Britney Spears' New Album Coming March 15
As the world digests Britney Spears' latest single "Hold It Against Me," the release date of her next album has surfaced: March 15, a rep for the 29-year-old pop singer confirmed to MTV on Friday.
The sure-to-be chart topper will feature "multiple songs" produced by the "Hold It Against Me" megaminds, Max Martin and Dr. Luke, but Rodney Jerkins, Stargate, Fraser T. Smith, Bloodshy & Avant and others also mix up the album's production credits.
On top of that, the label's notice touts her upcoming music video for "Hold It Against Me" as "a sexy, edgy dance piece directed by Jonas Åkerlund and showing Britney at peak form and ability."
Brit's fans can buy standard edition come March 15, but her BIG fans can shell out for the deluxe edition that will include three or four extra songs and a lengthier booklet.
Not satisfied with those deets? Adam Leber, Spears' manager, tweeted more info about the photo shoot that will accompany her seventh album:
"Britney Spears did a photoshoot for her album package yesterday. Photos are nothing less than spectacular. We'll share some soon." Later, Leber tweeted, "So many good things coming down the pipeline. Britney fans should be excited. Album is incredible, video is fire, photoshoot is pure glam. Patience isn't just a great song by Guns N' Roses. All good things to those who wait."
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