Britney's ode to womanhood
The troubled pop singer's comeback album will reportedly bear notes on womanhood and not her breakdowns.
Troubled pop singer Britney Spears' come-back album will supposedly not talk about the breakdowns she has experienced in the past few months but will instead "celebrate womanhood".
Nate Hills, who collaborated on a few of the songs, said the album is not going to be about Spears venting her problems, reports dailysnack.com.
He said: "There was no, 'I need to let it all out'. She said she deals with that in another way. She didn't let any of her personal life into what she was doing. She wanted to stay away from being personal."
Hills added that despite all her personal upheavals, Spears was a professional.
"As far as her work ethics, I haven't seen anybody come in like that. Boom, boom, boom, and get it done. So as an artist, she's ready to go," he said.
Speaking of the new album, he added: "It's fun, it's basic and there's nothing wrong with that. It's about feeling good, celebrating womanhood. And if you don't dance to it, I really don't know what you're listening to."