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AudioBritneyBeats

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  1. okay, but like her tits are already falling out in the commercial just walking. It's not a practical look for dancing.
  2. In Canada, we have a different grading system for Music certifications then in the US and the UK. This is what our certification Legend looks like for Singles & Albums: Albums: Certification For releases before May 1, 2008 For releases after May 1, 2008 Gold 50,000 40,000 Platinum 100,000 80,000 Diamond 1,000,000 800,000 Singles: Physical singles Certification For releases before February 1, 1982 For releases before September 2002 For releases after September 2002 Gold 75,000 50,000 5,000 Platinum 150,000 100,000 10,000 Digital downloads (singles) Certification For releases before January 1, 2007 Until April, 2010 After May 1, 2010 Gold 10,000 20,000 40,000 Platinum 20,000 40,000 80,000 *Note: Because Physical Singles aren't Common, They have now just been pushed into the total with Digital Downloads. Now-a-Days, Physical Copies are mostly "Vinyls" ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ALBUMS: Baby One More Time (1999), 1,000,000; Currently Certified Diamond; Sales/Certification Update is Needed. Oops!...I Did It Again (2000), 500,000; Currently Certified 5x Platinum; Sales/Certification Update is Needed. Britney (2001), 300,000; Currently Certified 3x Platinum; Sales/Certifications Update is Needed. In The Zone (2003), 300,000; Currently Certified 3x Platinum; Sales/Certification Update is Needed. Circus (2008), 240,000; Current Certification is 3x Platinum; Sales/Certification Update is Needed. Blackout (2007), 200,000; Current Certification is 2x Platinum; Sales/Certification Update is Needed. Femme Fatale (2011), 80,000; Current Certification is Platinum; Sales/Certification Update is Needed. The Singles Collection (2009), 40,000; Current Certification is Gold; Sales/Certification Update is Needed. Britney Jean (2014), 40,000; Current Certification is Gold; Sales/Certification Update is Needed. As For Glory, Britney's Latest Album? No word on Official Sales or Certifications yet. SINGLES: 3 (2009), 160,000; Current Certification is 2x Platinum; Sales/Certification Update are Needed. Work B**ch (2013), 80,000; Current Certification is Platinum; Sales/Certification Update are Needed. Make Me... (2016), 40,000; Current Certification is Gold; Sales/Certification Update are Needed. Gimme More (2007), 20,000; Current Certification is Gold; Sales/Certification Update are needed. As For Slumber Party, Britney's Latest Single, and other official singles? Clearly more Sales/Certifications are needing to be done by Sony Music Canada/RCA Records, and Music Canada (Our RIAA/BPI). SOURCE: http://musiccanada.com/
  3. Tbh, Pretty Girls probably would have slayed if it wasn't for Iggy. It really just got so much hate cause of Iggy. Woulda been a Top 10 if it was Brit and Ferbie.
  4. It's under Sony, yes, because Sony owns Britney's catalog. They were the ones who gave the rights to use the songs, through RCA (People ask RCA, RCA asks Sony, not always tho, they can go straight to Sony). and well yah, because it highlights some of best tracks, which aren't necessarily singles. TSC was legit just that, Her Singles, which is not always the best tracks from the album. I also believe TSC was an attempt at pushing digital sales of her previous singles to help bring her into the digital age.
  5. That's not an official in release by Britney's team. It's not even an RCA Release tbh. They just gave an outside company permission to use the songs for their "Best Of" collection for her...with them getting a cut. If you notice, alot of artists have one. I don't even think it sold 10,000k tbh.
  6. Lmfao, and yah, i've been doing it on BreatheHeavy since 2009, and on this site from day one. Mature response though.
  7. Bump! Both Slumber Party and Make Me have entered the 5th Lap of the #VEVOCertified Race - Update comes in April....I may even do it sooner!
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