‘Hold’ Everything: Britney Spears Made Her Fourth No. 1 a Decade Ago Today

“Hold “seemed like the perfect opening barrage for Britney’s 2010s, and also even like a return of sorts. Not to say she was on a downswing when the Femme Fatale age showed up: her greatest-hits single “3” topped the Warm 100 in 2009 as well as previous album Circus housed yet one more No. 1 in the famous “Womanizer.” Yet with next-gen pop queens Lady Gaga, Kesha as well as Rihanna having actually stolen a lot of the dance-pop limelight with far edgier appearances, it felt like Spears circa 2011 needed a conclusive win ahead of her seventh album in order to establish that– unlike most of her millennial pop peers– she was still here to play and slay.And slay she did. Getting to No. 1(ending up being the 18th tune in Hot 100 background to do so), it also gained Spears the highest launching framework by a lead female musician at the time( in the week dated Jan. 29, 2011); with 411,000 downloads( remember those? )marketed, it easily bested the previous record holder, Taylor Swift’s”Today Was a Fairytale, “which relocated 325,000 devices in 2010. It likewise established Spears nicely for a recurring warm streak, with Femme Fatale covering the Signboard 200 and producing one more ubiquitous early’10s struck with “Till the World Ends,”which reached No. 3 on the Hot 100, as well as the leading 10 “I Wan na Go.” The wins kept rolling throughout 2011, with the Britney Spears remix of Rihanna’s “S&M”coming to be Britney’s 5th Warm 100 topper.In situation your memory is a little hay-ZAY, do on your own&a favor as well as revisit one of Spears ‘trademark singles on

the 10-year anniversary of it dominating the Hot 100.