Neither of these two pop stars could drum up much interest in their new behind-the-scenes documentaries this Christmas.
As Radio.com gears up for 2014 and even more stories from the world of music, we look back at some of the best, worst and most infamous stories of the year that still have us talking.
In her new video for “Perfume,” Britney Spears proves what you see isn’t always what you get.
Even icons find themselves subject to the mercy of narrative, and Britney Spears has now twice tried one of the tricks of that particular game: a self-titled album as shorthand for truth and authenticity.
Jake Owen kicks country’s door in with his excellent fourth album, while Kells, Brit, and Muse limp into the end of the year with their releases. Dan Weiss gives you the low-down on this Wintery Mix.
Britney Spears’s new album, Britney Jean, isn’t officially out until December 3, but starting today (Nov. 26) fans are able to to get a first listen via iTunes.
Picking up as Spears finishes recording her album, the doc will feature candid interviews with the pop star on the topics of both her personal and professional life.
Pop superstar Britney Spears has logged onto her Twitter account to share the complete tracklist complete with features for her highly anticipated new album, ‘Britney Jean.’
The VH1 Save The Music Foundation has announced its 2014 Ambassador class, led by pop superstar Britney Spears.
After launching 13(!) signature fragrance lines, Britney Spears is inspired by “Perfume” on her new heartfelt ballad that’s set to appear on her upcoming eighth studio album, ‘Britney Jean.’
“Is it the greatest story ever told to the greatest music ever written?” Lets all think about that for a second, shall we.
“Her songs were chosen by the security team because they thought the pirates would hate them most,” navy officer Rachel Owens said. “These guys can’t stand Western culture or music, making Britney’s hits perfect.”
“I have been through a lot in the past few years and it has really inspired me to dig deeper and write songs that I think everyone can relate to,” Spears wrote.
“It’s a personal album and all my family, they always call me Britney Jean,” she said. “It’s a term of endearment and I just wanted to share that with my fans.”
While we ignore the irony that we’ve been waiting for Banks to release her solo album Broke With Expensive Taste for more than two years now, we can focus on the young rapper’s deft lyrical abilities over a beat that feels not unlike her breakout smash, “212.”