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The Definitive Ranking Of Every Britney Spears Collaboration!


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We are a couple of days away until Britney Spears releases her new single Pretty Girls and the suspense is killing us! While we wait for the single to come out, NYPOST.com created a ranking from best to worst, of artist Britney Spears collaborated with.

While we await the answers, let’s placate ourselves with a trip down memory lane to definitively rank each and every one of Britney’s collaborations — those tracks where another artist is credited with a feature, or Britney is the featured artist. From best to worst, let’s give them a listen — baby, one more time.

1. ‘Me Against the Music’ feat. Madonna

But of course, Britney’s best collaboration is — and likely always will be — with Madonna. The tour-de-force pairing of the Princess of Pop and the Queen of Pop was not only a passing of the baton, it was a genuine feat of musical decadence — a moment in history that can never be repeated.


2. ‘I Got That (Boom Boom)’ feat. the Ying Yang Twins

One of Britney’s most underrated tracks, “Boom Boom” features a down-and-dirty beat that had fans twerking before we even knew what that was.

boom boom

3. ‘Boys’ (The Co-Ed Remix) feat. Pharrell

Before Pharrell was very “Happy,” he was the boy to Brit’s girl in the ultimate ode to hooking up on the dance floor.

boys 1

4. ‘SMS (Bangerz)’ by Miley Cyrus feat. Britney Spears

Britney’s drive-by appearance on the track was fully thanks to the two stars’ shared manager. Regardless, the quirky song is nothing if not original, featuring Britney in rare form as a high-octane scene-stealer.


5. ‘Scream & Shout’ by will.i.am feat. Britney Spears

The most successful of will.i.am and Britney’s dealings smartly employed Britney’s “Gimme More” catchphrase — “It’s Britney, bitch” — and amped it up to the next level.

britney bitch

6. ‘Crazy’ by Kevin Federline feat. Britney Spears

“WHAT?” you exclaim. “Britney had a song with K-Fed?!”

“WHAT?” you exclaim again. “You’ve placed it in the top half of this list?”

Yes, yes, we have. Not to be confused with “(You Drive Me) Crazy,” this song appeared on K-Fed’s iconic 2006 album, “Playing With Fire.” It’s a certifiable jam that would be at home on any Top 40 radio station today.

brintey and kevin

7. ‘Tom’s Diner’ by Giorgio Moroder feat. Britney Spears

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What do you guys think? Do you agree with the Ranking????

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Not at all, but I'm glad that MATM is on TOP :bomt:



One issue how the hell is Toms Diner loosing over Crazy with K Fed....and Bangerz? No I can Not  :lmaolol:



Ummm no taste


ALL OF THESE!!! Like what was this person smoking when they made this list!!???!!! :izudumb: I agree with "Chillin" being around last place but how in the world did "Crazy" with KFED get in the top 10?!?!?! :nonotatall:  Also I'm surprised that they didn't put S&S higher bc it was such a big hit.. also I think TTB, WILTBM, and DDB should have been in the top 10 but whatevs..  :no1curr:

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I can how is Drop Dead Beautiful not in the Top 10?? 



 We need to email and correct these people  :smokeney:


Because it's a flop shit song with too much vocal alteration and a rap about streaming broccoli  :awkwarddd:

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