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This page is an accurate list of all songs recorded and pitched but not officially released by Britney. Some of them are available online, while others are still unheard of by the general public.

This page is currently into a rework, please do not revert or remove anything while this is happening.

Notes

  • DO NOT ADD any song uploaded by YouTube channels "Temptation" and "Demo Rejects", as they upload fake leaks in order to misinform people.
  • DO NOT ADD "Integrity" as an era, that's one of the working names for Blackout, as well as the same songs.
  • DO NOT ADD songs without a reliable source or information.
  • DO NOT ADD songs registered on repertoire sites (ASCAP / BMI) that does not credit Britney Spears as being part of it (performer or writer). Unless there is something that confirms that these songs were for Britney, the respecive songs can be for other people.
    • Having people that has worked a lot with Britney is not confirmation

Conventional signs:

  • Song - This song was registered or/and confirmed to exist but it has not leaked.
  • Song - This song has been leaked with Spears vocals.
  • Song - This song has been leaked with a demo singer vocals.
  • Song - This song has been performed or used live.

...Baby One More Time era
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Title Songwriters Producers Leak Date Notes Status
I Have Nothing David Foster
Linda Thompson
N/A N/A
  • Cover of the Whitney Houston song of the same name
  • Britney recorded the song in 1997 and got signed to Jive Records after the label's executives heard her version.[1]
Unreleased
It's Britney Spears, Baby Wade Robson Wade Robson N/A
  • Used during performance remixes on her earlier tours alongside ...Baby One More Time.
  • It was intended to be on her debut album but was scrapped for unknown reasons.
Performed live
Let Me Take You There Britney Spears
Full Force
Full Force July 9, 2018
  • Leaked from an old demo cassette from 1997 on July 9, 2018.[2]
Leaked
Luv the Hurt Away Britney Spears
Full Force
Full Force May 7, 2006
  • The song was released on the producer website on May 7, 2006.[3]
  • It is rumored that a version with Don Philips was also recorded, but it has not leaked.
Leaked
Nothing Less Than Real N/A N/A N/A
  • It was included on a cassette tape labelled "Britney Spears Demos" from November 1997, submitted to various labels by Britney's manager Larry Rudolph.
  • The cassette tape was put on auction on the site "Julien's Auctions" on May 3, 2018, and sold by $2,560 on May 19, 2018.[2]
Unreleased
Today Darren Wittington N/A N/A
  • Originally recorded by Toni Braxton for her second album "Secrets" but it did not make into the final tracklist.
  • Britney recorded her version of the song in 1997, which was produced by Darren Whittington, and presented by manager Larry Rudolph to a number of record labels.
Unreleased
Wishing On A Falling Star N/A N/A N/A
  • It was included on a cassette tape labelled "Britney Spears Demos" from November 1997, submitted to various labels by Britney's manager Larry Rudolph.
  • The cassette tape was put on auction on the site "Julien's Auctions" on May 3, 2018, and sold by $2,560 on May 19, 2018.[2]
Unreleased
Unknown Eric Foster White Eric Foster White N/A
  • The song was later given and recorded by Jessica Simpson.
  • Eric Foster produced about 9 songs in total.
Unknown

Oops!...I Did It Again era
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Title Songwriters Producers Leak Date Notes Status
Asking for Trouble N/A Per Magnusson
David Kreuger
Rami Racoub
N/A
  • It is rumoured that it was supposed to be released as a single
  • It is also rumored that Britney played this track to friends in Louisiana in late 1999, who said she played a total of 3 songs that were not released.
Unreleased
Back Home N/A N/A N/A
  • Rumored to have a country vibe which Britney did not thought it would have fitted in the album.
  • Rumored that Britney played this track to friends in Louisiana in late 1999, who said she played a total of 3 songs that were not released.
Unknown
He Loves U Not Steve Kipner
David Frank
Pamela Sheyne
Steve Kipner
David Frank
N/A
  • Originally written for Britney but was rejected and not recorded.
  • It was later given to the girl band Dream for their album "It Was All a Dream".
Not recorded
What You See Is What You Get Michael Cottrill
Lawrence Wnukowski
Michael Cottrill
Lawrence Wnukowski
N/A
  • Submitted on late 1999 for a possible inclusion on an album.
  • Cottrill and Wnukowski would later sue Spears label regarding the similar titled song “What U See (Is What U Get)” claiming it was the same tune as their rejected song. The case was dissmissed as there were not enough proof regarding both songs being similar.[4]
Not recorded
Unknown N/A Shanks & Bigfoots N/A
  • Two tracks produced by Shanks & Bigfoots, whose titles are unknown.
Unknown

