Album Review: Britney Spears Dominates Till The World Ends With Release Of New Album Femme Fatale (page 2)
It’s hard to single out the shining star of the album, as every track is perfectly crafted and has a magic all of its own. However, the heavy hitters will easily be “Inside Out,” “Big Fat Bass (featuring will.i.am)” and “Trouble For Me.”
“Inside Out” could easily be the song a slow sad breakup anthem that amazingly makes you feel empowered enough to want to break up with anyone. Likewise, the collaboration between will.i.am and Britney on “Big Fat Bass” will have a mass appeal in clubs.
Is this Britney Spears’ best album? To be perfectly honest, it’s the most perfect representation of what Britney does since she put out the 2003 self-entitled album Britney which produced some of the greatest hits of Britney’s career: including “Slave 4 U,” “Overprotected” and “I’m Not A Girl, Not Yet A Woman.”
Femme Fatale is risky, experimental and excellent mix of girl power, partying and sadness.
In this way, people can not only relate to these are essential pieces of growing up, but because it represents a time in Britney’s life that the world witnessed her go through and come back from.
Femme Fatale Tracklisting:
- “Till The World Ends”
- “Hold It Against Me”
- “Inside Out”
- “I Wanna Go”
- “How I Roll”
- “(Drop Dead) Beautiful (Feat. Sabi)”
- “Seal It With A Kiss”
- “Big Fat Bass (Feat. Will.I.Am)”
- “Trouble For Me”
- “Trip To Your Heart”