List of unreleased songs recorded by Britney Spears

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Spears performing at The Circus Starring Britney Spears tour (2009)

The following songs recorded by American pop singer Britney Spears were not released commercially. Some songs have been given to other recording artists for recording. The list encompasses studio-quality recording by Spears that were not commercially or promotionally released by a reputable label, documented demo versions of songs not released in any form, early demo versions of released songs where there is a substantial difference to the released versions (such as completely different melody), and officially commissioned Spears-related professional remix not chosen for release.

Spears has written and recorded material that has never been officially released. Several unreleased songs had been planned for inclusion on her studio albums ...Baby One More Time (1999), Britney (2001), In the Zone (2003), Blackout (2007), Circus (2008), Femme Fatale (2011), and Glory (2016), 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).[1][2][3]

Spears's unreleased material includes songs recorded by her and demo versions, some co-written by artists such as Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga. In 1997, she recorded "Today", originally meant for Toni Braxton. Snippets of "Rebellion" and "Little Me" were released on Spears's official website in 2006. She has also co-written and recorded songs that were later given to other artists, such as her sister Jamie Lynn Spears, Selena Gomez, and Korean singer BoA. A collection of songs that leaked on October 6, 2011 received the name of "Britmas".[4]

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 mentioned by producers
‡*
Denotes songs registered with ASCAP and cited by her producers
Song Writer(s) Date Album Notes
"911"†[5][6] Kara DioGuardi
J. R. Rotem
October 6, 2011 Blackout
  • Known alternatively as "Nine One One"
  • Published by Bug Music and Southside Independent Music Publishing
"Abroad"[7] Marcella Araica
Danja
Ezekiel Lewis
Patrick M. Smith
Balewa Muhammad
Candice Nelson
October 6, 2011[7] Circus
  • Published by Christopher Matthew Music and Hitco Music[8]
"All That She Wants" Britney Spears
Jonas Berggren
Ulf Ekberg
2008 Blackout[9]
"Am I a Sinner?" Britney Spears
Britney [11]
"And Then We Kiss" Britney Spears
Mark Taylor
Paul Barry
September 2011 In the Zone
  • A "Junkie XL Remix" was officially released on B in the Mix: The Remixes (2005)
  • Recorded as "Ja Siis Ma Teen" by Estonian pop group Slam
  • Original version leaked in September 2011
"Baby Can't You See"* Pharrell Williams Britney[12]
  • First ballad ever produced by The Neptunes.[12]
"Bring Me Home"* BT Britney[13]
  • Produced by BT
"Burning Up" Madonna March 24, 2014
"Can Caper" Samuel Paul Godin
  • Had been scheduled as the theme for a Pepsi commercial starring Spears[15]
  • Published by Audile Productions[16]
"Conscience" Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
Bloodshy & Avant
January 22, 2015 In the Zone[17]
"Dangerous" Greg Kurstin
Nicole Morier
October 6, 2011[6] Circus
"Diary Of" Michelle Bell
Bloodshy & Avant
  • Published by Elleganza Music Publishing and Universal Music Corporation[18]
"Downtown"† Kara DioGuardi
J. R. Rotem
  • Published by Bug Music and Southside Independent Music Publishing LLC[19]
"Dramatic" April 16, 2010[20] Blackout[21]
"Exaholic" February 2, 2021[22] Glory
"Every Day"†‡ Xandy Barry
Wally Gagel
Britney Spears
October 6, 2011[23]
  • Known alternatively as "Everyday"[23]
  • Published by Britney Spears Music, Laurel Street Music Inc, Production Club Music and Universal Music Corporation[24][25]
"Father's Eyes" Arnthor Birgisson
Christine Ina
"Fed-Ex" Shakur Green
  • Registered on ASCAP with unknown publishers.[27]
"Follow Me"† Henrik Jonback
Britney Spears
Karlsson Christian Lars
Winnberg Pontus Johan
Bloodshy & Avant
"Follow My Fingers" Cathy Dennis
Freescha
Nicole Morier
Britney Spears
  • Published by Britney Spears Music, Hawk Arm Music, Sizzlegodlessgod Music and Universal Music Z Songs[30]
  • Registered in 2010 with the United States Copyright Office[31]
"Free" Britney Spears
Cathy Dennis
Guy Chambers
"Get It" Britney Spears
DFA
2006 [33][34]
"Giving It Up for Love" Britney Spears
Kara Dioguardi
Scott Spencer Storch
Robert Waller
  • Published By EMI Music Publishing.[35]
"Graffiti My Soul" Brian Higgins
Miranda Cooper
Lisa Cowling
Tim Powell
Peplab
In the Zone[36][37]
"Grow"* Steve Anderson
Lisa Greene
Britney Spears
Blackout[38]
  • Described as an "electro-ballad" by Steve Anderson[38]
  • Published by Universal Polygram International Publishing Inc[39]
"Guilty"† Joseph Belmatti
Cutfather
Balewa Muhammad
Britney Spears
In the Zone
  • Known alternatively as "Guilty Kiss"
  • Samples Prince's "Kiss" (1986)[40][unreliable source?]
  • Published by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corporation|Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp[41][42]
"Hey Ma" Armando Christian Perez
Jose Balvin
