The Princess of Pop, Britney Spears has turned 37 today and she is, without a doubt, still rocking in her 30’s. With hit singles like”…Baby one more time” The pop icon is popularly known for awakening teen pop during the late 1990s and early 2000s. Here are some of her hit songs we’ve all grown up loving.
Oops…I did it again: The lead single from her second debut album “Oops I did it again” written by the Swedish producer Max Martin and is considered as the sequel of Britney’s hit single “… Baby one more time”.
In this song, the singer revealed that she is not that “innocent,” a simple comeback for those who labelled her as ‘young and naive.’ The single peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 selling over 1M of its first week sales.
I’m Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman
This song is from her third studio album “Britney” and is Britney’s favourite to perform! It was written and produced by Max Martin and Rami, this song is a statement for the pop icon who was considered “too young” at that time. The singer lashed back in the song saying: “I’m not a girl, don’t tell me what to believe”
Womanizer is the lead single from her 2008, sixth studio album Circus, written by The Outsyders .The song was the first one peaking at No.1 on the charts since “… Baby one more time”. The song talks about a push and pull relationship, calling out the guy as a “womanizer”.
Till the world ends
The song features two musical icons, Nicki Minaj and Kesha, and this fantastic combo of artists make this song the perfect one to groove to. Till the world ends is a song from Britney’s seventh studio album Femme Fatale and it received 2011 MTV Music Awards Best Pop Video.
Toxic is song from her fourth studio album In the Zone and it won Britney’s first and only Grammy for Best Dance Recording in 2005. The song talks about a toxic relationship and being addicted to her lover. But yes, it’s one song that will possibly stay with us forever!
Britney has set the stage for numerous other female pop icons with her bold music and one-of-a-kind voice! So, honestly, how could we not celebrate her?