List of songs recorded by Britney Spears

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Spears performing in Europe on the Femme Fatale Tour, 2011

American singer Britney Spears made her chart debut in November 1998 with "...Baby One More Time", which attained global success and reached the top position of every major countries charts. It was followed by the release of her debut studio album, ...Baby One More Time, which opened at number one on the Canadian Albums Chart and US Billboard 200, being later certified fourteen-times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.[1] Spears' second studio album, Oops!... I Did It Again, was released on May 16, 2000, and became the fastest-selling album ever by a female act in the US with 1,319,193 units sold in its opening week.[2] It spawned four singles: "Oops!... I Did It Again", "Lucky", "Stronger", and "Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know". In November 2001, Spears' self-titled album spawned worldwide hit "I'm a Slave 4 U", which is notable for being a musical departure from her previous material.[3] After a two-year break, Spears's fourth studio album, In the Zone, was released in November 2003. The album featured "Me Against the Music", a collaboration with Madonna that reached the top position of the European Hot 100 Singles, and "Toxic", which earned Spears her first Grammy in the category of Best Dance Recording and gained her credibility among critics.[4] Her first compilation album, Greatest Hits: My Prerogative, was released the following year and sold nearly 6 million copies worldwide.[5]

Following her personal struggles through 2007,[6] Spears' fifth studio album, Blackout, was released in October of the same year. Unlike all of Spears' previous albums, Blackout was not heavily promoted through magazine interviews, talk-show appearances or televised performances besides a performance at the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards and was not accompanied by a tour either.[7] Even so, it was able to sell over 3 million units worldwide, spawning hit singles "Gimme More" and "Piece of Me".[5] With the release of her sixth studio album Circus, Spears became the only act in the Nielsen SoundScan era, 1991–present, to have four albums debut with 500,000 or more copies sold in the US.[8] With the releases of "Womanizer" and "Circus", it sold four million copies worldwide.[5] Spears's third compilation album, The Singles Collection, featured her third US number one single, "3". In 2011, she released the song "Hold It Against Me", which made Spears only the second artist in the Billboard Hot 100 chart's 52-year history to debut at number one with two or more songs, just behind Mariah Carey.[9] The track was included on her seventh studio album, Femme Fatale, which debuted at number one in the country.[10] Spears's eighth studio album Britney Jean was released in 2013; it made little commercial impact, received mixed reviews from critics and became the lowest-selling record of her career.

Spears has also written and recorded material that has never been officially released. Several unreleased songs had been planned for inclusion on her studio albums Britney (2001), In the Zone (2003), Blackout (2007), Circus (2008), and Femme Fatale (2011), but were ultimately rejected. There are many registered tracks included under the unreleased section that have not been commercially released, but have gained media attention or were confirmed by Spears herself. Many of her unreleased songs have been registered (usually by her company Britney Spears Music) with professional bodies such as the United States Copyright Office, Broadcast Music Incorporated (BMI), and American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP).[11][12][13]

The pop singer's unreleased material includes songs recorded by Spears and demo versions, some co-written by artists such as Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga. In 1997, Spears recorded "Today", originally meant for Toni Braxton. Snippets of "Rebellion" and "For My Sister" were released on Spears' official website in 2006. She has also co-written and recorded songs that were later given to other artists, such as sister Jamie Lynn Spears, Selena Gomez, and Korean singer BoA. Several of Spears' songs have been leaked onto the Internet without gaining an official release. Some leaks throughout 2010 gained significant attention, including "When I Say So", "Am I a Sinner", "Mad Love", and "Telephone", which had previously been released by Gaga. A collection of songs that leaked on October 6, 2011 received the name of "Britmas".[14]

Spears has sold over 100 million records worldwide and more than 28.6 million digital singles in the United States only, making her one of the best-selling music artists of all time.[15][16][17][18] Billboard ranked her as the 8th overall Artist of the Decade, and also recognized her as the best-selling female album artist of the first decade of the 21st century, as well as the fifth overall.[19][20] The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) also recognized Spears as the eighth top-selling female artist in the United States, with 34 million certified albums.[21] Spears is among the few artists in history to have a number-one single and a number-one studio album in each of the three decades of their career (1990s, 2000s, and 2010s).[22]

Released songs[edit]

Max Martin has written many songs performed by Spears.
will.i.am is a featured artist on "Big Fat Bass", "It Should Be Easy", and featured Britney Spears on Scream & Shout.
"Chillin' with You" features Jamie Lynn Spears.
"Crazy" was performed by Kevin Federline featuring Spears.
Madonna is featured on "Me Against the Music".
Iggy Azalea collaborated with Spears on "Pretty Girls".
"SMS (Bangerz)" is performed by Miley Cyrus featuring Spears.
The song "Tik Tik Boom" features American hip hop recording artist T.I..
