By Phoebe Lusk-Hussong
Britney's back with her ninth album, Glory. Hear what new artists she features on her latest hits, the kinds of beats she employs, and her current style.
Britney Spears’ ninth and newest album, Glory, is full of fun, electronic pop anthems. Released on Aug. 26, it is the perfect album to end the summer. Because her last album, Britney Jean, was not well received, many fans were wary.. To critic’s surprise, Glory seems to be her triumphant comeback. Throughout the album, Spears tries out many different styles, but her classic upbeat electric feel carries throughout each piece. The songs have easy lyrics and are repetitive in nature, making them perfect for dancing and singing. “Make Me…(feat. G-Eazy)” is an electro-pop anthem that feels like a song off of Troye Sivan’s album, Wild. In “What You Need,” Britney Spears uses electric claps and beats to keep a quick tempo with bluesy undertones. The final line of the song is a surprised “That was fun!” which nicely encapsulates Glory. It is a enjoyable electronic dance album, proving that Britney Spears is back at it again.