Camila Cabello
Jamie Sanderson
2017
"Higher You Take Me" Dean Hajas Britney
"Hollow" Christian Karlsson
Cathy Dennis
Britney Spears
"Hooked On"† Pharrell Williams
  • Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc and Songs for Beans[46][47]
"I Feel So Free With You" October 28, 2019
"I've Been Loving You Too Long" Otis Redding
Jerry Butler
April 9, 2019 Blackout
"I Have Nothing" * David Foster
Linda Thompson
May 11, 2018 (snippet)
  • Originally recorded by Whitney Houston, and included on the soundtrack album The Bodyguard (1992)[50]
  • Recorded by Spears in 1997, and presented by manager Larry Rudolph to a number of record labels.[51]
  • Spears got signed to Jive Records after singing the song in front of the label's executives.[51]
  • A cassette tape of this song, alongside three more cassette tapes of demos of this era were put on auction on the site "Julien's Auctions"[52]
"I'm Aight" Nadir "RedOne" Khayat
Angela Hunte
Nanna Martorell[53]
In the Zone
"Instant Déjà Vu" * Rick Nowels
Gregg Alexander
[54]
"It's Britney Spears, Baby"† Wade Robson
  • Published by Wajero Sound[55]
"Just Let Me Go" Evan Bogart
J.R. Rotem
December 2, 2011
"King of My Castle" Chris Brann The Singles Collection
  • According to Spears' fan site, the song was recorded during sessions for The Singles Collection.
  • British singer Shayne Ward was added to the song at a later date[57]
"Kiss You All Over"† Sean Garrett
Brian Kidd
October 17, 2007 Blackout[58]
  • Published by Dollanaire Publishing, Hitco Music and Team S Dot Publishing[59]
"Let Me Take You There"† Full Force
Britney Spears
July 9, 2018
  • It was included on a cassette tape labeled "Britney Spears Demos" from November 1997, submitted to various labels by Spears's manager Larry Rudolph. The handwritten list of songs includes "Soda Pop," "From the Bottom of My Broken Heart," "Thinking About You," "Wishing on a Falling Star," "Let Me Take You There," "You Got It All," "Love the Hurt Away," and "Nothing Less than Real".
  • The cassette tape was put on auction on the website Julien's Auctions[60]
"Like I'm Fallin'" Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
  • Known alternatively as "Falling"
  • Published by Elleganza Music Publishing and Universal Music Corporation[61]
"Little Me" Britney Spears
Guy Sigsworth
April 7, 2006 (snippet)[62] Original Doll
  • Published by Britney Spears Music and Universal Music Z Songs
"Look Who's Talking Now"† Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
Bloodshy & Avant
January 9, 2012[31][63][64] In the Zone[63]
  • Recorded and released as "Look Who's Talking" on BoA's English debut album BoA (2009)[65]
  • Published by Britney Spears Music and Universal Music Z Songs[64]
  • Registered in 2010 with the United States Copyright Office[31]
"Love's Supposed 2 Be"* Britney Spears
Cathy Dennis
Rob Fusari
In the Zone
"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[68]
  • Posted on the Full Force's official website[69]
  • Published by Forceful Music and Universal Music Z Songs
"Mad Love" Britney Spears
  • Samples Lafayette Afro Rock Band's "Darkest Light"[11]
"Money, Love and Happiness"†‡ Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
RedOne
Nanna Kristiansson
April 5, 2012[70] In the Zone
  • Published by Elleganza Music Publishing, EMI Blackwood Music Inc and Universal Music Corporation[71][72]
"My Big Secret"† Chad Hugo
Pharrell Williams
January 1, 2012 (snippet) In the Zone
  • Known alternatively as "Secret"
  • Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc and Songs for Beans[73]
"Never Lie" Jeff Joseph Dandurand
  • Published by ASCAP[74]
"Nothing Less than Real"† [58]
  • It was included on a cassette tape labeled "Britney Spears Demos" from November 1997, submitted to various labels by Britney's manager Larry Rudolph. The handwritten list of songs includes "Soda Pop," "From the Bottom of My Broken Heart," "Thinking About You," "Wishing on a Falling Star," "Let Me Take You There," "You Got It All," "Love The Hurt Away," and "Nothing Less than Real."
  • The cassette tape was put on auction on the site "Julien's Auctions"[60]
"Now and Then" Samuel Paul Godin
"Ouch" Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
Nanna Kristiansson
April 11, 2012[76] In the Zone
  • Published by Elleganza Music Publishing and Universal Music Corporation[77]
"Otis Redding Tribute" Cristopher Olsen Notes
"Paradise"†‡ Xandy Barry
Wally Gagel
Britney Spears
  • Published by Laurel Street Music Inc and Production Club Music[79]
"Pleasure You" Anthony Moran
Warren Largosa
Britney Spears
July 4, 2012[80]
  • Was stolen and leaked with vocals from former pop singer Don Philip on his Soundcloud account.[81][unreliable source?]
"Pull Out"† Sean Garrett
La Marquis Jefferson
Craig D. Love
Jonathan Smith
October 17, 2007[58] Blackout[58]
  • Published by C Amore Music, Hitco Music, Lil Jizzel Music Publishing, Songs of Universal Inc and Team S Dot Publishing[82]
  • Known alternatively as "Pull It".[58]
"Pulse" Joseph Belmatti
Cutfather
Remee
Lorne Tennant
"Rebellion" Jeff Joseph Dandurand

