w/ Special Guest @literaltrash2004
By 2001, Britney Spears was three years into her career and had already sold over 40 million albums, had two number one albums, three sold out tours, performed at the Super Bowl, Grammy’s and MTV VMA’s, and scored three top 10 singles. Oh and she wasn’t even 20 years old. But it was in the fall of this year that she would release one of her most personal and introspective albums in her discography “Britney”. From immaculate performances, to the catchiest pop tunes, to some of her most legendary looks, this era was Britney Spears at her peak. On this episode, we are celebrating the 20th anniversary of this album, and I’ll be joined later on in the episode with special guest Bridget from @literaltrash2004 on IG for a track-by-track. So sit back, grab a Pepsi and get ready to be immersed into the world of Britney, not a girl not yet a woman.
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