10 Best Britney Spears Songs

Britney Spears’s songs revolutionized dance-pop music in the ’00s, leaving other competing artists at the time (Christina Aguilera and Jessica Simpson) to ride her coattails.

Britney Spears performed with flight attendant uniforms and schoolgirl outfit, her music videos went epic in MTV’s TRL influence the chart.

With the release of the latest hits like ‘Hold It Again Me,’ we see that diva’s still got. Here are the best Britney Spears songs (so far).

‘I’m A Slave 4 U’

I’m A Slave 4 UWritten and produced by pop duo Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo (known as The Neptunes), this was one of Spears’ first songs moving away from her Unique bouncy pop, to create a more mature contemporary sound.

Her infamous performance of the song at the 2001 VMAs — including a white tiger and a Byrnese python — is deemed by MTV as the most memorable moment in VMA history.

‘(You Drive Me) Crazy’

‘(You Drive Me) Crazy’ is the third single featured in her debut album, ‘…Baby One More Time,’ this hit song was featured in the 1999 film ‘Drive Me Crazy’.

The main starring partner in the  Melissa Joan Hart and Adrian Grenier, who was also included in Spears’ music video. This was Spears’ longest-running video on TRL, staying in the top 10 for 73 days.


‘Circus’ got the no:3 position in Billboard Hot 100 songs list, also sold over 2.4 million copies in the US and got the top 10 best selling single in 11 countries.

Her first performance of our No. 8 Britney Spears song was on ‘Good Morning America’; it was Spears’ 27th birthday.


Critics commented this song ‘Womanizer’ was the replica of the song ‘Toxic’. Even though ‘Womanizer’ accused of Critics review this song got the No:1 place in the Billboard Hot 100 song list.

‘Womanizer’ album succeed commercial hit worldwide and it’s been the comeback song for Britney Spears.

‘…Baby One More Time’

‘…Baby One More Time’ was the debut single of Britney Spears which been the most successive song and this song gives Britney Spears proper recognization in the pop field.

For this song, Britney Spears got Teen Choice Award, Single of the year, MTV Europe Music Award for ‘Best Song’ and of course nominated for ‘Best Female Pop Vocal Performance’ in Grammy Awards.

The Schoolgirl Outfit and Pink Pom-Pom Hair-Ties become trendy and make  Britney Spears a successive teen in this field.


‘Toxic’ single written and produced by Christian Karlsson and Pontus Winnberg. This song compos with dance, techno-pop and bhangra music.

This song released in 2005 by the album ‘In the Zone’. It as reached the No:1 in Billboard Hot 100 song list in UK and Australia, ‘Toxic’ also won the Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording in 2005.


‘Everytime’ song written by Britney Spears and her background vocalist Annette Artani, in this single piano-led the ballad with string instruments was a really different approach. 

This song has a unique style from the rest of the single published in the album ‘In the Zone’.  the lyrics were Questioned by the press, clarifying that the song is about her relationship with ex-boyfriend, Justin Timberlake.

This single made to apologize for the mistakes done by Britney Spears to Justin Timberlake.

‘Gimme More’

‘Gimme More’ got the mixed review from Critics because of the beginning Electro and Funk-sounding. But sill this song reach the 3rd position in Billboard Hot 100 list.

Spear’s Single become the fourth highest-peaking single in the US.

Spear only public performance at the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards which received poor reviews, mostly for her issues with lip-synching and forgetting most of the choreography.


Spears Newest single ‘3’ produced by Max Martin Swedish songwriter and producer.

Who also collaborated with spears with many albums like ‘Oops!… I Did It Again’, ‘If U Seek Amy’ and ‘Stronger’.

‘3’ is even more electropop than ‘Gimme More’ and features bassline and heavier synthesized vocal. She also commented on threesomes.

‘Oops!…I Did It Again’

Included on her same-titled album, our No. 1 Britney Spears rated song reached No. 9 on the US Billboard Hot 100, peaked within the Top Five in all European countries, and produced her one of her most memorable music videos.

 At the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards, Spears’ controversial performance of this song — which also included her cover of The Rolling Stone’s.

What’s Your Favorite Britney Song?

Let us know what would make your list of the best Britney Spears songs. And for some more pop, check out the list of the Best Miley Cyrus Songs.

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