Jan 10, 2011

Britney Spears Greatest Singles ...

Great post I found recounting the best singles from Britney Spears, with videos!   The only thing I wish had made it was 'Everytime' 'Not a Girl'  and 'Lucky' but then again we could just list every song...


HIAM VIDEO NEWS & a look back at past lead singles/videos!


Wikipedia entries for both Britney Spears and music video director Joseph Kahn have been updated with info that he will in fact be directing the newest video. The entry even goes so far as to name a couple of vague themes, including "Dancing, Nightclub, Desire, Fire."

Joseph Kahn has also directed Britney's videos for Stronger, Toxic, and Womanizer, often referred to as some of her best videos.

As "Hold It Against Me" previews Britney Spears' forthcoming album, Chart Beat looks back at the Billboard Hot 100 performances of the first singles from each of her prior collections.

Five of the lead cuts from Spears' eight sets (including two best-of releases), have reached the top 10. All three of her Hot 100 No. 1s have led off new projects.

Spears is hoping to extend her streak of first singles from albums commanding the Hot 100 to three. "Womanizer" and "3," which introduced "Circus" (2008) and "The Greatest Hits" (2009), respectively, each ruled the list.

"Womanizer" debuted at No. 96 and rocketed to the summit the next week following its digital arrival. "3" became just the 16th song in the Hot 100's history to debut at the apex.


With "Hold It Against Me" set to impact a host of Billboard charts next week, here's a recap of Spears' impressive history ushering in new albums.

Song: "...Baby One More Time"

Album: "...Baby One More Time"

 Debut date: Nov. 21, 1998

Debut position: 17

Peak position: 1, two weeks
Total chart weeks: 32

Digital sales to-date, according to Nielsen SoundScan: 386,000
(Physical sales to-date: 1.4 million)




Song: "Oops!...I Did It Again"

Album: "Oops!...I Did It Again"

Debut date: April 22, 2000
Debut position: 67
Peak position: 9

Total chart weeks: 20
Digital sales to-date: 369,000
(Physical sales to-date: 57,000)




Song: "I'm a Slave 4 You"
Album: "Britney"

Debut date: Oct. 20, 2001

Debut position: 68
Peak position: 27

Total chart weeks: 14

Digital sales to-date: 391,000
(Physical sales to-date: 32,000)




Song: "Me Against the Music" (featuring Madonna)
Album: "In the Zone"

Debut date: Oct. 25, 2003
Debut position: 50
Peak position: 35
Total chart weeks: 13

Digital sales to-date: 250,000
(Physical sales to-date: 60,000)




Song: "My Prerogative"

Album: "Greatest Hits: My Prerogative"

Debut date: Did not chart

Debut position: Did not chart

Peak position: Did not chart (Reached No. 22 on Pop Songs, 2004)
Total chart weeks: Did not chart
Digital sales to-date: 374,000




Song: "Gimme More"

Album: "Blackout"

Debut date: Sept. 22, 2007
Debut position: 85

Peak position: 3

Total chart weeks: 20

Digital sales to-date: 1.6 million




Song: "Womanizer"
Album: "Circus"

 Debut date: Oct. 18, 2008

Debut position: 96
Peak position: 1, one week
Total chart weeks: 23

Digital sales to-date: 3.1 million (Spears' best-selling digital track)




Song: "3"

Album: "The Singles Collection"

Debut date: Oct. 24, 2009
Debut position: 1
Peak position: 1, one week

Total chart weeks: 20

Digital sales to-date: 2 million

source: billboard, wikipedia, youtube, me.

I literally had this post planned out last night and then I check billboard this morning and there is my post! shaking and crying to the beat of HIAM. praise godney! also, for the sake of ~interaction~ whats your favorite britney lead single?

Poll #1666739 Fav Britney Lead Single...
Open to: All, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 333
favorite lead single
View Answers
baby one more time
 44 (13.3%)
oops! i did it again
 41 (12.4%)
slave 4 u
 113 (34.2%)
me against the music
 14 (4.2%)
my perogative
 7 (2.1%)
gimme more
 56 (17.0%)
womanizer
 27 (8.2%)
3
 6 (1.8%)
hold it against me
 22 (6.7%)

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