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Key
Song released as a single Indicates single release
Indicates song included on an alternative version of the album Indicates song included on an alternative version of the album
Song released as a promotional single Indicates promotional single release
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Indicates song included as a b-side on the single
Title Artist(s) Writer(s) Album Year Ref
"3" [23] dagger Britney Spears Max Martin
Karl Schuster
Tiffany Amber
The Singles Collection 2009 [24]
"Alien" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Ana Diaz
Anthony Preston
Dan Trynor
William Orbit
Britney Jean 2013 [25]
"Amnesia" Britney Spears Fernando Garibay
Kasia Livingston
Circus 2008 [26]
"Anticipating" [27] dagger Britney Spears Britney Spears
Josh Schwartz
Brian Kierulf
Britney 2001 [28]
"Autumn Goodbye" Britney Spears Eric Foster White ...Baby One More Time 1999 [29]
"...Baby One More Time" [30] dagger Britney Spears Max Martin ...Baby One More Time 1999 [29]
"Before the Goodbye" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Brian Transeau
Josh Schwartz
Brian Kierulf
Britney 2001 [28]
"Better" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Julia Michaels
Justin Tranter
Michael Tucker
Glory 2016 [31]
"Big Fat Bass" Britney Spears featuring will.i.am William Adams Femme Fatale 2011 [32]
"Blur" Britney Spears Nathaniel Hills
Stacy Barthe
Marcella Araica
Circus 2008 [26]
"Body Ache" Britney Spears Britney Spears
David Guetta
Giorgio Tuinfort
Luciana Caporaso
Nick Clow
Myah Marie Langston
Anthony Preston
Richard Gonzalez
Jose Luna
Britney Jean 2013 [25]
"Bombastic Love" Britney Spears Max Martin
Rami Yacoub
Britney 2001 [28]
"Born to Make You Happy" [33] dagger Britney Spears Kristian Lundin
Andreas Carlsson
...Baby One More Time 1999 [29]
"Boys" [34] dagger Britney Spears Chad Hugo
Pharrell Williams
Britney 2001 [28]
"Brave New Girl" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Brian Kierulf
Josh Schwartz
Kara DioGuardi
In the Zone 2003 [35]
"Break the Ice" [36] dagger Britney Spears Nathaniel Hills
James Washington
Keri Hilson
Marcella Araica
Blackout 2007 [37]
"Breathe on Me" Britney Spears Stephen Lee
Steve Anderson
Lisa Greene
In the Zone 2003 [35]
"Brightest Morning Star" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Lukasz Gottwald
Sia Furler
Henry Walter
Britney Jean 2013 [25]
"Can't Make You Love Me" Britney Spears Kristian Lundin
Andreas Carlsson
Max Martin
Oops!... I Did It Again 2000 [38]
"Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortés)" Britney Spears Julia Michaels
Justin Tranter
Mattias Larsson
Robin Fredriksson
Glory 2016 [31]
"Chaotic" Britney Spears Christian Karlsson
Pontus Winnberg
Henrik Jonback
Michelle Bell
Britney & Kevin: Chaotic 2005 [39]
"Chillin' with You" Britney Spears featuring Jamie Lynn Britney Spears
William Adams
Anthony Preston
Joshua Lopez
Britney Jean 2013 [25]
"Cinderella" Britney Spears Max Martin
Rami Yacoub
Britney Spears
Britney 2001 [28]
"Circus" [40] dagger Britney Spears Lukasz Gottwald
Claude Kelly
Benjamin Levin
Circus 2008 [26]
"Clumsy" Hash-tag Britney Spears Britney Spears
Talay Riley
Glory 2016 [31]
"Coupure Électrique" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Lance Eric Shipp
Nathalia Marshall
Rachael Kennedy
Glory 2016 [31]
"Crazy" Kevin Federline featuring Britney Spears Bosko Kante
Kevin Federline
G Louriano
DJ Emz
Playing with Fire 2006 [41]
"Criminal" [42] dagger Britney Spears Karl Schuster
Max Martin
Tiffany Amber
Femme Fatale 2011 [32]
"Dear Diary" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Jason Blume
Eugene Wilde
Oops!... I Did It Again 2000 [38]
"Deep In My Heart" Britney Spears Per Magnusson
David Kreuger
Andreas Carlsson
...Baby One More Time 1999 [29]
"Do Somethin'" [43] dagger Britney Spears Christian Karlsson
Pontus Winnberg
Henrik Jonback
Angela Hunte
Greatest Hits: My Prerogative 2004 [44]
"Do You Wanna Come Over?" Hash-tag Britney Spears Sandy Chila
Julia Michaels
Justin Tranter
Mattias Larsson
Robin Fredriksson
Glory 2016 [31]
"Don't Cry" Britney Spears Britney Spears
William Adams
Richard Gonzalez
Joshua Lopez
Britney Jean 2013 [25]
"Don't Go Knockin' on My Door" Britney Spears Max Martin
Rami Yacoub
Jake Schulze
Alexander Kronlund
Oops!... I Did It Again 2000 [38]
"Don't Hang Up" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Brian Kierulf
Josh Schwartz
In the Zone 2003 [35]
"Don't Keep Me Waiting" Britney Spears Rodney Jerkins
Michaela Shiloh
Thomas Lumpkins
Femme Fatale 2011 [32]
"Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know" [45] dagger Britney Spears Robert Lange
Shania Twain
Keith Scott
Oops!... I Did It Again 2000 [38]
"(Drop Dead) Beautiful" Britney Spears featuring Sabi Jeremy Coleman
Joshua Coleman
Ester Dean
Mathieu Jomphe
Benjamin Levin
Femme Fatale 2011 [32]
"E-mail My Heart" Britney Spears Eric Foster White ...Baby One More Time 1999 [29]
"Early Mornin'" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Richard Hall
Christopher Stewart
Penelope Magnet
In the Zone 2003 [35]
"Everybody" Britney Spears Jonathan Rotem
Evan Kidd Bogart
Annie Lennox
Dave Stewart
Blackout 2007 [37]
"Everytime" [46] dagger Britney Spears Britney Spears
Annet Artani
In the Zone 2003 [35]
