Britney Jean Spears (from December 2nd, 1981) is an American singer and actor. Born in Spicy, Mississippi, he has been a celebrity activity since childhood, including appearing on television programs.
Britney made her debut as a singer by signing a label contract with Jive Records in 1997, becoming a celebrity representing mainstream pop music and culture. The debut album and the second regular album … Baby One More Time (1999) and Oops!…
Britney Jean Spears was born on December 2, 1981 in Mississippi, the second child of Lynn Irene and James Parnell Spears, and was raised to a grandmother born in London.
His father, James Parnell Spears, lived in poverty while working on a construction site. Brothers include Brian James and Jamie Lynn. At the age of three, Spears attended dance classes in his hometown of Cantwood, Louisiana, and even performed solo at the opening annual concert.
As a child, Spears attended gymnastics and various voice lectures, showed outstanding talent in international-level competitions, and was awarded the Children’s Award.
Also, when she was 5 years old, she sang “What Child Is This?” and graduated from kindergarten, showing her potential as a star. Britney said of her childhood aspirations: “
I am in my own world, and I know what to do when I am young.” When Britney was eight, she and her mother left for Atlanta to audition for the Mickey Mouse Club.
After arriving, Britney showed off her talent at the audition, but was eliminated because she was too young. At this time, Nancy Carlson, who looked at Spears, introduced her to an agency in New York City.
Later, with Carson’s help, Britney enrolled in the Professional Performing Arts School, a renowned New York talent school, and soon Spears’ younger brother, Jamie Lin, and his mother and Spears moved to New York.
Later, Britney went on to appear on the popular television program Star Search, and was cast in various commercials, preparing as a star. In February 1992,
Spears was finally cast to the Mickey Mouse Club, but after a tough time, and two years later the program was abolished, Britney descended to her hometown of Cantwood to live as an ordinary girl. However, the dream of becoming a singer still continued. Also, when I was a child, a lawyer was a dream.
In June 1997, he joined the American female pop five-member group Innocence as a member. At this time, Larry Rudolph, an entertainment attorney, recognized Britney’s talent and sent a photo of Britney and a demo tape to Jive Records.
Two weeks later, Jive Records signed a contract with Spears for $25, claiming that Spears has the appeal of commercial success. Jive Records made plans to make Britney a star, and went on tours with several famous singers to gain experience.
Since then, Britney has come to prepare for her debut album. Britney works with famous producers such as Max Martin, Denise Pop and Lamy at Keiron Studios in Stockholm,
Sweden from March to April 1997 for recording her debut album. After recording, Spears officially debuted in early 1999 through his debut single “…Baby One More Time”.
Full Name: Britney Jean Spears
Date of Birth: December 2, 1981
Famous: Britney Spears Illuminati Members
Age: 38 Years, 38 Year Old Females
Sun Sign: Sagittarius
Born In: McComb, Mississippi, United States
Famous As: Pop Singer
Height: 5’4″ (163 cm), 5’4″ Females
Spouse/Ex-: Jason Allen Alexander (M. 2004–2004), Kevin Federline (M. 2004–2007)
After finishing recording her debut album in Sweden, Britney returned to the United States and conducted a promotional tour at the shopping mall for the upcoming album.
On stage, Britney sang four songs and mobilized two backdancers. In particular, on the first tour, Ensink stood on the stage as an opening guest. Britney’s debut album…Baby One More Time was released in January 1999.
The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 by selling 1.25 million copies in the first week of its release in the United States, and ranked No. 1 in more than 15 countries.
Baby One More Time sold more than 10 million copies worldwide in the year it was released and was listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the highest sales album among the top 10 singers.
The album has sold 26 million copies worldwide to date. The title track “…Baby One More Time” will be released as the album’s lead single. Jive Records wanted to film the music video for the song in an animated format, but Britney refused to do so and finally decided on the concept of a female student attending a Catholic school.