Britney era
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Title Songwriters Producers Leak Date Notes Status
Am I a Sinner N/A Riprock
Alex G
July 28, 2010 N/A Leaked
Baby Can't You See Pharrell Williams The Neptunes N/A
  • Described as a beautiful folk-ballad.[5]
Unreleased
Bring Me Home Brian Kierulf
Joshua Schwartz
BT N/A
  • Confirmed in 2001 by Britney herself during a press interview. She said it was her favorite song off the album and that it had an organic/rock vibe, described as a “short acoustic interlude”...[6]
Unreleased
Can Carper Samuel Paul Godin N/A N/A
  • Had been scheduled as the theme for a Pepsi commercial starring Spears.[7]
Unreleased
Mad Love Britney Spears Riprock
Alex G
July 29, 2010
  • It samples Lafayette Afro Rock Band's Darkest Light.[8]
Leaked
My Big Secret Chad Hugo
Pharrell Williams
The Neptunes N/A
  • Also offered and recorded by Janet Jackson.
Unreleased
My Love Was Always There Kara DioGuardi
Steve Morales
Mark Taylor
Steve Morales
N/A
  • It was performed on Dream Within a Dream Tour.
  • The song was later re-titled and given to Enrique Iglesias, who recorded it under the title "Maybe".
Performed live
Popstar Johan Ekhé
Ulf Lindström
Remee
Robyn
Douglas Carr
Martin Hedström
N/A
  • It was later given to the singer Sita, which released it on her album "Come with Me".
Not recorded
Purple Rain Prince N/A N/A
  • Prince cover
Unknown
She'll Never Be Me Alex Greggs
Brad Daymond
Britney Spears
Justin Timberlake
Riprock & Alex G 2008
  • An Australian radio station leaked a part of the song in 2001. The complete version leaked online in 2008.
  • It is published by Tennman Tunes on ASCAP.[9]
Leaked
When I Say So: Brian Kierulf
Britney Spears
Joshua M. Schwartz
BT July 28, 2010
  • Described by BT as an "upper-mid-tempo new-school break-beat track, with guitars and live drums."
Leaked
Whole Again Andy McCluskey
Stuart Kershaw
Jem Godfrey
Bill Padley
N/A N/A
  • It was an intended cover of the Atomic Kitten song.
  • It was never recorded as the original singer rejected the request to cover it.[10]
Not recorded