"Freakshow" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Christian Karlsson
Pontus Winnberg
Henrik Jonback
Ezekiel Lewis
Patrick Smith
Blackout 2007 [37]
"From the Bottom of My Broken Heart" [47] dagger Britney Spears Eric Foster White ...Baby One More Time 1999 [29]
"Gasoline" Britney Spears Lukasz Gottwald
Claude Kelly
Benjamin Levin
Bonnie McKee
Emily Wright
Femme Fatale 2011 [32]
"Get Back" Britney Spears Corte Ellis
Nathaniel Hills
Marcella Araica
Blackout 2007 [37]
"Get Naked (I Got a Plan)" Britney Spears Corte Ellis
Nathaniel Hills
Marcella Araica
Blackout 2007 [37]
"Gimme More" [48] dagger Britney Spears Nathaniel Hills
James Washington
Keri Hilson
Marcella Araica
Blackout 2007 [37]
"Girl in the Mirror" Britney Spears Jörgen Elofsson Oops!... I Did It Again 2000 [38]
"Girls and Boys" Britney Spears Linda Perry In the Zone - EP 2004 [49]
"Hands" [50] dagger Various Artists Justin Tranter
Julia Michaels
BloodPop
non-album single 2016 [50]
"Hard to Forget Ya" Britney Spears Oscar Görres
Ian Kirkpatrick
Brittany Coney
Denisia Andrews
Edward Drewett
Glory 2016 [31]
"He About to Lose Me" Britney Spears Rodney Jerkins
Ina Wroldsen
Femme Fatale 2011 [32]
"Heart" Britney Spears George Teren
Eugene Wilde
Oops!... I Did It Again 2000 [38]
"Heaven on Earth" Britney Spears Michael McGroarty
Nick Huntingto
Nicole Morier
Blackout 2007 [37]
"Hold It Against Me" [51] dagger Britney Spears Max Martin
Lukasz Gottwald
Mathieu Jomphe
Bonnie McKee
Femme Fatale 2011 [32]
"Hold On Tight" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Allan P. Grigg
Britney Jean 2013 [25]
"Hot as Ice" Britney Spears Faheem Najm
Nathaniel Hills
Marcella Araica
Blackout 2007 [37]
"How I Roll" Britney Spears Christian Karlsson
Henrik Jonback
Magnus Lidehäll
Pontus Winnberg
Bonnie McKee
Nicole Morier
Femme Fatale 2011 [32]
"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" Britney Spears Mick Jagger
Keith Richards
Oops!... I Did It Again 2000 [38]
"(I Got That) Boom Boom'" Britney Spears Roy Hamilton
Chyna Royal
Deongelo Holmes
Eric Jackson
In the Zone 2003 [35]
"I Love Rock 'n' Roll" [52] dagger Britney Spears Jake Hooker
Alan Merrill
Britney 2001 [28]
"I Run Away" Britney Spears Josh Schwartz
Brian Kierulf
Britney 2001 [28]
"I Wanna Go" [53] dagger Britney Spears Max Martin
Karl Schuster
Savan Kotecha
Femme Fatale 2011 [32]
"I Will Be There" Britney Spears Max Martin
Andreas Carlsson
...Baby One More Time 1999 [29]
"I Will Still Love You" Britney Spears featuring Don Philip Eric Foster White ...Baby One More Time 1999 [29]
"I'll Never Stop Loving You" Britney Spears Jason Blume
Steve Diamond
...Baby One More Time 1999 [29]
"I'm a Slave 4 U" [54] dagger Britney Spears Chad Hugo
Pharrell Williams
Britney 2001 [28]
"I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" [55] dagger Britney Spears Max Martin
Rami Yacoub
Dido Armstrong
Britney 2001 [28]
"I'm So Curious" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Eric Foster White
Sometimes * 1999 [24]
"(I've Just Begun) Having My Fun" Hash-tag Britney Spears Britney Spears
Michelle Bell
Christian Karlsson
Pontus Winnberg
Henrik Jonback
In the Zone - EP 2004 [49]
Greatest Hits: My Prerogative [44]
"If I'm Dancing" Britney Spears Brandon Lowry
Chantal Kreviazuk
Simon Wilcox
Ian Kirkpatrick
Glory 2016 [31]
"If U Seek Amy" [56] dagger Britney Spears Max Martin
Karl Schuster
Savan Kotecha
Alexander Kronlund
Circus 2008 [26]
"Inside Out" Britney Spears Lukasz Gottwald
Jacob Kasher Hindlin
Mathieu Jomphe
Max Martin
Bonnie McKee
Femme Fatale 2011 [32]
"Intimidated" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Rodney Jerkins
Josh Schwartz
Brian Kierulf
I'm a Slave 4 U * 2001 [24]
"Invitation" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Julia Michaels
Justin Tranter
Nick Monson
Glory 2016 [31]
"It Should Be Easy" Britney Spears featuring will.i.am Britney Spears
William Adams
David Guetta
Giorgio Tuinfort
Nick Rotteveel
Marcus van Wattum
Britney Jean 2013 [25]
"Just Like Me" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Julia Michaels
Justin Tranter
Nick Monson
Glory 2016 [31]
"Just Luv Me" Britney Spears Magnus Hoiberg
Julia Michaels
Daniel Omelio
Glory 2016 [31]
"Kill the Lights" Britney Spears Nathaniel Hills
James Washington
Luke Boyd
Marcella Araica
Circus 2008 [26]
"Lace and Leather" Britney Spears Lukasz Gottwald
Benjamin Levin
Frankie Storm
Ronnie Jackson
Circus 2008 [26]
"Let Me Be" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Josh Schwartz
Brian Kierulf
Britney 2001 [28]
"Liar" Britney Spears Jason Evigan
Breyan Isaac
Nash Overstreet
Danny Parker
Glory 2016 [31]
"Lonely" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Josh Schwartz
Brian Kierulf
Rodney Jerkins
Britney 2001 [28]
"Love Me Down" Britney Spears Evan Bogart
Andrew Goldstein
Jesse Saint John
Jessiva Karpov
Glory 2016 [31]
"Lucky" [57] dagger Britney Spears Max Martin
Rami Yacoub
Alexander Kronlund
Oops!... I Did It Again 2000 [38]
"Make Me..." [58] dagger Britney Spears featuring G-Eazy Britney Spears
Matthew Burns
Joe Janiak
Gerald Gillum
Glory 2016 [31]
"Man on the Moon" Britney Spears Jason Evigan
Ilsey Juber
Marcus Lomax
Brandon Lowry
Phoebe Ryan
Glory 2016 [31]
"Mannequin" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Harvey Mason, Jr.