Britney Spears

June 20, 2006 (snippet) Blackout[85][86][87]
  • Produced by Christopher 'Notes' Olsen and Scott Storch.[88]
"Red Hot Lipstick" Doug Elkins
Britney Spears
March 13, 2018[89]
  • Produced by Doug Elkins
"Rockstar" Penelope Magnet
Thabiso Nikhereanye
Britney Spears
Christopher Stewart
October 6, 2011[6]
  • Published by 7 Syllables Music, Marchninenth Music, Songs of Peer LTD and Tabulous Music[90]
"Sacred"[91] Britney Spears
Cathy Dennis
Guy Chambers
In the Zone
"She'll Never Be Me" Alex Greggs
Brad Daymond
Britney Spears
Justin Timberlake
Around 2001
  • Published by Tennman Tunes[92]
"Sippin' On" Penelope Magnet
Thabiso Nikhereanye
Britney Spears
Christopher 'Tricky' Stewart
September 2007 In the Zone[93]
  • Also intended for Blackout (2007) with a commissioned remix featuring rapper AC[93]
  • Known alternatively as "What Ya Sippin On"[93]
  • Published by 7 Syllables Music, Marchninenth Music, Songs of Peer LTD and Tabulous Music[94]
"State of Grace"* Steve Anderson
Lisa Greene
Steve Lee
August 17, 2007 Blackout[95]
"Strip"* Britney Spears
Sheppard Solomon
Jimmy Harry
In the Zone[97]
"Stay"* Britney Spears
Sheppard Solomon
Jimmy Harry
In the Zone[97]
  • According to the song's producer Jimmy Harry, it resembles "Ray of Light" by Madonna.[97]
"Strangest Love"† Guy Chambers
Brian McFadden
December 25, 2011[98] In the Zone
"Square One" Tawanna Dabney
Lukasz Gottwald
Ronnie Jackson
Benjamin Levin
"Take Off" Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
Bloodshy & Avant