In the Zone era
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Title Songwriters Producers Leak Date Notes Status
Beautiful Linda Perry Linda Perry N/A
  • Later given and released by Christina Aguilera on her album "Stripped"
Not recorded
Crazy Things Michelle Bell N/A N/A
  • First recorded by the group Melodi Brown.
Not recorded
Conscious Britney Spears
Michelle Bell
Bloodshy & Avant
Bloodshy & Avant January 22, 2015[11] N/A Leaked
Disguise My Love Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
N/A TBD
  • Originally pitched to and recorded by Melodi Brown
Unreleased
Get It Britney Spears
DFA
DFA January 4, 2006 N/A Leaked
Grafitti My Soul Brian Higgins
Miranda Cooper
Lisa Cowling
Tim Powell
Peplab
Xenomania N/A
  • Contains a sample from Peplab's "It's Not the Drug".
  • Later recorded by Girls Aloud for their second album "What Will the Neighbours Say?".
  • Cheryl of Girls Aloud described Britney's version as "strange" and undermixed.
Unreleased
Guilty Joseph Belmatti
Cutfather
Balewa Muhammad
Britney Spears
Cutfather & Joe February 22, 2015
  • Known alternatively as "Guilty Kiss"
  • It samples Prince's "Kiss" (1986).[12]
  • A Quentin Harris remix leaked in 2003-04, in radio edit and mixshow form.
Leaked
Hollow Christian Karlsson
Cathy Dennis
Britney Spears
Bloodshy & Avant N/A N/A Unreleased
I've Seen All Good People Jon Anderson
Chris Squire
N/A N/A
  • Yes cover
  • Reported by The New York Post on 2002.[13]
Unknown
Instant Deja Vú Rick Nowels
Gregg Alexander
Rick Nowels
Gregg Alexander
January 31, 2017 N/A Leaked
It Feels Nice Britney Spears
Ryan Leslie
Ryan Leslie September 4, 2004
  • Re-worked version of the rap Britney performed on her 1999 tour and during her 2003 'Punk'd' appearance.
Leaked
It's My Life (Forget the Nine to Five) Michelle Escoffery
Hendrik Jonback
Bloodshy & Avant
Bloodshy & Avant N/A
  • Pitched by Michelle Escoffery
Unreleased
Like I'm Fallin' Britney Spears
Michelle Bell
Bloodshy & Avant N/A N/A Unreleased
Look Who's Talking Now Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
Bloodshy & Avant
Bloodshy & Avant January 9, 2012
  • The instrumental was re-used from "Burn", a 2002 demo performed by Lisa Greene for Sarah Whatmore.
  • The song was later recorded and released as "Look Who's Talking" by BoA's on her 2009 self-titled english debut album.
Leaked
Love's Supposed 2 Be Britney Spears
Cathy Dennis
Rob Fusari
Rob Fusari N/A
  • Mentioned by Rob Fusari on 2003.[14]
Unreleased
Milkshake Pharrell Williams
Chad Hugo
The Neptunes N/A
  • Later given to and released by Kellis for her album "Tasty"
Not recorded
Money, Love and Happiness Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
RedOne
Nanna Kristiansson
RedOne April 5, 2012 N/A Leaked
Need You Tonight Andrew Farriss
Michael Hutchence
Fred Drust N/A
  • INXS cover
  • Mentioned on the issue #921 of Rolling Stone
Unreleased
Ouch Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
Nanna Kristiansson
N/A April 11, 2012 N/A Leaked
Outta Here Karen Poole
Bloodshy & Avant
Bloodshy & Avant N/A N/A Not recorded
Peep Show Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
Larry Gates
N/A April 5, 2012 N/A Unreleased
Phony Lullaby Cathy Dennis
Bloodshy & Avant
Henrik Jonback
Bloodshy & Avant TBD
  • Written by Cathy Dennis as an answer to Justin Timberlake song "Cry Me a River".
  • The song was rejected by the label but the instrumental was later used on other songs with certain differences.
  • The song original instrumental and lyrics were later given to Rachel Stevens, who released it as "Sweet Dreams My LA Ex" for her album "Funky Dory".
Not recorded
Pleasure You Anthony Moran
Warren Largosa
