Troubled singer Britney Spears has a reason to smile again. Her latest album Femme Fatale was released yesterday (March 29) with much fanfare. The good news is that the critics have praised the album to heavens.
The dance pop album, which consisted of 12 tracks, would make her fans and music lovers hit the dance floor. Ian Drew, senior music editor at Us magazine rated the album with a four star. “Femme Fatale is definitely Britney's strongest album overall," MTV quoted Ian Drew as saying. “ The songs speak for themselves; it's unapologetically a great dance pop album," he added.
“It works for her because it shows that she can continue to produce really solid material. This is a totally strong cohesive album," MTV quoted Entertainment Weekly correspondent Adam Markowitz, as saying. He gave the album a solid B+. “There's no looking at this album and not seeing a lot of craftsmanship on it. I think it's a great showcase for her personality and her vocal styles. She sounds really lively on the album," he added.
Britney Spears has come a long way ever since she released her debut album 'Hit Me Baby One More Time', which made her an international star overnight. Since then, he has released albums like 'Oops!...I Did It Again', 'Britney', 'In The Zone', 'Blackout' and 'Circus'. However, she seems to have scaled a new height with her seventh album Femme Fatale, as it has won the hearts of the critics.