Rob Knox
James Fauntleroy II
Circus 2008 [26]
"Me Against the Music" [59] dagger Britney Spears featuring Madonna Britney Spears
Madonna
Christopher Stewart
Thabiso Nkhereanye
Penelope Magnet
Terius Nash
Gary O'Brien
In the Zone 2003 [35]
"Mmm Papi" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Henry Walter
Adrien Gough
Peter-John Kerr
Nicole Morier
Circus 2008 [26]
"Mona Lisa" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Teddy Campbell
David Kochanski
Britney & Kevin: Chaotic 2005 [39]
"Mood Ring" Britney Spears Dijon McFarlane
Nicholas Audino
Te Whiti Warbrick
Lewis Hughes
Jon Asher
Melanie Fontana
Glory 2016 [31]
"My Baby" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Guy Sigsworth
Circus 2008 [26]
"My Only Wish (This Year)" Hash-tag Britney Spears Britney Spears
Brian Kierulf
Josh Schwartz
Platinum Christmas 2000 [60]
"My Prerogative" [61] dagger Britney Spears Bobby Brown
Gene Griffin
Edward Teddy Riley
Greatest Hits: My Prerogative 2004 [44]
"Now That I Found You" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Danny O'Donoghue
Giorgio Tuinfort
David Guetta
Frédéric Riesterer
Britney Jean 2013 [25]
"One Kiss from You" Britney Spears Steve Lunt Oops!... I Did It Again 2000 [38]
"Ooh La La" [62] dagger Britney Spears Lukasz Gottwald
Joshua Coleman
Henry Walter
Bonnie McKee
Jacob Kasher Hindlin
Lola Blanc
Fransisca Hall
The Smurfs 2 - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 2013 [63]
"Ooh Ooh Baby" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Kara DioGuardi
Farid Nassar
Eric Coomes
Blackout 2007 [37]
"Oops!... I Did It Again" [64] dagger Britney Spears Max Martin
Rami Yacoub
Oops!... I Did It Again 2000 [38]
"Out from Under" Britney Spears Shelly Peiken
Arnthor Birgisson
Wayne Hector
Circus 2008 [26]
"Outrageous" [65] dagger Britney Spears Robert Kelly In the Zone 2003 [35]
"Outta This World" Britney Spears Nathaniel Hills
James Washington
Keri Hilson
Marcella Araica
Blackout 2007 [37]
"Over to You Now" Britney Spears Guy Sigsworth
Imogen Heap
Robin Carlsson
Alexander Kronlund
Britney & Kevin: Chaotic 2005 [39]
"Overprotected" [66] dagger Britney Spears Max Martin
Rami Yacoub
Britney 2001 [28]
"Passenger" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Thomas Pentz
Sia Furler
Andrew Swanson
Katy Perry
Britney Jean 2013 [25]
"Perfect Lover" Britney Spears Nathaniel Hills
James Washington
Keri Hilson
Marcella Araica
Blackout 2007 [37]
"Perfume" [67] dagger Britney Spears Britney Spears
Sia Furler
Christopher Braide
Britney Jean 2013 [25]
"Phonography" Britney Spears Christian Karlsson
Pontus Winnberg
Henrik Jonback
Balewa Muhammad
Candice Nelson
Ezekiel "Zeke" Lewis
Patrick Smith
Circus 2008 [26]
"Piece of Me" [68] dagger Britney Spears Christian Karlsson
Pontus Winnberg
Klas Åhlund
Blackout 2007 [37]
"Pretty Girls" [69] dagger Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea George Astasio
Jason Pebworth
Jon Shave
Maegan Cottone
Iggy Azalea
Perrie Edwards
Jesy Nelson
Leigh-Anne Pinnock
Jade Thirlwall
non-album single 2015 [70]
"Private Show" Hash-tag Britney Spears Britney Spears
Carla Williams
Tramaine Winfrey
Simon Smith
Glory 2016 [31]
"Quicksand" Britney Spears Stefani Germanotta
Fernando Garibay
Circus 2008 [71]
"Radar" [72] dagger Britney Spears Christian Karlsson
Pontus Winnberg
Henrik Jonback
Balewa Muhammad
Candice Nelson
Ezekiel Lewis
Patrick Smith
Blackout 2007 [37]
Circus 2008 [26]
"Right Now (Taste the Victory)" Hash-tag Britney Spears Brian Kierulf
Josh Schwartz
Stephen Broughton Lunt
Ask For More 2001 [73]
"Rock Boy" Britney Spears Nathaniel Hills
Marcella Araica
Michael Shimshack
Circus 2008 [74]
"Rock Me In" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Greg Kurstin
Nicole Morier
Circus 2008 [26]
"S&M (Remix)" [75] dagger Rihanna featuring Britney Spears Mikkel S. Eriksen
Tor Erik Hermansen
Sandy Wilhelm
Ester Dean
non-album single 2010 [76]
"Scary" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Fraser T Smith
Kasia Livingston
Femme Fatale 2011 [32]
"Scream & Shout" [77] dagger will.i.am featuring Britney Spears William Adams
Jef Martens
Jean Baptiste
#willpower 2012 [78]
"Seal It With a Kiss" Britney Spears Lukasz Gottwald
Max Martin
Bonnie McKee
Henry Walter
Femme Fatale 2011 [32]
"Selfish" Britney Spears Ester Dean
Mikkel S. Eriksen
Tor Erik Hermansen
Sandy Wilhelm
Traci Hale
Femme Fatale 2011 [32]
