Saturday, May 9, 2020

Britney Spears Surprises Fans With Radically Different New Cover for 2016’s ‘Glory’

Whether it’s pandemic boredom, slavish dedication or a combination of both, fans of some of pop music’s top divas have been amusing themselves lately by launching social media campaigns to get their favorite singers’ less respected albums to the top of the download charts, years after the fact.
It happened when Mariah Carey’s “lambs” drove her 2008 album “E=MC2” to the top of the iTunes album sales chart in late April, closely followed by Madonna’s devotees doing the same for 1994’s “Bedtime Stories.”
On May 3, it was Britney Spears’ turn. Her most faithful fans rallied to get the 2016 album “Glory” to the top of the iTunes album rankings, and she thanked them, releasing a video message that acknowledged the weirdness of the chart resurgence and said, “I have no idea what happened, but because of you, I’m having the best day ever.”

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