CD review: Britney shines

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Yakira Hollis, Staff writer

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Astounding pop legend Britney Spears, has had many accomplishments since she was a teenager. She did not start out as a pop singer, however. Her career began at age 11 on Disney’s Mickey Mouse Club. Later, she began a highly successful career as a singer and performer. Britney Spears has seven albums, over 60 awards, and 20 songs that have reached Billboard’s top 100 songs. Her first appearance in pop music began in 1998, with her number one single “Baby One more Time”.

In 1999, Britney Spears released her debut album Baby One More Time, this was the most successful album she produced. There are 11 songs featured, each song has a different beat and rhythm

One of the most popular songs from this album was “Baby One More Time”, a song that debuted on Billboard’s Hot 100 for one whole week and remains one of her biggest hits ever released. As a Britney Spears fan, this and “You Drive Me Crazy” are among my favorite songs because they are very optimistic songs, which I enjoy listening to.

The reason I chose Britney Spears instead of any other female vocalist or female group was because I feel she is one of the most influential pop female vocalist of our time. Britney Spears has done a lot of memorable things in her career, such as her very iconic Video Music Awards (VMI) Slave 4 U performance, which is still one of the most unique VMA performances. Some downfalls did occur in her career but she managed to pick herself back up and continue to make great music .

Britney Spears has been labeled as a non-feminism icon over the years due to the things she did in the past. When male stars in the public have made mistakes, they can be well-known for having drug habits or punching paparazzi. Nobody labels them as anything, but when females stars do things like this, they are labeled . Even though Britney Spears has never spoken publicly about women’s issues or her political beliefs, I feel she’s an invincible woman who wants to live an unapologetic life her own way. There’s nothing bad about that at all. In fact, that’s pretty empowering.

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Yakira Hollis, Staff writer

Growing up in california, moving to Texas and coming back to California wasn’t easy for a young child. Yakira Hollis grew up in a family of four. The...

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