"Shadow" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Lauren Christy
Scott Spock
Graham Edwards
Charlie Midnight
In the Zone 2003 [35]
"Shattered Glass" Britney Spears Lukasz Gottwald
Claude Kelly
Benjamin Levin
Circus 2008 [26]
"Showdown" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Cathy Dennis
Christian Karlsson
Pontus Winnberg
Henrik Jonback
In the Zone 2003 [35]
"Slumber Party" [79] dagger Britney Spears featuring Tinashe Ari Lehtonen
H. Brown
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Glory 2016 [31]
"SMS (Bangerz)" Miley Cyrus featuring Britney Spears Michael L. Williams II
Marquel Middlebrooks
Sean Garrett
Miley Cyrus
Bangerz 2013 [80]
"Soda Pop" Britney Spears featuring Mikey Bassie Mikey Bassie
Eric Foster White
...Baby One More Time 1999 [29]
"Someday (I Will Understand)" [81] dagger Britney Spears Britney Spears Britney & Kevin: Chaotic 2005 [81]
"Sometimes" [82] dagger Britney Spears Jörgen Elofsson ...Baby One More Time 1999 [29]
"Stronger" [83] dagger Britney Spears Max Martin
Rami Yacoub
Oops!... I Did It Again 2000 [38]
"That's Where You Take Me" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Josh Schwartz
Brian Kierulf
Britney 2001 [28]
"The Answer" Britney Spears Ryan Leslie
Sean Combs
In the Zone 2003 [35]
"The Beat Goes On" Britney Spears Sonny Bono
Eric Foster White
...Baby One More Time 1999 [29]
"The Hook Up" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Christopher Stewart
Thabiso Nkhereanye
Penelope Magnet
In the Zone 2003 [35]
"Thinkin' About You" Britney Spears Mikey Bassie
Eric Foster White
...Baby One More Time 1999 [29]
"Tik Tik Boom" Britney Spears featuring T.I. Britney Spears
Anthony Preston
Onique Williams
Clifford Joseph Harris
Andre Lindal
Damien LeRoy
Joakim Haukaas
Britney Jean 2013 [25]
"Til It's Gone" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Jenson Vaughan
Rosette Sharma
Anthony Preston
David Guetta
Giorgio Tuinfort
William Adams
Britney Jean 2013 [25]
"Till the World Ends" [84] dagger Britney Spears Lukasz Gottwald
Alexander Kronlund
Max Martin
Kesha Sebert
Femme Fatale 2011 [32]
"Tom's Diner" [85] dagger Giorgio Moroder featuring Britney Spears Suzanne Vega Déja Vú 2015 [86]
"Touch of My Hand" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Jimmy Harry
Balewa Muhammad
Sheppard Solomon
In the Zone 2003 [35]
"Toxic" [87] dagger Britney Spears Cathy Dennis
Christian Karlsson
Pontus Winnberg
Henrik Jonback
In the Zone 2003 [35]
"Toy Soldier" Britney Spears Christian Karlsson
Pontus Winnberg
Magnus Wallbert
Sean Garrett
Blackout 2007 [37]
"Trip to Your Heart" Britney Spears Christian Karlsson
Pontus Winnberg
Henrik Jonback
Magnus Lidehäll
Nicole Morier
Sophie Stern
Femme Fatale 2011 [32]
"Trouble" Britney Spears Christian Karlsson
Pontus Winnberg
Henrik Jonback
Balewa Muhammad
Candice Nelson
Ezekiel "Zeke" Lewis
Patrick Smith
Circus 2008 [citation needed]
"Trouble for Me" Britney Spears Fraser T Smith
Heather Bright
Livvi Franc
Femme Fatale 2011 [32]
"Unusual You" Hash-tag Britney Spears Christian Karlsson
Pontus Winnberg
Henrik Jonback
Kasia Livingston
Circus 2008 [26]
"Up n' Down" Britney Spears Karl Schuster
Max Martin
Savan Kotecha
Femme Fatale 2011 [32]
"Walk On By" Britney Spears Jörgen Elofsson
David Kreuger
Stronger * 2000 [24]
"We Will Rock You" Britney Spears, Beyoncé and Pink Brian May Pepsi Music 2004 (Dare For More) 2004 [88]
"What It's Like To Be Me" Britney Spears Justin Timberlake
Wade J. Robson
Britney 2001 [28]
"What You Need" Britney Spears Britney Spears
Carla Williams
Tramaine Winfrey
Simon Smith
Glory 2016 [31]
"What You See (Is What You Get)" Britney Spears Per Magnusson
David Kreuger
Jörgen Elofsson
Rami Yacoub
Oops!... I Did It Again 2000 [38]
"What's Going On" [89] dagger Various Artists Al Cleveland
Renaldo Benson
Marvin Gaye
non-album single 2001 [89]
"When I Found You" Britney Spears Jörgen Elofsson
Dan Hill
Britney 2001 [28]
"When Your Eyes Say It" Hash-tag Britney Spears Diane Warren Oops!... I Did It Again 2000 [38]
"Where Are You Now" Britney Spears Max Martin
Andreas Carlsson
Oops!... I Did It Again 2000 [38]
"Why Should I Be Sad" Britney Spears Pharrell Williams Blackout 2007 [37]
"Womanizer" [90] dagger Britney Spears Nikesha Briscoe
Rafael Akinyemi
Circus 2008 [26]
"Work Bitch" [91] dagger Britney Spears Britney Spears
will.i.am
Otto Jettman
Sebastian Ingrosso
Derek Weintraub
Anthony Preston
