Britney Spears’ fans disheartened at news the Pop princess pressed pause on ‘Domination’ (her forthcoming Las Vegas residency at Park Theater) to tend to her father as he recovers from a recent life-threatening illness will also be disappointed to learn the indefinite “work hiatus” will impact the release of her yet-titled 10th album.
The show’s run, which saw its cancellation announced last week (as we reported here), was confirmed by her manager – Larry Rudolph – to be followed by the release of music found aboard her denary opus (the follow-up to 2016’s ‘Glory’). Now, though reports are surfacing to indicate the set will definitely be delayed, its executive producer is assuring fans it will be worth the wait.
After Variety ran an exclusive report to indicate Spears’ next album will not be surfacing as soon as previously expected, they also revealed its executive producer: Justin Tranter. Celebrated for his work with Kesha, Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Kelly Clarkson, and more, Tranter expressed, “I’m beyond excited to be involved.”
Once fans learned of his involvement, their calls for bops earned responses from the 38-year-old producer.
Fans aware of Tranter know he and Britney are no strangers. He contributed his penmanship to four of the tracks found on ‘Glory’ (‘Do You Want To Come Over?,’ ‘Invitation,’ ‘Slumber Party,’ and ‘Just Like Me’). And, from where we stand, if what he’s offering for the new new is anything like the aforementioned, we are ready!