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Their efforts resulted in a primarily dance-pop and electropop record, which sees additional influences from Euro disco, dubstep, and funk.
The lyrical themes revolve around love, fame, media scrutiny, sex, and clubbing.
Recording continued at Spears' house in Los Angeles, three weeks after she gave birth. [...] I don’t know any other mother that would do that." Danja added that despite all her problems in her personal life, "As far as her work ethic, I haven't seen anybody come in like that and do what you go to do." Regarding the sound of the album, He deemed it as bigger, more mature and "a new Britney", explaining, "I come from hip-hop, so it's underlined with [it], but I throw it down." Kara Dio Guardi, who also worked on "Heaven On Earth", co-produced and co-wrote "Ooh Ooh Baby" with Spears while she was pregnant with her second child.
Dio Guardi said that Spears "worked really hard" and called her "unstoppable".
Not that I'm going to be like frickin' Tina Turner. After the divorce, her partying and public behaviour drew attention from the worldwide media, and ended with two separate stints at rehab facility Promises in February 2007.
Her manager Larry Rudolph released a statement on March 20, 2007, saying that she "successfully complet[ed] their program." "It's definitely Britney, but the next level.
Upon its release, Blackout received mostly positive reviews from music critics, who complimented it as Spears' most progressive and consistent album.
Spears had recorded the song live with her band while on tour, and dedicated it to all the "legends and icons out there." The lyrics lament the fall of Mona Lisa, calling her "unforgettable" and "unpredictable", and cautions listeners not to have a "breakdown".Unlike her previous records, Spears did not heavily promote Blackout; her only televised appearance for Blackout was a universally panned performance of "Gimme More" at the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards.In 2012, the album was added to the library and archives of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame In November 2003, while promoting her fourth studio album In the Zone, Spears told Entertainment Weekly that she was already writing songs for her next album and was also hoping to start her own record label in 2004.But right now, she's happy juggling music and motherhood." Spears first met Rotem in Las Vegas, Nevada in March 2006, and enlisted him to work on the album after listening to Rihanna's "SOS".
They wrote and recorded four songs together, including "Everybody", which was originally offered to Rihanna and The Cheetah Girls.Blackout was originally scheduled to be released on November 13 in the United States, though it was ultimately rush-released after several unauthorized internet leaks.