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Princess of Pop, Britney Spears revealed in an Instagram post that she is pregnant with her third child with her fiance, Sam Asghari. The announcement comes after months when she was released from her father’s conservatorship. While you rejoice in this good news, revisit these seven best tracks that defined the pop singer's career
This was Spears' debut single that ushered in a new era of pop and redefined the music industry. The music video was all about Y2K pop style and for that, we are eternally grateful.
Featuring Spears’ greatest vocal performances, ‘Born To Make You Happy’ isn’t like her other pop dance numbers. This ballad-like song had a soft beat, a mild tone - one that you can add to your playlist while on a long drive.
The title track of her second album entitled ‘Oops!… I Did It Again’ was an iconic hit featuring Spears in a red latex catsuit. It was a career-defining song that made her the centre of the teen pop universe.
Britney Spears’ music theme often circulated around lyrics describing controlled or scrutinised emotions. This 2001 banger still remains an underrated gem from Spears' discography.
‘Toxic’ from her album ‘In The Zone’, is an iconic number that led Spears to win a Grammy award. The music video was fun, dramatic and captivating. This one also marked her return to composing peppy pop songs again.
The iconic line ‘It's Britney, bitch’ wouldn't exist in pop culture history without the track, ‘Gimme More’. Released way back in 2007 under her fifth studio album, Blackout, this song resurfaced as a viral TikTok sensation last year.
‘Womanizer’ is touted as the comeback hit of Britney after a long hiatus from producing music. This catchy, dance number was released under her great album ‘Circus’, a driving rock and roll pop album in her career.