Britney Spears denies reports of a new album

Britney Spears denies reports of a new album

Britney Spears has refuted reports from Page Six and The Sun that suggested pop stars Charli XCX and Julia Michaels were approached to write songs for her alleged new album.

According to Rolling Stone, a source mentioned, “management and A&R are trying to get her excited for the music. As of right now, she’s not actively in recording but they’re getting [songs] done to present to her.”

Dismissing these claims, Spears took to Instagram, stating, “Just so we’re clear most of the news is trash !!! They keep saying I’m turning to random people to do a new album … I will never return to the music industry !!!” Instead, she clarified that she had written over 20 songs for other artists in the past two years, expressing her enjoyment of ghostwriting.

Despite her prolific writing, none of Spears' penned songs have been released, raising the possibility that the 42-year-old uses a pseudonym for her ghostwriting endeavors.

Having not released a full album since 2016’s "Glory," Spears, in her recent memoir, "The Woman in Me," emphasized that her focus on pushing forward in her music career is not a priority. She highlighted the impact of the conservatorship that controlled her life from 2008-2021, stating it was detrimental to her musical pursuits.

Although she collaborated with musical icon Elton John recently, Spears made it clear that advancing her music career is not her primary focus at the moment, expressing the need to discover herself.

Following the memoir's publication, Spears informed her Instagram followers that she "wrote a new song!!! Hate you to like me !!!" Dismissing rumors about her new album, she posted an image captioned with Salome With the Head of John the Baptist, pushing back against comments suggesting her book was "released without my approval illegally," related to a fan conspiracy about her remaining under some vestige of the conservatorship.

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