May 22, 2008 08:52:51 GMT
The pop diva is getting her music career back on track as she has started the recording of new materials for her upcoming LP.
After managing to convince her record label bosses with her demo songs, Britney Spears moves ahead on her new album's work. The pop singer has already started to record the new materials for the follow up to "Blackout".
Britney not only managed to take the heart of her label's executives, but she has also received praises from two producers she worked with on the upcoming LP, Sean Garrett and J.R. Rotem. Commenting on Britney's effort on the studio, Rotem said, "She's great. She's like a master at what she does. She's a lot more experienced than most people. She just has the 'it' factor that not every artist has. So it's always nice to work with her."
Meanwhile, Sean also said that he is just happy to discover that Britney has recovered from her recent troubles. "I'm just happy to see her back and recovering. She's really shaping up and getting her whole situation back together. I'm really proud and happy to see her," Sean said.
Although previous reports claim that her new LP is being set for December release, a source said that the new record is still at an infant stage as Britney is still trying to find the sound and direction she wants for the set. "Britney is in the experimental stages of a new album," The source said. "She's trying to find the sound and direction she wants to go in, but nothing is set in stone just yet."