American singer-songwriter Britney Spears has released nine studio albums, seven compilation albums, three EPs, two greatest hits albums, two remix albums, one scrapped album, nine box sets, two extended plays, forty-two singles (including five as a featured artist), ten promotional singles and eight other charted songs. Written five songs for other artists and made ten appearances on movie soundtracks, other artist albums, and live performances.

Studio AlbumsEdit

...Baby One More Time (1999)Edit



Oops!...I Did It Again (2000)Edit

Oops!... I Did It Again Cover


Britney (2001)Edit



In the Zone (2003)Edit

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Blackout (2007)Edit



Circus (2008)Edit



Femme Fatale (2011)Edit

Femme Fatale


Britney Jean (2013)Edit

Britney Jean


Glory (2016)Edit



Tenth studio album (TBA) Edit

In November 2016, during an interview with Las Vegas Blog, Spears confirmed she had already begun work on her next album, stating: "I’m not sure what I want the next album to sound like. [...] I just know that I’m excited to get into the studio again and actually have already been back recording."

NOTE: Since there's little information surrounding the album, do NOT create any articles about it unless you know it's true. Any false information will be deleted.

Compilation AlbumsEdit

Greatest Hits: My Prerogative (2004)Edit

Greatest Hits My Prerogative


B In The Mix: The Remixes (2005)Edit

My favorite


The Singles Collection (2009)Edit



B In The Mix: The Remixes Vol. 2 (2011)Edit




Box sets Edit

...Baby One More Time/Oops!... I Did It Again: Released in 2002. Features the two albums.

Circus/Blackout: Released in 2010. Features the two albums.

Femme Fatale/Britney Jean: Released in 2015. Features the two albums.

Femme Fatale/Circus: Released in 2012. Features the two albums.

Greatest Hits: My Prerogative/Live and More!: Released in 2008. Features Greatest Hits: My Prerogative and the DVD release of Spears' live album Britney Spears: Live and More!

In the Zone/Britney: Released in 2007. Features the two albums.

In the Zone/Circus: Released in 2013. Features the two albums.

The Singles: Released in 2000. Features Spears' singles released from 1998 to 2000.

Triple Feature: Released in 2012 as part of Sony's Triple Feature series. Features ...Baby One More Time, Oops!... I Did It Again and Britney.

Miscellaneous albums Edit

Underlined albums denote limited releases.

Britney & Kevin: Chaotic (EP): Was the first EP by Spears released in 2005. Spears gave shooting a reality show a try with her then husband/first husband Kevin Federline. A DVD was released of the same name, it featured all the episodes form the reality show and all the songs from the EP. The EP only had 1 single "Someday (I Will Understand)".

Britney Spears: In the Zone: Released to accompany the album the same name.

Key Cuts from Remixed: Released as a CD and 12" Vinyl in order to promote B In The Mix: The Remixes.

Oops! I Did It Again: The Best of Britney Spears: Released as a CD and is available for digital download by Sony Music. It wasn't released in United States for unknown reasons.

Pepsi: Ask For More: A promotional album released during Spears' partnership with Pepsi. Three of the songs from the album have videos: "The Joy Of Pepsi", "Pepsi Generation" and "Right Now (Taste the Victory)".

Pepsi: Dare For More: Released with various artists included on the album including Spears. Released during Spears' partnership with Pepsi. A promotional video was released for the song "We Will Rock You".

Playlist: The Very Best of Britney Spears: Released as a part of Legacy Records' Playlist series. Including many of Spears' hits.

The Essential Britney Spears: Released as a part Legacy Records' The Essentials series. Also including many of Spears' hits.

Songs featuring Spears Edit

Scream & Shout - ft. Britney Spears

S&M (Remix) - Rihanna ft. Britney Spears

Crazy - Kevin Federline ft. Britney Spears

SMS (Bangerz) - Miley Cyrus ft. Britney Spears

Tom's Diner - Giorgio Moroder ft. Britney Spears

Other Tracks: Edit

My Only Wish (This Year)

Ooh La La

Pretty Girls

Unreleased songs Edit

Main article: List of Unreleased Songs

Official Accounts Edit

See also:

B sides and bonus tracks

Songwriting for others

Trivia Edit

  • All but three of Spears' studio albums managed to debut on top the Billboard Hot 200.
  • Blackout and Britney Jean are Spears' only albums not to be promoted by concert tours.
  • All of Spears' discography can be divided into seperate eras (not an album era itself) of her career:
    • Spears' first four albums (...Baby One More Time, Oops!... I Did It Again, Britney and In the Zone) form the Golden era, due to their commercial successes and impact on pop music. Greatest Hits: My Prerogative concludes this era.
    • Spears' scrapped album Original Doll kicks off the short-lived Forbbidden era, due to her label denied its existence, and trying to control Spears' musical image.
    • Blackout starts off the Dark (or the Downfall) era, due to being released during Spears' personal struggles/2007 meltdown, but still managed to be a fan favorite.
    • Circus begins the Revival era, due to succssesfuly reamerged Spears' musical career, both criticaly and commercialy. The Singles Collection concludes this era.
    • Femme Fatale starts the Silver era, due to not living up to the expectations of Circus critically, but was a commercial succsess.
    • Britney Jean concludes the Silver era and starts the Bronze/Second Dark era, due to being a both critical and commercial failure, and having no promotion whatsoever.
    • Glory starts the Second Gold era, due to fans and critics giving it better reviews, and the album doing much better on the Billboard Hot 200 than Britney Jean.
  • Spears has two eponymous albums, Britney and Britney Jean, respectively.
    • ...Baby One More Time was also supposed to be self-titled, tentatively titled Britney Spears. A fanmade version of the album (which features songs from the Baby album) was uploaded by YouTube user bunngo94 in April 2017.
  • Blackout was going to be reissued in early/mid 2009, with four new tracks, remixes, and an album production DVD, but was scrapped by Jive due to the album's history. The reissue eventually evolved into Circus.
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