Let's Revisit Britney Spears' Album Art Through The Years And Remember How Awesome It Is
Centuries from now, historians will refer to 2013 as The Year Pop Songs Became the Worms From The Movie Slither. Get that look off of your face. You know you can't resist singing along with "Do What U Want" or "Roar" or "Wrecking Ball." They've taken over our minds. And the crown jewel? Britney Spears's "Work Bitch." Keep working on your impression of "lihve inn ah big mahhnshunn," I won't judge you. Brit Brit is a living legend, so when a letter to her fans AND new album art popped up on her website this morning, I ran to the nearest tattoo shop to get both inked across my shoulder blades. Just kidding, Mom!
Britney Jean will be available Dec. 3, the day after her 32nd birthday, and my body is READY. The album art is black, white, and beautiful all over. In the letter, she writes,"I can’t believe this is my eighth studio album and I know I keep telling you that it is my most personal record yet, but its true and I’m really proud of that." Eighth! Damn, Ms. Spears. We are so hashtag blessed to be alive during the Britney Spears era. So why not pay homage to this wonderful artist? And by homage, I mean "let's take a trip down album art memory lane."