Britney Spears denies her album: "I'm not going back to music"

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Britney Spears denies her album: “I’m not going back to music”

Britney Spears has denied information from two tabloids, PageSix and The Sun, which have published that the singer is working on a new album with the help of two well-known singers and songwriters, Charli XCX and Julia Michaels.

In an Instagram post, Spears has said that this news is not true. «They say that I have called I don’t know what people to write an album. That news is garbage. “I will never return to the music industry,” were her blunt words.

Spears has gone on to state that “when I write, I do it for fun or because I write for other people,” and has revealed a previously unknown side of her. «Those of you who have read my book, there are many things about me that you don’t know. I’ve written over 20 songs for other artists in the last two years. I am a writer in the shadows and the truth is that I like to do it this way.

Spears ends her post by denying another rumor: “People say that my book came out illegally without my approval and this is also very far from the truth.”

Rolling Stone confirms that Spears’ team has indeed contacted Charli XCX and Julia Michaels to work on a possible new project for the ‘Gimme More’ singer.

Spears has indeed written songs for other artists throughout her career, such as ‘Whiplash’, a song recorded by Selena Gomez. However, it is unknown what songs she would have written in the last couple of years, those after her legal release.

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