Ruth-Anne Cunningham
Britney Jean 2013 [25]
"(You Drive Me) Crazy" [92] dagger Britney Spears Jörgen Elofsson
Per Magnusson
David Kreuger
Max Martin
...Baby One More Time 1999 [29]
"You Got It All" Hash-tag Britney Spears Rupert Holmes Oops!... I Did It Again 2000 [38]

Unreleased songs[edit]

Key
Denotes songs registered with Broadcast Music Incorporated (BMI)
Denotes songs registered with American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
†‡
Denotes songs registered with BMI and ASCAP
*
Denotes songs cited by the singer or leaked songs cited by her producers
‡*
Denotes songs registered with ASCAP and cited by her producers
Song Writer(s) Leak date Era Notes
"911" † Kara DioGuardi
J. R. Rotem
October 6, 2011[93] Blackout
  • Known alternatively as "Nine One One"[94]
  • Published by Bug Music and Southside Independent Music Publishing[94]
"Abroad"[95] Marcella Araica
Danja
Ezekiel Lewis
Patrick M. Smith
Balewa Muhammad
Candice Nelson
October 6, 2011[95] Circus
  • Published by Christopher Matthew Music and Hitco Music[96]
"All That She Wants" Jonas Berggren
Ulf Ekberg
January 24, 2008 Blackout[97]
"Am I A Sinner" Britney Spears
July 28, 2010 Britney
  • Known alternatively as "Tell Me (Am I a Sinner)"
"And Then We Kiss (Original Version)" Britney Spears
Mark Taylor
Paul Barry
September 2011 In the Zone
"Baby Can't You See"* N/A N/A Britney[101]
  • First ballad ever produced by The Neptunes.[101]
  • Written by Pharrell Williams.
"Bring Me Home"* BT N/A Britney[102]
  • Produced by BT.
  • Recorded as "Naivnica na godinata" by Bulgarian singer Preslava
"Burning Up" Madonna
March 24, 2014 Femme Fatale
  • Cover of Madonna's song
  • A remixed version of the song leaked on June 10, 2011
  • Original version leaked on March 24, 2014
  • Spears performed it on the Femme Fatale Tour (2011)[103]
"Can Caper" Samuel Paul Godin N/A Britney
  • Had been scheduled as the theme for a Pepsi commercial starring Spears[104]
  • Published by Audile Productions[105]
"Conscience" Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
Bloodshy & Avant
January 22, 2015 In the Zone[106]
  • Known alternatively as "Conscious"
"Dangerous" Greg Kurstin and Nicole Morier October 6, 2011[93] Circus
  • The song was later given to the Japanese idol group Momoiro Clover Z , to which the song was rewritten under the new name ROCK THE BOAT on the album Hakkin no Yoake
"Disguise My Love" Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
N/A In the Zone
  • Published by Elleganza Music Publishing and Universal Music Corporation[107]
"Downtown"† Kara DioGuardi
J. R. Rotem
N/A Blackout
  • Published by Bug Music and Southside Independent Music Publishing LLC[108]
"Dramatic" N/A April 16, 2010[109] Blackout[110]
"Every Day"†‡ Xandy Barry
Wally Gagel
Britney Spears
October 6, 2011[111] Circus
  • Known alternatively as "Everyday"[111]
  • Published by Britney Spears Music, Laurel Street Music Inc, Production Club Music and Universal Music Corporation[112][113]
"Father's Eyes" Arnthor Birgisson
Christine Ina
N/A N/A
"Fed-Ex" Shakur Green N/A N/A
  • Registered on ASCAP with unknown publishers.[115]
"Follow Me"† Henrik Jonback
Britney Spears
Karlsson Christian Lars
Winnberg Pontus Johan
Bloodshy & Avant
N/A N/A
"Follow My Fingers" Cathy Dennis
Freescha
Nicole Morier
Britney Spears
N/A N/A
  • Published by Britney Spears Music, Hawk Arm Music, Sizzlegodlessgod Music and Universal Music Z Songs[118]
  • Registered in 2010 with the United States Copyright Office[119]
"Forgiven" Shelly Peiken
N/A N/A
"Free" Britney Spears
Cathy Dennis
Guy Chambers
N/A In the Zone
"Get It" Britney Spears
DFA
January 4, 2006[122][123][124][125][126] In the Zone
  • Known alternatively as "Get It, Get It (Get It My Way)"
  • Known alternatively as "I Said"
  • Known alternatively as "Gotta Get It"
"Graffiti My Soul" Brian Higgins
Miranda Cooper
Lisa Cowling
Tim Powell
Peplab
N/A In the Zone[127][128]
"Grow"* Steve Anderson
Lisa Greene
Britney Spears
N/A Blackout[129]
  • Described as an "electro-ballad" by Steve Anderson[129]
  • Published by Universal Polygram International Publishing Inc[130]
"Guilty"† Joseph Belmatti
Cutfather
Balewa Muhammad
Britney Spears
February 22, 2015 In the Zone
  • Known alternatively as "Guilty Kiss"
  • Samples Prince's "Kiss" (1986)[131]
  • A Quentin Harris remix leaked in 2003-04, in radio edit and mixshow form.
