their “10 Favorite Dancing Musicians,” Britney duduk di peringkat ke 2 (hanya) dibelakang The King of Pop, Michael Jackson!!
2. Britney Spears
Britney Spears took a whopping percentage of the votes in this poll, clearly establishing the pop starlet as your favorite female dancer. The music video for the 2001 hit “I’m A Slave 4 U” is prime Britney, with the singer deliberately subverting her still-girlish appearance with overt, unapologetic sexuality.
No more Madonna!
Rolling Stone has ranked 16 solo female artists, looking at album and digital song sales, Hot 100 rankings, radio airplay, YouTube views, social media, concert grosses, industry awards and critics’ ratings.
Surprisingly, Gaga took the #1 spot sementara Britney Spears harus puas di #4. Terkejut? Tentu saja karena penilaian ini dihitung hanya dalam kurun waktu 3 tahun terakhir. Dari 2008 sampai sekarang memang diakui dominasi solois wanita pendatang baru tidak bisa dianggap enteng. Sebut saja Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Katy Perry dan Gaga seakan ‘menjajah’ berbagai macam chart diseluruh dunia dengan album dan hits mereka, selain karena faktor era-digital yang berkembang sangat pesat, promo gila-gilaan dan dampak social network yang mendongkrak kiprah bermusik mereka.
Namum menurut saya title Queen of Pop tidak bisa disematkan begitu saja jika penilaiannya didasarkan pada popularitas. Jika 3 tahun cukup untuk Rolling Stone, tapi tidak untuk saya. Queen of Pop was somebody who had longevity and staying power, somebody who had consistently broken records throughout her career, somebody who kept on breaking new grounds musically, somebody who had become an icon and a legend, somebody who has a huge impact on pop culture and is the only one who’s been bringing new sounds and explored new grounds in pop! Britney’s still struggling the list after all, let’s see in 10 years from now who’s still standing!