Britney Spears is confirmed to launch her highly-anticipated comeback album, titled 'Circus', on her birthday.
Britney Spears' label, Jive/Zomba, recently release a statement saying that the pop princess will drop her sixth studio album on her 27th birthday, December 2. Titled "Circus", Britney's forthcoming record will follow-up her 2007 set "Blackout" and mark her greatest musical comeback.
Speaking of her project, the label company explains that the first single from the album is named "Womanizer" and the tune is confirmed to be released on September 22. Furthermore, Keri Hilson, one of her songwriters suggests the singer to "dig a little deeper" in her new materials and be "a little more real and organic."
Other producers and writers who contribute their work in the album include Danja and Max Martin, the latter helped her making some hit singles, including "...Baby One More Time". Guy Sigsworth, who has collaborated with such big artists as Madonna, Alanis Morissette, and Bjork, also reportedly joins her team.
Britney has received positive response for her return to the public spotlight at the recent MTV Video Music Awards, thanks to her "Piece of Me" music video which leads her collecting three trophies, including Video of the Year. Most recently, she has been named as the "Most Searched Person on the Internet" by Guinness World Records and awarded "Best Comeback Ever" by OnePoll.