Britney Says She’s Still Recording New Music, Bitch

Come on: Did you really think that Britney Jean would be the end of the legacy?

You better still believe (REFERENCE), y’all.

In a new interview with Variety, the sensual seductress and her team discussed her million billions in revenue from albums, touring, X Factorney stints, merchandise, perfumes, game-changing games and, most recently, her most personal and intimate loungewear to date. (Quick question: Is that money in your pocket, or you happy to see B?)

It’s a pretty fascinating deep dive into the Business Of Britney, as well as what it actually means to be a successful pop star within The World In Which We Live today.

Oh, right.

And then, casually lumped in at the very end, there was this little tidbit from B-Girl herself:

And plus, working on the Vegas residency schedule — in which Spears plays three shows a week, with the rest of the week spent at her home in Los Angeles, coupled with scheduled multi-week breaks along the way — allows Spears more time to pursue projects from her home base.

“In my off-time I do record,” Spears says. “Once in a while I’ll just go into the studio if there’s a really good song that I have in my head and want to do. I think as artists you’re constantly in creative motion. If I stopped writing songs then that’s a part of me that would stop in my life, and I need constant motion… I’m definitely more in a creative space now. You have more time to go there spiritually in your home with a piano than you would being in a hotel room.”

“I do record.”

After all this time, she still enjoys sitting down at her pi-ana and churning out a little ditty, “Everytime” style.

So, there you have it: She herself confirmed that she’s not done recording music, so stop with those tears falling at night — the girl needs constant motion!

Keep the faith and shine bright always: Britney’s just begun (having her fun).


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