Her full name is Britney Jean Spears and was born on 2 December, 981 in Mississippi, Louisiana. She attended dance classes as a child. In 1997, she joined all-female American group “Innosense” with members Jenny Morris, Veronica Finn, Amanda Latona, Nikki DeLoach, Mandy Ashford and Danay Ferrer.

In 1999, she launched her debut album “…Baby One More Time” that was released on 12 January, 1999 by Jive Records with producers All Seeing I, David Kreuger, Per Magnusson, Kristian Lundin, Rami Yacoub, Denniz Pop, Max Martin and Eric Foster White. The album became a hit after selling over 5 million copies wordlwide.

In 2000, she launched her second studio album “Oops!… I Did It Again” that was released on 16 May, 2000 by Jive Records with producers Timmy Alien, Steve Lunt, Robert Lange, Robert Jazayeri, Barry Eastmond, Jake Schulze, David Kreuger, Rami Yacoub and Max Martin. The album won two Billboard Music Awards in 2000 in the category of “Album Artist of 2000” and “World-Record Breaker of 2000”. It was also nominated at the American Music Awards for “Favorite Pop/Rock Album”, at the Grammy Awards for the “Best Pop Vocal Album” and at the Juno Awrards for “Best Selling Album – Foreign or Domestic”.

In 2001, she launched her third studio album “Britany” that was released on 6 November, 2001 by Jive Zomba Records, with producers Rami Yachoub, Max Martin, The Neptunes, Justin Timberlake, Wade J. Robson and Darkchild. It was nominated at the Grammy Awards 2001 in the cateogry of “Best Pop Vocal Album” and “Best Pop Vocal Performance”.

In 2003, she lanuched her fourth studio album “In the Zone” that was released on 16 November, 2003 by Jive Records, with producers Bloodshy  Avant, Brian and Josh, Jimmy Harry, Guy Singsworth, Shep Soloman, R. Kelly, The Matrix, Trixter and Mark Taylor.

In 2007, she lanuched her fifth studio album “Blackout” that was released on 26 October, 2007 by Jive Records, with producers Pharrell Williams, Sean Garrett, Freescha Frewreck, Kara DioGuardi, The Clutch and Nathaniel “Danja” Hills.

In 2008, she launched her sixth studio album “Circus” that was released on 28 November, 2008 by Jive Records, with producers Teresa LaBarbera Whites, Greg Kurstin, Fernando Garibay, Dr. Luke, Nate Hills, The Clutch, Benny Blanco, Larry Rudolph, Rob Knox, The Outsyders and Harvey Mason. It was nominated at the Grammy Awards in the category of “Best Dance Recording”.

In 2011, she launched her seventh studio album “Femme Fatale” that was released on 25 March, 2011 by Jive Records, with producers will.i.am, StarGate, Shellback, Sandy Vee, Oligee, Magnus, Henrik Jonback, Fraser T Smith, Dream Machine, Darkchild, Bloodshy, Benny Blanco, Billboard, Ammo, Dr. Luke and Max Martin.

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