Baby One More Time” sold 500,000 copies in the first week and debuted at No. 1 in the Billboard Hot 100, keeping the top for two weeks. It also topped the list in the UK and sold 460,000 copies in the first week, making it the fastest-selling single in the UK. Later,
it was recorded as one of the “best-selling singles in the history of the British charts.” Britney was nominated for “…Baby One More Time” at the 42nd Grammy Awards in 2000 for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Rookie of the Year Awards,
but returned to her childhood friend Christina Aguilera, who was considered a competitor at the time. In addition, it swept various newcomer awards and female artist awards at the Billboard Music Awards and MTV Awards,
creating a new sensation in the United States and gaining popularity worldwide. “(You Drive Me) Crazy” was released as the album’s third single and was a worldwide hit. At this time, Britney was even compared to Debbie Gibson, the best idol singer of the 80s.
On June 28, 1999, when Britney’s first tour, the Baby One More Time Tour, was launched in North America, critics made good comments, but others criticized it for sensational clothing. At the end of the tour in 2000, the tour continued under the title Crazy 2k.
On this tour, Britney featured songs from her second album. In May 2000, Britney’s second studio album Oops!…I Did It Again is released. The album sold 1.3 million copies in the first week of release in the United States, setting the record for the first week of sales among solo singers in Soundscan history.
The album sold more than 20 million copies worldwide. The album’s lead single “Oops!… I Did It Again” topped the list in Australia, New Zealand, the UK and several European countries. This song was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and the Album for Best Pop Vocal Album, but it did not win.
In the same year, Oops!… started the I Did It Again World Tour, a commercial success with a profit of $40 million, and he and his mother wrote the first book, Britney Spears’ Heart-to-Heart.
Britney performed at the MTV Video Music Awards, held on September 7, 2000, and remained one of Britney’s coolest performances. Through this day’s performance,
he also announced his transformation into a provocative image. At the same time, the media speculated that Britney and Ensink member Justin Timberlake were dating, and eventually admitted this.
In February 2001, Britney and her mother co-published a novel titled A Mother’s Gift. In November 2001, the third studio album, Britney, was released.
Britney’s tour took inspiration from hip-hop musicians such as J-G and Neptunes and wanted to create a funky-sounding record. Britney ranked first in the Billboard 200, as well as ranked fifth in Australia, the UK, and Europe,
with sales of 12 million copies worldwide. Britney won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album and the track “Overprotected” for Best Pop Vocal Women’s Performance, but failed to win.
However, it was included in the 2008 Entertainment Weekly’s “100 Best Albums of the Last 25 Years” list. Britney’s first single “I’m a Slave 4 U” hit the world’s top ten in several countries.
Britney Spears began working on a new album in March 2010, and on March 25, 2011, Britney’s seventh studio album, Femme Fatale, was released. Producers included Max Martin, Dr. Luke, Will I.M, Stargate and Darkchild.
When the album was released, it sold 2760 million copies in the first week, making its debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, setting the third most record in the history of a female singer who debuted at No. 1 with six albums.
The album has sold more than 600,000 copies by July 2011, and the RIAA has certified platinum. The album received mostly positive reviews from critics, and Metacritic gave 67 points, the highest score since Oops!… I Did It Again.
Many judges, including Rolling Stone, voted this album as the best album of Spears. However, some criticized Spears’ voice for sounding like “Program Britbot” because of excessive use of autotune and over-processed vocals. Femme Fatale’s first single, “Hold It Against Me”, debuted at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with 4110 million digital sales in the first week, breaking Taylor Swift’s 320,000 record.
With this, two songs after Mariah Carey became the second artist to make their hot shot debut, and Spears’ fourth Billboard Hot 100 number one. The second single,
“Till The World Ends” by Kesha, was released on March 11, 2011. The song climbed to number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100, particularly on US radio, with a listening rate of over 98 million, making it the highest listening rate among Spears songs in the past 13 years.
In April of the same year, Rihanna’s song “S&M” remixed as a featured singer, winning No. 1 in the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Britney’s fifth No. 1 single. After that, the third single “I Wanna Go” was released and reached 9th place in the Billboard Hot 100.
With this, Britney has placed 21 singles in the top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100, the third highest among female singers in the past 13 years.