  • Published by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corporation|Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp[132][133]
"Hollow" Christian Karlsson
Cathy Dennis
Britney Spears
N/A In the Zone
  • Known alternatively as "Hollow, Man!"
  • Previously registered with EMI[134]
"Hooked On"† Pharrell Williams October 17, 2007[135] Blackout
  • Known alternatively as "Sugarfall"[135]
  • Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc and Songs for Beans[136][137]
"I Have Nothing" * David Foster
Linda Thompson
N/A ...Baby One More Time
"Instant Dejavu" * Rick Nowels
Gregg Alexander
January 31, 2017 [140] In the Zone
  • Leaked on January 31, 2017
"It Feels Nice" Britney Spears
Ryan Leslie
Around 2003 In the Zone
  • Known alternatively as "Sin City"
  • Known alternatively as "Sin City(Punk'D Rap)"
  • Recorded during the 'In the Zone' sessions
"It's Britney Spears Baby"† Wade Robson N/A N/A
  • Published by Wajero Sound[141]
"Just Let Me Go" Evan Bogart
J.R. Rotem
December 2, 2011 Blackout
"Kiss Me All Over"† Sean Garrett
Brian Kidd
October 17, 2007[135] Blackout[135]
  • Known alternatively as "Kiss You All Over"[135]
  • Published by Dollanaire Publishing, Hitco Music and Team S Dot Publishing[143]
"Like I'm Fallin'" Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
N/A In the Zone
  • Known alternatively as "Falling"
  • Published by Elleganza Music Publishing and Universal Music Corporation[144]
"Little Me" Britney Spears April 7, 2006 (snippet)[145] Blackout
  • Known alternatively as "For My Sister"
  • Known alternatively as "To My Sister"
  • Known alternatively as "Just Yesterday"
  • A 59-second snippet leaked on April 7, 2006 via Britney's website
  • Published by Britney Spears Music and Universal Music Z Songs
"Look Who's Talking Now"† Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
Bloodshy & Avant
January 9, 2012[119][146][147] In the Zone[146]
  • Recorded as "Look Who's Talking" on BoA's English debut album BoA (2009)[148]
  • Published by Britney Spears Music and Universal Music Z Songs[147]
  • Registered in 2010 with the United States Copyright Office[119]
"Luv The Hurt Away" Curtis T. Bedeau
Gerard R.Charles
Brian P.George
Lucien J. George
Paul Anthony George
May 7, 2006 ...Baby One More Time
  • Known alternatively as "Love the Hurt Away"
  • Features R&B group Full Force[149]
  • Posted on the Full Force's official website [150]
  • Published by Forceful Music and Universal Music Z Songs[151]
"Mad Love" Britney Spears July 29, 2010[152] Britney
  • Samples Lafayette Afro Rock Band's "Darkest Light"
"Money Love and Happiness"†‡ Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
RedOne
Nanna Kristiansson
April 5, 2012[153] In the Zone
  • Published by Elleganza Music Publishing, EMI Blackwood Music Inc and Universal Music Corporation[154][155]
"My Big Secret"† Chad Hugo
Pharrell Williams
January 1, 2012 (snippet) Femme Fatale
  • Known alternatively as "Secret"
  • A snippet leaked online on January 1, 2012
  • Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc and Songs for Beans[156]
"My Love Was Always There" N/A N/A N/A
  • Song was eventually re-titled and given to Enrique Iglesias who recorded it under the title 'Maybe'.
  • Performed on the Dream Within a Dream Tour 2002.
"Mystic Man" N/A N/A N/A
  • Performed on the Dream Within a Dream Tour 2002.
"Never Lie" Jeff Joseph Dandurand N/A N/A
  • Published by ASCAP[157]
"Ouch" Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
Nanna Kristiansson
April 11, 2012[158] In the Zone
  • Snippet leaked on April 9, 2012
  • Published by Elleganza Music Publishing and Universal Music Corporation[159]
"Peep Show" Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
Larry Gates
April 5, 2012 (snippet) In the Zone
  • A snippet leaked online on April 5, 2012
  • Published by Elleganza Music Publishing and Universal Music Corporation.
"Pleasure You" Anthony Moran
Warren Largosa
Britney Spears
July 4, 2012[160] In the Zone[161]
  • Was stolen and leaked with vocals from former pop singer Don Philip on his Soundcloud account.[162]
  • Known alternatively as "Say What"
"Pull Out"† Sean Garrett
La Marquis Jefferson
Craig D. Love
Jonathan Smith
October 17, 2007[135] Blackout[135]
  • Known alternatively as "When U Gon Pull It"
  • Known alternatively as "Pull It"[135]
  • Published by C Amore Music, Hitco Music, Lil Jizzel Music Publishing, Songs of Universal Inc and Team S Dot Publishing[163]
"Pulse" Joseph Belmatti
Cutfather
Remee
Lorne Tennant
N/A In the Zone
"Rebellion" Jeff Joseph Dandurand June 20, 2006 (snippet) Blackout[166][167][168]
  • Produced by Scott Storch.[169]
  • Full version is confirmed to exist, but is yet to be released/leaked.