Britney Spears
Anthony Moran
Warren Largosa
July 4, 2012
  • Stolen by pop singer Don Philip, which leaked a modified version of the song with his vocals.
  • The song is also believed to be considered for Femme Fatale.
"Leaked"
Pop Culture Whore Cristopher Stewart
Penelope Magnet
Cristopher Stewart N/A
  • Rejected by Britney Spears herself because "it sucked"[15]
Not recorded
Pulse Joseph Belmatti
Cutfather
Remee
Lorne Tennant
Cutfather & Remme N/A
  • Later given to and released by the group Brother+Sister for their album "Sonny vs. Gigi"
Unreleased
Rockstar Penelope Magnet
Thabiso Nikhereanye
Britney Spears
Christopher Stewart
Cristopher Stewart October 6, 2011 N/A Leaked
Sacred Britney Spears
Cathy Dennis
Guy Chambers
Guy Chambers N/A N/A Unreleased
Shine Britney Spears
Annet Artani
N/A N/A
  • The lyrics was not finished and thus, was not recorded.
  • Annet Artani mentioned that the song is about Britney sister "Jamie Lynn Spears"
Not recorded
Sippin' On Penelope Magnet
Thabiso Nikhereanye
Britney Spears
Christopher Stewart
Christopher Stewart September 2007
  • It was later intended for "Blackout" with a commissioned remix featuring rapper AC.
Leaked
Spin the Record Michelle Bell
Bloodshy & Avant
Bloodshy & Avant N/A
  • Originally recorded by the group Melodi Brown
Unreleased
Stay Britney Spears
Sheppard Solomon
Jimmy Harry
Sheppard Solomon N/A
  • Confirmed by him in the June 2003 issue of “Music Week”. He described it saying it “sounds like Massive Attack meets Coldplay meets Britney".
Unreleased
Strangest Love Guy Chambers
Brian McFadden
Guy Chambers December 25, 2011 N/A Leaked
Strip Britney Spears
Sheppard Solomon
Jimmy Harry
Jimmy Harry
Shep Solomon
N/A
  • Removed from the final track listing as the song title was similar to the name of Christina Aguilera's album "Stripped"
  • Said to be Spears and her manager Larry Rudolph's favourite song at the time[16]
Unreleased
Take Off Michelle Bell
Britney Spears
Bloodshy & Avant
Bloodshy & Avant May 21, 2017
  • Seems to re-use the instrumental from "Phony Lullaby", a demo by Cathy Dennis that was also pitched for Britney.
  • Michelle Bell released the demo on her YouTube channel on May 21, 2017.
Leaked
Tilt Ya Head Back Nelly
Dorian Moore
Tegemold Newton
Curtis Mayfield
Doe Mo' Beats June 24, 2021
  • Intended for Britney Spears as a feature with recording artist Nelly but was later replaced with Christina Aguilera due to Jive Records thinking the song was "too urban" for Britney.[17]
  • A snippet premiered on a Singaporean radio station on March 22, 2016.
Leaked
Top-Billing Love Karen Poole
Bloodshy & Avant
Bloodshy & Avant TBD
  • The instrumental is an edited version of the one used on "Phony Lullaby", a demo by Cathy Dennis that was also pitched for Britney.
  • The instrumental of this version was later re-used for Brooke Valentine "Blah Blah Blah" and for Kpop groups f(x) and Girls Generation "Chocolate Love".
Not recorded
Under The Pressure Michelle Bell
Bloodshy & Avant
Bloodshy & Avant N/A
  • Originally recorded by the group Melodi Brown
Unreleased
Untouchable Ameen LaShawn Daniels
Freddie Jerkins
Rodney Jerkins
Kenneth Pratt
Britney Spears
Cristopher Stewart N/A N/A Unreleased
Welcome to Me Wade Robson
Britney Spears
Carole Bayer Sager
Wade Robson May 11, 2014 N/A Leaked
Wonderland Jimmy Harry
Balewa Muhammad
Reza Safinia
Sheppard Solomon
Britney Spears
Bloodshy & Avant N/A
  • According to songwriter Jimmy Harry, it has an electronic sound.
Unreleased
You Were My Home N/A N/A N/A
  • Britney performed it once in 2002 during The Dream Within A Dream Tour.
  • Reworked and recorded for "In The Zone".
Performed live

