Chris Cox; Bloodshy; Abel Garibaldi; Brian "B-Luv" Thomas; Avant; Rodney Jerkins; Sean McGhee; Tom Soares; Andy Gallas; Ian Mereness; Fabian Marasciullo; Tobias Lehmann; Brian Garten
Chris Cox; David Kreuger; Guy Sigsworth; Penelope Magnet; Trixster; Bloodshy; Jacques Lu Cont; Jorgen Elofsson; Junkie XL; Avant; Max Martin; Per Magnusson; R. Kelly; Armand Van Helden; Rami
Number of Discs
60m : 12s
Album Notes and Credits
Personnel: Britney Spears (background vocals); John Amatiello (vocals); Esbj?rn ?hrwall, Johan Carlberg, Donnie Lyle, Henrik Jonback (guitar); Stockholm Session Strings (strings); Max Martin (keyboards, programming, background vocals); Rami (keyboards, programming); J?rgen Elofsson, Per Magnusson, Kendall D. Nesbitt (keyboards); Steve Wolf (drums); Christopher "Tricky" Stewart, David Krueger, Bloodshy, Abel Garibaldi, Ian Mereness (programming); Nana Hedin, Roxanne Estrada, Courtney Copeland, Penelope Magnet, Emma Roads, Emma Holmgren, Therese Ancker, Charlotte Bj?rkman, Jeanette S?derholm, Michelle Bell, R. Kelly, Jeanette Olsson, Angela Hunte, Blackcell, Cathy Dennis (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Chris Cox; Niklas Flyckt; Junkie XL; Mark "Spike" Stent; Max Martin ; R. Kelly; Rodney Jerkins; Sean McGhee; Serban Ghenea; Rami; Fabian Marasciullo.
Audio Remixers: Jacques Lu Cont; Armand Van Helden.
Editor: Sean McGhee.
Photographers: Herb Ritts; Patrick Demarchelier; Ranjit Grewal; Yuki Kuroyanagi; Mark Seliger; Lisa Peardon; Indrani; Steve Klein ; Markus Klinko; Nigel Parry; Jon Ragel; Daniel Hastings; Larry Busacca; Albert Sanchez; Arnold Turner.
Arrangers: Christopher "Tricky" Stewart; Steve Lunt; Janson & Janson; Penelope Magnet; Bloodshy; Avant ; Britney Spears.
From her rise to stardom as a teenager, Britney Spears has provided practically unlimited grist for gossip columnists' mills for everything from her suggestive wardrobe to her unpredictable personal life. In 2004, the media reached a fever pitch with Spears headlines, as tabloids dissected every aspect of her sudden nuptials, among other things. In answer, Spears covered another longtime gossip lightning rod's response to the critics, Bobby Brown's late-1980s chart-topper "My Prerogative," in a manner equal parts flash and funk, bearing a swagger to match the original. That track fittingly leads off Spears's first best-of collection.
GREATEST HITS: MY PREROGATIVE requisitely compiles Spears's numerous dance-pop hits, well-crafted songs like the sultry "Toxic," the hauntingly sweet "Everytime," and her oft-covered debut single "...Baby One More Time." However, the collection goes far beyond its duty of providing an overview of her career. Within the elegant packaging lurks a notable amount of new music. Here Spears offers up two new songs (in addition to the aforementioned cover tune)--the richly orchestral "I've Just Begun (Having My Fun)" and the funky, electronics-laced "Do Somethin'." (Note: Some editions of MY PREROGATIVE include a five-track bonus remix disc including the energetic "Chris Cox Megamix".)