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Ever since Britney Spear’s first album came out in 1999, she’s reigned as the pop princess across the industry and in her fans’ hearts, and with good reason. That first album debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200, and since then, she’s seen plenty of No. 1s and top 10s on the Billboard Hot 100 as well.
While it’s hard to choose a favorite Britney song as an album rating site, we thought it might be a good idea to rank some of her most popular hits.
Here’s what we’ve come up with.
Toxic came out in 2004, and to no one’s surprise, it became an instant hit. It was a song so undeniably Britney that it actually scored her a Grammy—her only to date. The song is a wild ride in every sense of the word—it’s bold, dramatic, and as edgy as it can get, i.e., a song that sets the tone for the rest of Britney’s career.
Piece Of Me reflects a defining moment in the music industry when most pop artists faced a tough time dealing with toxic paparazzi behavior and intense celebrity gossip. Like many other artists of the time, Britney, too, took her thoughts on the matter to the recording studio. What came out was an impactful song that showcased her decisive but resigned emotions flawlessly.
2007 was a dark year for the pop princess, yet she somehow managed to produce one of the best works during this time, i.e., Gimme More. With its iconic “It’s Britney, bitch” opening line, the song is a slick, almost hypnotic hit that you can only do justice to by playing at full volume.
We’re not sure if it was the funky tune or the playful concept that made Oops I Did It Again an instant hit amongst the masses, but whatever it was, it worked. As her earliest work, it was meant to drive up her popularity further, which it did, but it also became the pop song of the decade, which wasn’t something anyone could’ve anticipated.
As her debut single, this song deserves some credit. In fact, despite the pop icon rolling out several hits over the years, Baby One More Time has retained its iconic image—it is what initially made her a superstar—a mega-hit in the pop industry. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that no debut single by any artist has ever come close to this song’s incredible vocals and melodrama.
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