Britney Spears: Femme Fatale Album Review
Britney Spears as a musician is practically unstoppable. Since her early days as a teen pop icon, she continues to amaze her fans around the world. Although there is still ridicule and criticism on her private life, her focus on creating music is back. The latest album isn’t comparable to her early days but her current songs are good enough to attract positive attention.
Her latest album “Britney Spears: Femme Fatale” is another set of songs that deviates from her past trends after her tumultuous personal life. Instead of answering the critics through a song, the songs are now focused on something else. This is actually a welcoming change since not everyone really wants to hear a song as a response to critics.
Britney Spears: Femme Fatale is practically a dance album. The singles “Hold it Against Me” and “Till the World Ends” comes with ferocious beats that fit with the current trend of pop-club crossovers. The lyrics are not just your regular song about having fun but are heartfelt and lead the listeners to think that she’s out there to find the one. It’s a fun set of songs with subtle lyrics that tells about her side as a “Femme Fatale.”
Music production in the album is flawless with well known writers and producers collaborating to create the amazing tracks. For casual listeners, the beats could be too much but it’s not to the point that it could become annoying. The combination of beats with powerful lyrics has made the album a must-buy for every fan.