One of the year's most eagerly awaited albums, Blackout features the smash hit "Gimme More," which stormed the charts worldwide. Domestically, "Gimme More" ranks #1 on iTunes Store's Top Songs Chart and is the #1 iTunes video. Recently, the song made a meteoric jump from #68 to #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart, where it currently ranks #6. Further, digital single sales abroad are impressive. In the UK this week, "Gimme More" debuts #3 on the iTunes Store's Top Songs chart and holds the top spot in Australia and Canada on iTunes. Overall, the song is a Top 20 hit on the European Top 100 Airplay chart.
For Blackout, Britney collaborated with top-notch producers and songwriters to produce an upbeat album with a nod to past musical influences and an ear toward the future. Fans who tune into The Leak will hear all tracks from the album, including:
"Gimme More," produced by Nate "Danja" Hills
"Piece of Me," produced by the Swedish team Bloodshy & Avant
"Radar," also produced by Bloodshy & Avant
"Break The Ice"
"Heaven On Earth," produced by Freescha and Kara DioGuardi
"Get Naked (I Got A Plan)"
"Hot As Ice"
"Ooh Ooh Baby"
"Why Should I Be Sad"
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