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  1. Femme Fatale is the seventh studio album by American singer Britney Spears. It was released on March 25, 2011, by Jive Records, and was her last album with the label before they shut down later that year as she was moved to RCA Records.

  2. 25 mar 2011 · Femme Fatale is the seventh studio album by Britney that was released on March 25, 2011. She wanted to make a “fresh-sounding” and “fierce dance album”, incorporating dance-pop and ...

    • Background
    • Recording
    • Composition
    • Controversy
    • Singles
    • Unreleased & Unused Songs
    • Accolades
    • Promotion
    • Chart Performance
    • Critical Reception

    In June 2010, during an interview with Rap-Up, Danja commented that he was working with Britney in the pre-production of "Femme Fatale." Darkchild (who was also reportedly working with her) said during a Ustream session in August of 2010: "Britney fans are gonna be so happy in a few weeks", hinting about the release of new music." However, this was...

    In July 2009, Britney announced that she had begun recording new material with longtime collaborator Max Martin for The Singles Collection. The material formed what would become her seventh studio album, and would be completed two years later. She stated her desire to make the album "fresh-sounding [...] for the clubs or something that you play in ...

    Critics noted electropop and dance-pop styles on the album. Music journalist Jody Rosen wrote of the album: "Conceptually it's straightforward: a party record packed with sex and sadness." She described Femme Fatale on a Twitter chat as "moody, edgy pop with A LOT of energy" with "a few mid-tempos that could be considered ballads." The album was co...

    Despite having favorable reviews, music critics noted Spears' apparent lack of input on Femme Fatale. Singer-songwriter Ryan Tedder defended her, stating that "[Frank] Sinatra didn't write a song, Garth Brooks barely wrote anything, George Strait has had I think 51 No. 1's and he has yet to write a song. Rascal Flatts are one of the biggest country...

    The album's lead single, "Hold It Against Me", was released on January 10, 2011.
    The second single, "Till the World Ends", was released on March 4, 2011.
    The third single, "I Wanna Go", was released on June 13, 2011.
    The fourth and final single, "Criminal", was released on September 30, 2011.
    "Glow In The Dark" - Recorded in the same session as He About to Lose Me. Later released by Carishma.
    "Licky (Under The Covers)" - Later released by Shontelle. She confirmed Britney recorded the song. Demo pitch by Shontelle and Sean Garrett leaked.
    "Pleasure You" - In 2012, the song was stolen and leaked with unofficial vocals from Don Philip , This song is also rumored to be intended for her fourth studio album, In The Zone.
    "Second Chances" - Confirmed by Scott Storch in 2010.

    "Femme Fatale" won its first awards on Billboard's 2011 Mid-Year Music Awards, where she was nominated in five categories: "First-Half MVP," "Favorite Hot 100 No. 1 Song" (for "Hold It Against Me"), "Favorite Billboard 200 No. 1 Album" (for "Femme Fatale"), "Best Music Video: (for "I Wanna Go"), and Best Tour (for "Femme Fatale Tour") which she all...

    The first set of promotion included an interview with Ryan Seacrest. On March 25, 2011, Spears performed "Hold It Against Me", "Till the World Ends" and "Big Fat Bass" at Rain Nightclub inside the Palms Casino Resort for an MTV special titled "I Am the Femme Fatale", which aired on April 3, 2011. Spears' manager Larry Rudolph explained the choice o...

    "Femme Fatale" debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 276,000 copies. This gave Spears her sixth debut at the top of the charts and leaves her in a three way tie for third most number one albums for a female artist (tied with Mariah Carey and Janet Jackson). However, the first-week sales are her second-lowest sales for ...

    At Metacritic, Femme Fatale holds an average score of 67 out of 100 (indicating "generally favorable reviews"). Jody Rosen of Rolling Stone commented that it "may be Britney's best album; certainly it's her strangest." Allmusic editor Stephen Thomas Erlewine viewed Spears's presence on the album as overshadowed by its "high-class" production, calli...

  3. Listen to Femme Fatale/Circus on Spotify. Britney Spears · Compilation · 2008 · 25 songs.

  4. Explore the tracklist, credits, statistics, and more for Femme Fatale by Britney Spears. Compare versions and buy on Discogs.

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    • Electronic, Pop
    • 437
    • Electro, Dance-pop, Dubstep
  5. Explore the tracklist, credits, statistics, and more for Femme Fatale / Circus by Britney Spears. Compare versions and buy on Discogs.

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