Original Doll era

Aside of Mona Lisa (which is not listed here because it was officially released), no official songs were confirmed for this album. The two songs mentioned here are most likely to have belonged to this project due to the tracks being mentioned during or to have been recorded around the time by an official source. DO NOT ADD unconfirmed songs.

Title Songwriters Producers Leak Date Notes Status
Diary Of... Michelle Bell
Bloodshy & Avant
Bloodshy & Avant May 22, 2017
  • The demo performed by Michelle Brown was released by her on May 22, 2017.
Unreleased
The Fugitive N/A Bloodshy & Avant N/A
  • Britney was photographed holding a CD with ‘The Fugitive’ written on it while on tour in Spain in May 2004.
Unreleased

Blackout era
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Title Songwriters Producers Leak Date Notes Status
911 Kara Dioguardi
J. R. Rotem
Kara Dioguardi
J. R. Rotem
October 6, 2011
  • Known alternatively as "Nine One One"
  • Featured on the Blackout Demo CD
Leaked
Afterglow Lisa Greene
Steve Anderson
Steve Lee
Steve Anderson N/A
  • Later released by Steve Anderson and Lisa Greene under the names Couture and Rachell for the compilation album "Global Underground Afterhours 5"[18]
Not recorded
All That She Wants' Britney Spears
Jonas Berggren
Ulf Ekberg
J.R. Rotem 2008
  • The chorus samples Ace of Base's 1993 song "All That She Wants"[19]
  • The verses are taken from a poem called "Remembrance of Who I Am", written by Spears in 2006[20]
Leaked
All in the Name of Love J.R. Rotem J.R. Rotem N/A
  • Later given and released by Mýa on her album "Liberation"
Not recorded
All The Way Dr. Luke
Cathy Dennis
Jack Splash
Dr. Luke N/A
  • First song Britney and Dr. Luke worked together.
  • Dr. Luke described this song as a “feel good, upbeat song” in an issue of US Weekly.
Unreleased
Battle Of the Sexxxes Justin Timberlake
Timbaland
Justin Timberlake
Timbaland
2016
  • Intended as a duet with Britney but she did not recorded it
  • Demo pitch performed solely by Justin Timberlake
  • Britney is mentioned on the leaked producer's demo
Not recorded
Better in Time Andrea Martin
J.R. Rotem
J.R. Rotem N/A
  • Later given and released by Leona Lewis for her album "Spirit"
Unreleased
Boyfriend T-Pain N/A
  • Later given and released by Asia Cruise for her shelved album "Who is Asia Cruise?"
Unreleased
Brave Candice Nelson
Ezekiel Lewis
Patrick Smith
Balewa Muhammad
Bloodshy & Avant N/A
  • Demo pitch performed by Candice Nelson
  • Later given and released by Jennifer Lopez for her album "Brave"
Not recorded
Catch Me If U Can N/A Danja N/A
  • Featured on the Blackout Demo CD
Unreleased
Chatter N/A Christopher "Notes" Olsen N/A
  • One of the tracks that Britney made with producer Christopher Notes for Blackout, the demo existed online but disappeared from the internet
Unreleased
Confessional N/A Pete Martin N/A
  • Later given and released by Bryan Rice for her album "Confessional"
Not recorded
Crucify Me N/A J.R. Rotem N/A
  • A producer's demo leaked on May 10, 2019
  • Featured on the Blackout Demo CD as "Crucified"
Unreleased
Double Trouble