"Rockstar" Penelope Magnet
Thabiso Nikhereanye
Britney Spears
Christopher Stewart
October 6, 2011[93] In the Zone
  • Published by 7 Syllables Music, Marchninenth Music, Songs of Peer LTD and Tabulous Music[170]
"Sacred" Britney Spears
Cathy Dennis
Guy Chambers
N/A In the Zone[171]
"She'll Never Be Me" Alex Greggs
Brad Daymond
Britney Spears
Justin Timberlake
Around 2001 Britney
  • A demo version leaked in 2001
  • Official version leaked in 2007
  • Published by Tennman Tunes[172]
"Sippin' On" Penelope Magnet
Thabiso Nikhereanye
Britney Spears
Christopher 'Tricky' Stewart
September 2007 In the Zone[173]
  • Also intended for Blackout (2007) with a commissioned remix featuring rapper AC[173]
  • Known alternatively as "What Ya Sippin On"[173]
  • Original/Official version leaked in September 2011.
  • Published by 7 Syllables Music, Marchninenth Music, Songs of Peer LTD and Tabulous Music[174]
"State of Grace"* Steve Anderson
Lisa Greene
Steve Lee
August 17, 2007 Blackout[99]
  • Known alternatively as "Mystical"
  • Known alternatively as "(Love Is) State Of Grace"
  • Recorded as "Entre Nous Et Le Sol" by Christophe Willem for his second album, Caféine (2009)[99]
  • Published by W B Music Group[175]
"Strangest Love"† Guy Chambers
Brian McFadden
December 25, 2011[176] In the Zone
"Take Off" Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
Bloodshy & Avant
May 21, 2017 In the Zone
  • Published by Elleganza Music Publishing and Universal Music Corporation[179]
  • Leaked on May 21, 2017 by Michelle Bell [180]
"Take the Bait"† Marcella Araica
Nate "Danja" Hills
Ezekiel Lewis
Balewa Muhammad
Candice Nelson
Patrick M. Smith
N/A Circus
  • Published by Christopher Matthew Music and Hitco Music[181]
"Telephone"* Lady Gaga
Rodney Jerkins
May 2, 2010 Circus
  • An early demo of the song leaked on May 2, 2010
  • Another demo of the song featuring both Lady Gaga & Britney Spears was recorded for The Fame Monster (2009) and was also considered for inclusion on The Singles Collection (2009). It leaked on January 6, 2015.
  • Lady Gaga eventually recorded the song replacing Britney Spears with Beyoncé and released it onThe Fame Monster (2009)
"This Kiss" Britney Spears
Nicole Morier
April 29, 2012 Circus
  • A 16-second snippet leaked on April 26, 2012 under the title "Kiss"
  • Full Version leaked on April 29, 2012
  • Published by Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing.
"Tilt Ya Head Back" Nelly
Dorian Moore
Tegemold Newton
Curtis Mayfield
March 22, 2016 (snippet) N/A
  • Nelly recorded the song featuring Britney Spears, but it failed to be included on Sweat (2004)[182]
  • Eventually Nelly recorded the song replacing Britney Spears with Christina Aguilera and released it on Sweat (2004)
  • A 35-second snippet of the version featuring Britney Spears was premiered at Singaporean radio Gold 90.5 the 22nd March 2016
  • Published by Universal Music Corporation
"To Love Let Go"† Tom Craskey
Britney Spears
Devo Springsteen
October 6, 2007 Blackout
  • Known alternatively as "Let Go"[183]
  • Published by Britney Spears Music, Craskey Music, Grown Your Own Music and Universal Music Z Songs[184]
  • Registered in 2008 with the United States Copyright Office[183]
"Today" Darren Wittington N/A ...Baby One More Time
"Unbroken"† Lindy Robbins
Fraser Smith
February 16, 2014 Femme Fatale
"Untitled Lullaby"† William Anderson
Britney Spears
August 23, 2007 Blackout
  • Known alternatively as "Untitled/Lullaby"[183]
  • Known alternatively as "Baby Boy"
  • Published by Britney Spears Music, Delightful Music LTD, Universal Music Z Songs and Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp[189]
  • Registered in 2008 with the United States Copyright Office[183]
  • Contains an instrumental sample of "Feeling Tall" by Crown Heights Affair.
"Weakness" N/A N/A N/A
  • Performed on the Dream Within a Dream Tour 2002.
"Welcome to Me"† Wade Robson
Britney Spears
Carole Bayer Sager
May 11, 2014 Blackout
  • Published by Carol Bayer Sager Music and Wajero Sound[190]
  • A 6-second snippet leaked on October 6, 2011 under the title "Love"
  • Full demo leaked on May 11, 2014
"When I Say So" Brian Kierulf
Britney Spears
Joshua M. Schwartz
BT
July 28, 2010 Britney
  • Produced by BT
  • Also intended for In the Zone (2003)
  • Known alternatively as "Till I Say So"
  • Published by Britney Spears Music, Chrysalis One Songs LLC, Emotech Music, Kierulf Songs, Mugsy Boy Publishing and Universal Music Z Songs.[191]
  • Registered in 2004 with the United States Copyright Office
"Whiplash"†‡ Greg Kurstin
Nicole Morier
Britney Spears
N/A Circus[192]
"Who Can She Trust" Britney Spears N/A Blackout[195]
  • Described by J.R. as 'an introspective composition written solely by Britney. She sings 'Where am I?/Where will I find my face?/Where will I find my faith?' over a snap music hip-hop beat accompanied by the sound of a camera shutter clicking'.[195]
"Wonderland"† Jimmy Harry
Balewa Muhammad
Reza Safinia
Sheppard Solomon
Britney Spears
N/A In the Zone
  • Published by Irving Music[196]
"You Were My Home" N/A N/A N/A
  • Performed on the Dream Within a Dream Tour 2002.

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