Vegas Player -lehti pääsi pari päivää sitten haastattelemaan Britneytä ja selvisi, että hän on palannut studioon! Uuden albumin suunta ei vielä ole selvillä, mutta jotain on kehitteillä. Alla ote artikkelista, ja loput voit lukea täällä.
A late-summer media blitz had Britney in the spotlight. In a matter of weeks, she released her ninth studio album, “Glory,” hit the talk-show circuit (including Carpool Karaoke with James Corden) and performed at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards. It was her first VMA appearance in 10 years. Why so long? “It really just had to be the right song,” she explains. “I wanted the VMA performance to be its own thing. That’s what makes it special.”
The VMA performance helped promote “Glory,” her first studio album in three years. “I think the vibe of ‘Glory’ is a lot different than my previous albums,” she says. “We experimented with so many things while we were making the record. I feel like this time, I was really able to be hands on. I’m so proud of every song that we put on the album.”
She continues, “It took us a couple of years to make this album, and of course over time, musical styles change and sometimes other ideas pop up that you just like better. The songs on ‘Glory’ were no-brainers for me—they were the best of all the songs we recorded.”
As Britney talks enthusiastically about how much she enjoyed the recording process, it was only natural to ask if a follow-up could come quickly. “I’m not sure what I want the next album to sound like,” she says. “I just know that I’m excited to get into the studio again and actually have already been back recording,” she reveals.
And while her musical future is rooted in Las Vegas, when asked if she has plans to tour soon, she answers, “I’m not sure yet.” Just like Britney to keep her fans always wanting more.