Eritza Laues Lil Eddie Seebach & Seebach • Demo pitch performed by Eritza Laues for the album Not Recorded
Dramatic N/A Damon Eliott April 16, 2010
  • In March 2008, a duet version with Heidi Montag was sent to Ryan Seacrest, who premiered it on his show On Air with Ryan Seacrest. Both Jive Records and Montag's representatives denied having knowledge of the recording.
Leaked
Fed-Ex Shakur Green N/A N/A
  • Registered on ASCAP
Unreleased
Good Girl Gone Bad Mikkel Storleer Eriksen
Tor Erik Hermansen
Ne-Yo
The-Dream
Stargate N/A
  • Demo pitch performed by Ne-Yo
  • Later given to and released by Rihanna for her album "Good Girl Gone Bad"
Not recorded
Grow Steve Anderson
Lisa Greene
Britney Spears
Steve Anderson N/A
  • Described as an "electro-ballad" by Steve Anderson[21]
Unreleased
Happily Never After Ne-Yo
Shea Taylor
Shea Taylor N/A
  • Demo pitch performed by Ne-Yo
  • Later given to and released by The Pussycats Dolls for their album "Doll Domination"
  • Also pitched to Backstreet Boys and Nicole Scherzinger (as a solo act)
Not recorded
Hooked On Pharrell Williams The Neptunes October 17, 2007
  • Features Pharrell Williams
  • Known alternatively as "Sugarfall"
Leaked
Impossible Shea Taylor
Ne-Yo
Shea Taylor N/A
  • Demo pitch performed by Ne-Yo
  • Later given to and released by Tiffany Evans on her 2008 self-titled album
Not recorded
Just Let Me Go Evan Bogart
J.R. Rotem
J.R. Rotem December 2, 2011
  • Known alternatively as "Love 2 Love U".
  • Samples "La Isla Bonita" by Madonna.
  • The instrumental was later given and used by The Cheetah Girls for their song "Fuego".
Leaked
Kiss Me All Over Sean Garrett
Brian Kidd
Sean Garrett
Brian Kidd
October 17, 2007 N/A Leaked
Little Me N/A N/A N/A
  • Also known as "For My Little Sister..."
Unreleased
Lights Out J.R. Rotem
Corte Elli
Kara DioGuardi
ZuKhan
Emanuel Kiriakou
J.R. Rotem N/A
  • Later given to and released by Tynisha Keli for her album "The Chronicles Of TK"
Unknown
Lullabye J.R. Rotem
Corte Ellis
Kara DioGuardi
J.R. Rotem
  • Later given to and released by Tynisha Keli fot her album "The Chronicles of TK"
Night Life Lil Eddie Cutfather
Jonas Jeberg
TBD
  • Later given to and released by Anya May
Not recorded
One of a Kind T-Pain T-Pain N/A N/A Unreleased
Paparazzi Chasity Nwagbara
Tréshon Jenkinz
OAK 2009
  • Demo pitch performed by Chasity Nwagbara
Not recorded
Pull Out
Sean Garrett
La Marquis Jefferson
Craig D. Love
Jonathan Smith
Sean Garrett
Lil Jon
October 17, 2007
  • Featured on the Blackout Demo CD
Leaked
Question Existing Ne-Yo
JAY-Z
Shea Taylor
Makeba Riddick
Ne-Yo
Shea Taylor
N/a
  • Demo pitch performed by Ne-Yo
  • Later given to and recorded by Rihanna for her album "Good Girl Gone Bad"
  • Also pitched to Danity Kane
Not recorded
Rebellion Jeff Joseph Dandurand Cristopher Olsen
Scott Storch
N/A
  • Featured on the Blackout Demo CD
Unreleased
Red Carpet Sean Garrett Swizz Beatz N/A N/A Unreleased
Red Hot Lipstick Britney Spears
Doug Elkins
Doug Elkins March 13, 2018
  • Features the rapper Noterock
  • Released by Doug Elkins on his Bandcamp on March 13, 2018
Leaked
See My Side Robyn
Klas Åhlund
Pontus Winnberg
Bloodshy
Bloodshy & Avant
Klas Åhlund
N/A
  • Demo pitch performed by Robyn
  • Later given to and recorded by Jordin Sparks for her 2007 self-titled album.
Not recorded
Sexify Storm Lee Gardner
Lisa Greene
Steve Anderson
Steve Anderson TBD
  • Demo pitch performed by Lisa Greene
Not recorded
Shy Boy Klas Åhlund
Henrik Jonback
Bloodshy & Avant
Bloodshy & Avant N/A
  • Later given to and recorded by Jordin Sparks for her 2007 self-titled album.
Not recorded
Someone Britney Spears N/A N/A N/A Unreleased
State of Grace Steve Anderson
Steve Lee
Lisa Greene
Steve Anderson August 17, 2007
  • Featured on the Blackout Demo CD
  • A demo pitch performed by Lisa Greene leaked on an unknown date
  • Later given to and released by Christophe Willem for his album "Caféine"
Leaked
Supersensual Steve Anderson
Steve Lee
Lisa Greene
Steve Anderson TBD
  • Demo pitch performed by Lisa Greene
  • Later given to and released by Natalie Bassingthwaighte
  • Also pitched to Holly Valance and Kylie Minogue.
Not recorded
The Face Britney Spears
J.R. Rotem
J.R. Rotem N/A
  • Featured on the Blackout Demo CD
Unreleased
To Love Let Go Devo Springsteen
Britney Spears
Devo Springsteen October 6, 2007
  • Featured on the Blackout Demo CD
Leaked
Untitled Danja Danja TBD
  • Instrumental demo produced by Danja
Unknown
Untitled Lullaby Britney Spears
William Anderson
Devo Springsteen August 23, 2007
  • Instrumental is taken from "Beautiful Lies", a demo performed by Kim Ross
Leaked
Warning Sean Garrett
Danja
Danja TBD
  • Demo pitch performed by Sean Garrett
Not recorded
When I Grow Up Rodney Jerkins
Rock City
Rodney Jerkins TBD
  • Demo pitch performed by Rock City
  • Later given to and recorded by The Pussycats Dolls for their album "Doll Domination"
Not recorded
Who Can She Trust? Britney Spears J.R. Rotem N/A
  • Described by J.R. as 'an introspective composition written solely by Britney. She sings 'Where am I?/Where will I find my face?/Where will I find my faith?' over a snap music hip-hop beat accompanied by the sound of a camera shutter clicking'.[22]
Unreleased

