"Womanizer" hitmaker and pop Goddess Britney Spears has revealed the full official track list of her upcoming album 'Britney Jean' that is slated to hit shelves Dec. 3. The album will not only see Britney pairing up with Will.i.am but will also see her sharing vocals with little sister Jamie Lynn and rapper T.I.
She released the full track list of 'Britney Jean' on twitter, which has 10 tracks in its standard edition and 14 in its special one.
— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) November 13, 2013
According to Examiner.com, Britney has called the album her most personal yet, which explains her sister Jamie's appearance on it. Britney and Jamie will sing "Chillin' with You" together, while rapper T.I will feature on "Tik Tik Boom."
Britney expressed her happiness and excitement about having Jamie and T.I on the album. She tweeted:
So SOOO beyond excited to have my baby sis @jamielynnspears on the album. <3 <3 <3 And @Tip!!! My homie :) — Britney Spears (@britneyspears) November 13, 2013
Two singles, "Work Bitch" and "Perfume" from 'Britney Jean' have already been released with the latter being the most recent one. Talking about 'Perfume', Britney said to E!Online:
"'Perfume' is incredibly special to me because it hits close to home, and I think the story is relatable to everyone. Everyone's been through an insecure moment in a relationship that's left them vulnerable and I think this song captures that."
As the album hits stores Dec.3, Britney will kick-off a residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas soon after. She will be performing for fans on a weekly basis in the Sin City. The residency is apparently replacing a potential tour, reports Hypable.com.
Britney is working out very hard to make her residency an absolute hit. In an interview with PerezHilton.com, the 31-year-old crooner said:
"I'm really challenging myself with the choreography...Whenever I do a show; I'm really keen on making it a show. I love to dance and perform. Because it's Vegas, I want to do something different. This is the perfect place to bring it to the next level."