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    Jonathan J Tibbs:. Britney Spears, Princess of Godney...

     

    JACKSONVILLE - FL..."3" is a song by American recording artist Britney Spears, from her second greatest hits compilation The Singles Collection. It was released on September 29, 2009, as the only single of the album by Jive Records. The song was produced by long-time collaborator Max Martin and Shellback, and recorded by Spears in July 2009 while touring Sweden. "3" is an uptempo electropop song that features a heavy bassline and synthesizers, and lyrics that talk about threesomes, while referencing American folk-singing *Trinity Trio* Peter, Paul and Mary during the chorus as sexual slang... Noteworthy references to '3' were also made in 'Radar...'

     

    "Sooo hot, sooo hot, wonder if you know me... On my Radar... operator???" - Britney Spears

     

    "3" received positive appreciation from contemporary critics, with some reviewers calling it a classic Spears song. The song achieved commercial success by topping the charts in the United States and Canada, as well as reaching the top ten in many countries around the world, including Australia, Finland, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom. In the United States, the song debuted at number one in the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the first to debut at the top position in over three years and the first non-American Idol artist in eleven years to do so. "3" was also the fifteenth song in the history of Billboard to debut at number one...

     

    Most reviewers praised "Hold It Against Me", although some criticized its lyrical content. The song debuted at number one in Belgium (Wallonia), Canada, Denmark, Finland and New Zealand, as well as on the US Billboard Hot 100, where it became her fourth chart topper. In the United States, "Hold It Against Me" made Spears the second artist in Billboard's history to debut at number one more than once, behind Mariah Carey. "Hold It Against Me" was Spears's second consecutive single to debut at number one. The feat also made her the third female artist to score number one singles in three consecutive decades, and the seventh artist overall. In 2012, it was voted the best song to reach the top position on the Hot 100 over the past two years. The single has also charted in the top five in countries such as Australia, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, Finland and Norway...

     

    The accompanying music video for the song was directed by Jonas Åkerlund. It premiered on February 17, 2011, following a two-week promotional campaign of teasers. The video features Spears as a *Apocalyptic Pop Star* who fell from space to find fame on Earth. There, she becomes overwhelmed by the pressures of being a celebrity and breaks down. The video received mixed to positive reviews; critics complimented its artistic concept and visuals, but dismissed the use of product placement. Spears performed "Hold It Against Me" at Rain Nightclub, Good Morning America and Jimmy Kimmel Live!. She has also performed it as the opening number of the Femme Fatale Tour (2011).

     

    "Till the World Ends" is composed as an uptempo dance-pop and electropop song with an electro beat. It opens with sirens, and has elements of trance and Eurodance. The song features a chant-like chorus, and lyrics in which Spears sings about dancing until the end of the world. "Till the World Ends" received comparisons to past hits by artists such as Kesha and Enrique Iglesias. The song received universal critical acclaim, with critics calling it a catchy dance track and complimenting its anthemic nature...

     

    The video begins with the words "December 21st, 2012" flashing on screen, the day that refers to the fulfillment of the *Apocalyptic Great Cycle*, Baktun in the Mayan calendar (mostly spread civilization in Guatemala). While Spears appears strutting in an underground party wearing a studded leather jacket and stockings. Several people are seen running to a manhole and enter the sewer system to arrive to the party. This is followed by a dance routine in which Spears is wearing a sequined bodysuit and a small jacket with shoulder pads accompanied by female dancers. During the video, there are scenes of buildings burning and debris falling, as well as intercut scenes of Spears in front of an illuminated background. As the second verse begins, she dances provocatively with her male dancers. In the last chorus, the sun rises while water is sprayed through the dance floor and the earthquake and meteor shower subside. The video ends with Spears coming out of a manhole wearing the red bodysuit and smiling...

     

    After the release of Femme Fatale, "I Wanna Go" charted due to digital sales in the lower end of the US Billboard Hot 100 and the Canadian Hot 100, and also topped the South Korean International chart. Following its release as a single, the song reached the top ten in several music markets, including Canada, France, Finland and the United States.

     

    Spears continues walking down the street, where she smashes the camera of a paparazzi photographer who takes pictures of her. More paparazzi appear as she runs away and jumps on top of a taxi. Spears then stands atop of it, wielding the microphone as a weapon against the paparazzi who are hassling her. Across the street, a marquee of the cinema besides her reads Crossroads 2: Cross Harder, referencing her film debut Crossroads... After all the paparazzi, revealed to be cyborgs, have been knocked to the floor, they start crawling back with their eyes glowing red and their faces bursting with wires, reminiscent to a scene in *Terminator 2: Judgment Day...*

     

    In April 2013 the village gained global acclaim following a tweet from Britney Spears, after fans had used *Godney* as a nickname for the star. Some of her Twitter fans jokingly announced their intention to occupy the English village, resulting in Spears posting a tweet asking them to pay tribute instead to the landlord of Godney's Sheppey Inn...

     

    "King Godney, as the operator of promotions for *Apocalyptic Revelations* and "3"... Your on my radar operator, personally... I'm like the ringleader... I make it *hot, hot hot*... Disputed lead Princess Godney supporter" - Jon

     

    On March 27, 2011, "Big Fat Bass" was also performed at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium that aired on Good Morning America on March 29, 2011... Spears is coming out with a new album in *2013ney* ...

     

    Shall Britney bring more Revelations of love our way ???

     


    Jonathan J Tibbs

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