Circus era
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Title Songwriters Producers Leak Date Notes Status
Abroad Candice Nelson
Ezekiel Lewis
Patrick M. Smith
Balewa Muhammad
Danja October 6, 2011
  • Published by Christopher Matthew Music and Hitco Music
Leaked
Big Spender Kalenna
Rodney Jenkins
Rodney Jenkins 2009
  • Demo pitch performed by Kalenna
  • Kalenna confirmed her submission to the album on 2021.
  • Later given to and recorded by Adrienne Bailon for the movie Confessions of a Shopaholic
Not recorded
Dangerous Coco Morier
Greg Kustin
Greg Kurstin October 6, 2011
  • The song was later given to the Japanese group Momoiro Clover Z, which released the song as "Rock the Boat".
  • A demo performed by Morier leaked on a unknown date.
Leaked
Elevator Daniel Luttrell
Sky Ferreira
Bloodshy & Avant
Bloodshy & Avant N/A
  • Demo pitch performed by Sky Ferreira, submited for the album.
Not recorded
Emotion Sickness Kasia Livingston
Frankie Storm
Bloodshy & Avant
Henrik Jonback
N/A
  • Demo pitch performed by Frankie Storm, submited for the album.
Not recorded
Entertainment Frankie Storm
Kasia Livingston
David Jassy
Bloodshy & Avant
Henrik Jonback
2011
  • Demo pitch performed by Frankie Storm, submited for the album.
Not recorded
Every Day Britney Spears
Xandy Barry
Wally Gagel
Wally Gagel N/A
  • Rumoured to have been intended for a Deluxe version and later for Femme Fatale.
Leaked
Feet On The Ground Myah Marie N/A N/A
  • Demo pitch performed by Myah Marie leaked in 2009
  • Two demos are known to exist.
Not recorded
Fire Drill Lyrica Anderson
Brian Kennedy
Brian Kennedy 2011
  • Demo pitch performed by Lyrica Anderson, submited for the album.
Not recorded
Flame Thrower Chris Brown
James Fauntleroy
Andre Merritt
Danja N/A
  • Demo pitch performed by Chris Brown, submited for the album.
Not recorded
Follow (One) Britney Bereal
Danja
Danja February 22, 2014
  • The demo performed by Britney Bereal was shared by Danja on one of his throwback videos.[23]
Not recorded
Follow My Fingers Britney Spears
Cathy Dennis
Nicole Morier
Michael T. McGroarty
Nick Huntington N/A
  • Also offered to Sky Ferreira at one point.
Unreleased
I'm Scared Duffy Jimmy Hogarth N/A
  • Britney covered the song for the opening date of The Circus Starring Britney Spears, on March 3, 2009.
Performed live
Insatiable Lisa Greene
Henrik Jonback
Bloodshy & Avant N/A Demo pitch performed by Lisa Greene, submited for the album Not recorded
Inside Job Frankie Storm Laze & Royal 2011
  • The submission for the album was confirmed by Frankie on The Original Doll Podcast.
Not recorded
It's A Secret N/A N/A N/A
  • The songwriters of the song never told who they were to either Britney or the person who leaked the snippet.
Unreleased
Just For Kicks Nicole Morier
Greg Kurstin
Greg Kurstin N/A N/A Not recorded
Outta My Head Fernando Garibay Fernando Garibay N/A
  • Demo pitch performed by Fernando Garibay, submited for the album
Not recorded
Painted Windows Kalenna
Crystal Nicole
Rodney Jerkins
Osinachi
N/A
  • Demo pitch performed by Kalenna, submitted for the album.
  • Later given to The Pussycats Dolls and released on their album "Doll Domination"
Not recorded
Paradise Britney Spears
Xandy Barry
Wally Gagel
Wally Gagel N/A
  • Registered on ASCAP on 2021.
Unreleased
Performance Frankie Storm
Rodney Jerkins
Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins 2010
  • Demo pitch performed by Frankie Storm, submited for the album
Not recorded
Prince Charming Jade Mckenzie Chad Beatz 2010
  • Demo pitch performed by Jade Mckenzie, submitted for the album
Not recorded
Pucker Up Kalenna
Rodney Jerkins
Osinachi
Rodney Jerkins
Osinachi
2009
  • Demo pitch performed by Kalenna, submited for the album
  • Later given to and released by Ciara for her album " Fantasy Ride"
Not recorded
Royalty Raf Riley Etta Bond Raf Riley Demo pitch performed by Etta Bond,submitted for the album Not recorded
Shake My Kalenna Rodney Jerkins
Osinachi
2011
  • Demo pitch performed by Kalenna, submitted for the album
  • Later released by Kalenna as a duet with Three 6 Mafia
Not recorded
Stuck on Repeat Alex James
Michael Jay
Andre Lindal
Top Notch N/A
  • Demo pitch performed by Elle Vee, submitted for the album
  • Elle Vee uploaded her demo on SoundCloud on 2016.
  • Later given to and released by Wanessa Camargo for her EP "Você não Perde por Esperar".
Not recorded
Superlover Fernando Garibay
Niré Alldai
Fernando Garibay 2010
  • Demo pitch performed by Niré Alldai, submitted for the album
  • Later given to and recorded by Starshell as "Superluva"
Not recorded
Take The Bait Candice Nelson
Ezekiel Lewis
Balewa Muhammad
Patrick "J. Que" Smith
Danja N/A
  • Britney version is registered on repertoires.
  • A demo performed by co-writer Candice Nelson leaked on July 19, 2021.
Unreleased
Telephone Lady Gaga
Rodney Jerkins
Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins May 2, 2010
  • A duet version with Lady Gaga leaked on January 6, 2015.
  • Later released by Gaga featuring Beyoncé for her third EP "The Fame Monster" (2009).
Leaked
This Kiss Britney Spears
Nicole Morier
Greg Kurstin
Greg Kurstin April 29, 2012 N/A Leaked
Touch Tréshon Jenkinz Klas Åhlund 2008 Demo pitch submitted for the album Not recorded
Turn Me Up Frankie Storm
Cartsen "Soulshock Schack
Kenneth Karlin
Soulshock & Karlin 2008
  • Demo pitch performed by Frankie Storm, submitted for the album
  • Later given to and recorded by Christina Millan
Not recorded
Under Arrest Dawn Richard N/A 2009
  • Version with Britney vocals is registered on with ASCAP.
  • Demo performed by Dawn has leaked online.
Unreleased
Velvet Lipstick Andre Merritt
Chris Brown
Rob Allen
Bloodshy & Avant
Henrik Jonback
N/A
  • Demo performed by Andre Merritt and Chris Brown, submited for the album.
Not Recorded
Venom Kasia Livingston N/A N/A
  • The song was confirmed by Kasia Livingston in one of her interviews on "The Original Doll Podcast".
Unknown
Whiplash Britney Spears
Greg Krustin
Coco Morier
Greg Krustin N/A
  • Later given to and released by Selena Gomez & The Scene, for their third album "When The Sun Goes Down"
Unreleased


