While ‘Born To Make You Happy’ was Britney Spears’ fourth single in Europe, America got ‘From The Bottom Of My Broken Heart’ instead.
‘Me Against The Music’ was a well-timed collaboration between Britney Spears and Madonna, emerging from the fallout of their VMAs kiss.
‘Stronger’ was always a powerhouse pop song for Britney Spears. But now, it’s a triumphant anthem of survival.
After years of intense media scrutiny on her every move, Britney Spears answered back with a cover of Bobby Brown’s ‘My Prerogative’.
‘Back Here’ wasn’t a hit when it was originally released in the UK, but that didn’t stop BBMak casually conquering America in the meantime.
What better way for Britney Spears to mark a decade in the music industry than reuniting with Max Martin for a song celebrating threesomes?
‘Hollywood’ was quickly released to try and rescue the ‘American Life’ album. Instead, it led to one of the most iconic moments of the ’00s.
Almost two years after her first top 40 single, Ellie Campbell was back with one of the best songs Britney Spears never recorded.
The first major break in the established Britney Spears formula saw her perform an epic ballad co-written by Shania Twain.
Britney concluded her third album with an enjoyable – if completely unnecessary – cover of ‘I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll’.
We didn’t know it at the time, but ‘Do You Know (What It Takes)’ was a landmark moment for pop music in the ’90s and far beyond.
The arrival of Britney Spears saw Ellie Campbell’s second single, ‘So Many Ways’ suddenly take her in an entirely new direction.