Brithey Spears Says She will not return to the music industry.
According to Britney Spears, she will “never return” to the music business.
Recent rumors that Britney Spears is collaborating with other musicians on an album are being refuted.
“(Britney Spears) Against the Music” is the industry term for it.
On Wednesday, the singer demonstrated that she truly meant the words she uttered in “My Prerogative,” especially in regards to never putting out another record.
The caption of a photo on her since-deactivated Instagram account read, “They keep saying I’m turning to random people to do a new album… I will never return to the music industry!!!” Spears said.
The pop singer seemed to be responding to rumors that she was maybe working with a musician, which had circulated earlier in the day.
Julia Michaels, a singer-songwriter, and Charli XCX for a future album the project, according to Page Six, was “only. Starting to take shape” and no material had been recorded as of yet.
Spears denied reports of new songs under her own name, but she did say that she was still writing music—just not for herself to perform.
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“When I write, I write for fun, or I write for other people !!!” she said. “I’ve written over 20 songs for other people the past two years !!! I’m a ghostwriter and I honestly enjoy it that way !!!”
Over the course of her illustrious career, Spears has published nine albums; the most recent, “Glory,” was released in 2016 and reissued in 2020.
Prior to the most recent, there had been several claims that Spears would permanently leave the music industry these included. claims made by her longtime manager, who quit during her conservatorship, and by Spears herself, who stated she would not. Return to the industry out of fear for her family spears was freed from the legal arrangement after this time.
Nonetheless, Spears has since dropped two more singles “Mind Your Business” with will i am from last year and the. Chart-topping Elton John collaboration “Hold Me Closer” from 2022.