Britney Spears Set to Release New Music After Upcoming Las Vegas Residency Launch

Published: Saturday 29th Dec 2018 by TGJ Team

Pop icon Britney Spears is set to continue working on new music once her new and upcoming Las Vegas residency launches, according to her longtime manager Larry Rudolph.

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The Princess of Pop recently revealed that her upcoming Vegas residency, dubbed ‘Britney: Domination,’ will find its home at the new MGM Park Theater beginning in February of 2019 and according to Rudolph, fans of the songstress should expect new music after the shows initial kick-off.

New material from Spears will be the first since 2016’s ‘Glory’ which spawned singles such as ‘Make Me… (feat. G-Eazy)’ and ‘Slumber Party (feat. Tinashe)’ and the first since Spears’ wrapped up her initial Las Vegas residency, ‘Britney: Piece of Me.’ The latter ran from 2013 to 2017 before Spears’ brought the show on the road in 2018 for a limited run across North America and Europe.

Tales of newness from Spears has her loyal legion of fans ecstatic and excited to see what the singer will bring into the new year.

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  1. DanYiel Iman December 29, 2018

    HOPEFULLY it’s good!!

    • Rob December 29, 2018

      Hopefully she sing anything live! She is an amazing entertainer.

    • Typhoon December 30, 2018

      I’m sure it’ll be really good!
      Glory was amazing this will be a worth follow up album 🤩🤩🤩

  2. RENEN December 29, 2018

    It was time, girl. I’m very happy.

  3. Brent Christopher December 29, 2018

    GLORY was a very underrated album & quite honestly… her best & most cohesive work since THE BLACKOUT.

    • Brent Christopher December 29, 2018

      The single selections & associated promo were way OFF for the GLORY project.

      • IKNOWTHETRUTH December 29, 2018

        JUST LUV ME NEEDED TO BE A SINGLE SO BAD GIRL

    • Bam December 29, 2018

      Agreed.

    • The Royal Highness R.A.S.P.U.T.I.A. (Pronounced ‘Rah’ – ‘SPEW’ – ‘Cha’) December 29, 2018

      Glory was missing the urban edge Blackout had. I realize that Britney is a POP artist but right now that urban edge is what sells POP music so she needs to embrace that again to her advantage. Without it, Glory was a decent album but no singles came out of it that could carry the sales of the album. Blackout had Piece of Me, Gimme More, and lots of other BOPs. Glory had cute songs for the fans but NOT BOPS.

  4. Sweetnothings78 December 29, 2018

    I’m about as buzzed as a no 1 cut…. she’s a bore of a machine!

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