Release Date: August 26,2016
- Make Me feat. G-Eazy
- Private Show
- Man On The Moon
- Just Luv Me
- Do You Wanna Come Over?
- Slumber Party
- Just Like Me
- Love Me Down
- Hard To Forget Ya
- What You Need
- Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortes)
- If I’m Dancing
- Copure Electrique
Glory is the ninth studio album from Britney Spears. Work on the album started in the fall of 2014 and with no set deadline for the project she took a more hands on approach, taking her time to craft the album to her liking.
The results of her meticulous work are 12 tracks (17 if you pick up the deluxe edition) that take her into the direction of urban music, a genre she has not delved too deep into during her career. There is also her bread and butter pop and dance tracks as well to round out the sounds present on this album.
The songs on Glory fall more on the sultry side with some light PG-13 sexual undertones to keep on the radio friendly side of the fence. The lead singles from this album (Private Show and Make Me…) are perfect examples of what to expect when it comes to those types of tracks. Other songs to give attention to are Do You Wanna Come Over?, Slumber Party, Love Me Down and What You Need.
Those also will give you a good idea of the musical direction she is he heading in. If you are one who balled out and went for the deluxe edition of the album then add Better and Coupure Electrique to the list as well.
Aside from the shift in musical style the other thing to make note of are the vocals of Britney Spears. It’s probably a given that she’s not going to be hitting any dog whistle notes like Mariah or Christina nor will she be close to out diva-ing Beyonce. But she does sound like she’s comfortably stretching her pipes and having fun while doing it.
Overall this is a great comeback album that should please her loyal diehards as well as pull in some new fans into the Britney universe as well.