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Apr 14, 2016

5 Collaborations Radio.com @Radiodotcom Would Like To See On @britneyspears #B9

Britney Calvin

Radio.com, (Owned by CBS Radio In The U.S.: B96 Chicago, etc), has recently written an article about the top 5 collaborations they would like to see on Britney Spears’ upcoming album B9!

Here are the top 5 collaborations as quoted from Radio.com:


Like many a pop star, Britney is no stranger to featuring verses from rappers on her tracks. Earlier in her career, she worked with T.I. on “Tik Tik Boom” and the Ying Yang Twins on “I Got That (Boom Boom).” Future is blowing up right now between his mixtape with Drake, his possible collaboration with Kanye West and more. Hearing him lend a verse (or two) to a Britney track would ensure immediate success.

Carly Rae Jepsen

Jepsen had one of the most lauded pop albums of 2015, but unfortunately its commercial success didn’t match its critical success. She continues to fly under a lot of people’s radars despite exhibiting a clear talent for fresh, original pop music. Jepsen has a lot more to offer than her first single “Call Me Maybe,” and hearing a collab with Britney seems like it would showcase both singers in their best light.

Enrique w/ guest verse from Pitbull

Britney has a huge fan base in South America, and she guested on the second season of Jane the Virgin, where she interacted hilariously with Jaime Camil aka Rogelio. Why not throw down a double whammy, then, by having Britney perform a fiery duet with Enrique Iglesias while Pitbull also lends a verse? If that seems like a tall order, we think it screams “number one hit” through and through.

Calvin Harris

Harris has produced big hits for Rihanna and Ellie Goulding, so why not Britney in on the fun? Although it might make more sense for him to first work with girlfriend Taylor Swift, it would be equally interesting to see what kind of sound he crafts for Britney. While Britney has produced her fair share of big pop numbers, it’d be curious to see how Harris might be the producer to help her venture into EDM territory.

Nicki Minaj

Nicki sparked the rumors that inspired this list. Having collaborated more recently with Bebe Rexha on “No Broken Hearts,” Nicki seems more interested in lending guest verses to tracks rather than working on new music for herself. Britney could take advantage of Nicki’s availability by bringing her in on a song that blows the collab she did with Iggy Azalea out of the water.

A Calvin Harris (@CalvinHarris) collaboration with Britney Spears would be out of this world! Britney would completely nail tracks like How Deep Is Your Love and Where Have U Been! So HERE for that!


Britney And Calvin

In other news, Britney Spears worked with Calvin Harris protégé “BURNS” for B9 (Calvin Harris and BURNS are both on Flyeye Records). BURNS is rumored to be producing her lead Make Me (Oooh)!


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