May 21, 2017[102]

  • Published by Elleganza Music Publishing and Universal Music Corporation[103]
"Take the Bait"† Marcella Araica
Nate "Danja" Hills
Ezekiel Lewis
Balewa Muhammad
Candice Nelson
Patrick M. Smith
  • Published by Christopher Matthew Music and Hitco Music[104]
"Telephone"* Lady Gaga
Rodney Jerkins
Circus
  • Gaga eventually recorded the song replacing Spears with Beyoncé and released it on her studio album The Fame Monster (2009)
"This Kiss" Britney Spears
Nicole Morier
April 29, 2012 Circus

[105]

"Tilt Ya Head Back" Nelly
Dorian Moore
Tegemold Newton
Curtis Mayfield
June 24, 2021 Sweat
  • Nelly recorded the song featuring Britney Spears, but it failed to be included on his studio album Sweat (2004)[106]
  • Eventually, Nelly recorded the song replacing Spears with Christina Aguilera and released it on Sweat (2004)
"To Love Let Go"† Tom Craskey
Britney Spears
Devo Springsteen
  • Known alternatively as "Let Go"[107]
  • Published by Britney Spears Music, Craskey Music, Grown Your Own Music and Universal Music Z Songs[108]
  • Registered in 2008 with the United States Copyright Office[107]
"Today" Darren Wittington
"Unbroken"† Lindy Robbins
Fraser T. Smith
February 16, 2014 Femme Fatale
"Untitled Lullabye"† William Anderson
Britney Spears
August 23, 2007 Blackout
  • Known alternatively as "Untitled/Lullaby"[107]
  • Published by Britney Spears Music, Delightful Music LTD, Universal Music Z Songs and Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp[113]
  • Registered in 2008 with the United States Copyright Office[107]
"Untouchable"† Ameen LaShawn Daniels
Freddie Jerkins
Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins
Kenneth Pratt
Britney Spears
"Welcome to Me"† Wade Robson
Britney Spears
Carole Bayer Sager
May 11, 2014
  • Published by Carol Bayer Sager Music and Wajero Sound[115]
"Wishing on a Falling Star"† [58]...Baby One More Time
  • It was included on a cassette tape labeled "Britney Spears Demos" from November 1997, submitted to various labels by Britney's manager Larry Rudolph. The handwritten list of songs includes "Soda Pop," "From the Bottom of My Broken Heart," "Thinking About You," "Wishing on a Falling Star," "Let Me Take You There," "You Got It All," "Love The Hurt Away," and "Nothing Less than Real."
  • The cassette tape was put on auction on the site "Julien's Auctions"[60]
"When I Say So" Brian Kierulf
Britney Spears
Joshua M. Schwartz
BT
  • 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.[116][11]
  • Registered in 2004 with the United States Copyright Office
"Where They From" Melissa Elliott
Pharrell Williams
"Whiplash"†‡ Greg Kurstin
Nicole Morier
Britney Spears
Circus[118]
"Who Can She Trust?" Britney Spears Blackout[121]
  • Described by J.R. as an introspective composition written solely by Spears. 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.[121]
"Wonderland"† Jimmy Harry
Balewa Muhammad
Reza Safinia
Sheppard Solomon
Britney Spears
In the Zone
  • According to songwriter Jimmy Harry, it has an electronic sound.[97]
  • Published by Irving Music[122]
"Work It" Clement Bozewski
Melissa Elliott
Deborah Harry
Darryl Matthews Mc Daniels
Joseph Ward Simmons
Paul Simmons
Cristopher Stein

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