Glory-albumista vastannut tuottaja Karen Kwak kertoo NY Postille levyn teosta ja Britneyn kurinalaisuudesta. Hän sanoo Britneyn halunneen albumista erilaisen kuin “epäoriginaali” Pretty Girls -sinkku. Artikkelissa käsitellään myös VMA-gaalaa.
Karen Kwak, the executive producer of “Glory,” came onboard after “Pretty Girls.” “[‘Pretty Girls’] wasn’t original,” she says. “Britney wanted to do things that were fresh and unexpected this time.”
It shows in the album, with sexually themed songs, such as “Do You Wanna Come Over?” and “Clumsy,” and a variety of styles — dance-pop, R&B and even a track sung in French.
“There was never a moment where she was given a song, and anybody said, ‘This is a hit. You have to sing it,’ ” adds Kwak. “Britney pursued the songs she wanted to do for herself. She came up with concepts and melodies. It’s her baby.”
The regular Las Vegas shows have given Britney structure and helped put the mess behind her.
“It’s like being an athlete. If you’re doing it that much, you’re getting yourself into shape,” says Kwak. “She was always ready to work during the album sessions, and it was very important to her to be done by a certain time so she could pick up her boys [Sean and Jayden] from school.”
Lähde: NY Post