On 2001's Britney, Britney Spears sang about the struggles of growing up - she wasn't a girl, not yet a woman. But by 2003's In the Zone, she had clearly arrived as the latter. From the ice-blue album cover to its chilling production, In The Zone signaled a more mature direction for Spears as she explored electronic music and hip-hop like never before. And the record's lyrics - which referenced her breakup with Justin Timberlake and pushed back at her critics in the media - celebrated new levels of independence and candor for the singer. Spears' hands-on artistry was rewarded by the public: In the Zone debuted atop the Billboard 200, went double-platinum and introduced some of the most iconic singles of her career
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Britney Spears’ sweat-soaked fourth album celebrates her fully grown status, with Madonna (teasing Brit on the sultry Me Against the Music ) and the Ying Yang Twins (coaxing her crunk side on (I Got That) Boom Boom ) partying in the VIP section. Spears' spellbinding performance on the crystalline, haunting Everytime, meanwhile, shows off her hard-won maturity. In the Zone Britney Spears
For Spears's 2003 album, see In the Zone. Released by Jive Records on April 6, 2004, it accompanied the album of the same name. The DVD contains her ABC concert special Britney Spears: In the Zone, as well as footage from live performances to promote the album. It also includes the music videos for "Me Against the Music" and "Toxic" and their respective episodes of Making the Video, as well as unreleased material, such as several new tracks. Britney Spears: In the Zone was certified two-times platinum by the.
In the Zone is the fourth studio album by American pop singer Britney Spears. It was released worldwide in November 16, 2003, by Jive Records; the album was released two days later in the United States. Spears took more control of the album as she co-wrote 8 of the 12 songs on the album.