Femme Fatale era
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Britney has confirmed, that she recorded over 50 songs for Femme Fatale. Only 17 has made the final cut.

  • Antidote: Demo written by Lisa Greene and performed by Greene. Leaked in a unknown date.
  • Being Britney: Written by Jessie J and rejected by Spears on the last minute, confirmed by Jessie herself.
  • Black Widow: Demo written by Jesse Owen Astin and performed by Myah Marie. Leaked in 2010. It is unknown if the song was recorded by Spears.
  • Break the Circle: The song was mentioned by Kasia Livingston on The Original Doll Podcast.
  • Burning Up: Cover of Madonna song recorded for the Femme Fatale Tour. The studio version leaked on March 24, 2014 while a remix leaked on June 10, 2011.
  • Chaos: Recorded for the Femme Fatale Tour but removed from the setlist.
  • Click: Demo written by Daniel Sherman and Winston Sela, and performed by Mia J. Submited for the album but rejected due to the similar themes with other songs.
  • Connected: Demo written by Nicole Morier and Bloodshy & Avant, and performed by Morier. Leaked in 2010.
  • Get Outta My Way: Written by Mich Hansen, Lucas Secon, Damon Sharpe, Peter Wallevik and Daniel Davidsen, and produced by Secon. In May 2010, Secon mentioned that Jive wanted Spears to record the song but it was rejected and send to Kylie Minogue instead, which released it on her album "Aphrodite" (2010). The producer's demo, performed by Alexandra Segal, leaked on 2014.
  • Glow In The Dark: Track Intended to be on Femme Fatale by Britney Spears,Later given and released by singer Carishma
  • Heads Up: Demo sent and performed by Frankie Storm for the album,confirmed by her on The Original Doll podcast
  • Human Nature: Demo performed by The Outsyders, submited for the album. Leaked on a unknown date but it has since disappeared of the internet.
  • I Dare You: Demo written and performed by Bonnie McKee and Ina Wroslden, submited for the album.
  • [[I Need A Change]: Demo written and performed by Ester Dean.
  • King Of My Castle: Produced by Lucas Secon. Given and recorded by Shayne Ward featuring JPearl as "Must Be a Reason Why". the track with vocals by Spears was leaked on June 25, 2021.
  • Louder: Originally intended as a collaboration with Akon. Produced by GoodWill and MGI. Demo with Vocals by Tenna Torres and rapper P-Dub exists online
  • Love Is War: Demo written and performed by Shelly Peiken. Submited for the album but not recorded. The song was later released by Peiken on her album "2.0".
  • Licky (Under The Covers): Demo pitch performed by Sean Garrett and Shontelle, Later released by Shontelle herself
  • Masquerade: Demo performed by Myah Marie. The song leaked outside of her Patreon on February of 2021.
  • My First Love: Demo performed by Claude Kelly, submitted for the album.
  • No Ordinary Girl: Demo sent and performed by Makeba Riddick for the album
  • Party In My Head: Track Intended to be on Femme Fatale by Britney Spears,Later given and released by singer September (Confirmed by producer Lucas Secon on The Original Doll Podcast)
  • Poison: Produced by Shakur Green, believed to be for this album.
  • Pulse: Demo written by Kasia Livingston & Shelly Peiken, Performed by Kasia Livingston, Later given and released by Mandy Capristo on her album "Grace".
  • Red is the Color: Demo written by Heather Bright and Cutfather, performed by Bright and produced by Cutfather. Submitted and recorded for the album but it was removed from the tracklist.
  • Resuscitate Me: Track Intended to be on Femme Fatale by Britney Spears,Later given and released by singer September (Confirmed by producer Lucas Secon on The Original Doll Podcast)
  • Sorry Adam: Demo performed by ELXXR, submitted for the album.
  • Stereotypical Lover: Demo performed by Eric Bellinger, submitted for the album.
  • Shake Your Body Down: Demo sent and performed by Makeba Riddick for the album along with another track
  • Switch You On: Demo sent by Coco Morier for the album, the track has not been leaked yet.
  • Tear the Club Up: Demo performed by The Outsyders, submitted for the album but rejected. It was later released by The Outsyders on Bandcamp on 2011.
  • Timebomb: Demo performed by Livvi Franc, submitted for the album. Seems to sample "Pulse" by Mandy Capristo.
  • Unbroken: Written by Fraser T. Smith and Lindy Robbins, produced by Smith and performed by Spears with backing vocals of Myah Marie. Leaked on February 16, 2014. Registered on BMI.
  • Vertigo: Demo performed by Nicole Morier and Kasia Livingston, submitted for the album.

Britney Jean era
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  • 10 Seconds: Demo performed by Dev Hynes. Leaked in 2014.
  • Casually: Demo preformed by Myah Marie. Song is registered on ASCAP.
  • Exhale: Written and produced by Elle Vee and Allan Eshuoijs, submitted for the album. Demo sung by Vee uploaded on her SoundCloud in 2016.
  • Hate That About You: Demo preformed by Myah Marie. The song is registered on ASCAP.
  • Hate You: Written and performed by Charli XCX, submitted to Spears for the album. Leaked on August 2018.
  • Hostage: Written and produced by Elle Vee and Allan Eshuoijs, submitted for the album. Demo sung by Vee uploaded on her SoundCloud on 2019.
  • Lover Boy: Demo written by Myah Marie and Guy Sigsworth, performed by Marie and produced by Sigsworth. Submited for the album. Currently available on Marie's patreon.
  • Never Lie: Written by Joseph Jeffrey Dandurand. Submitted for the album but rejected. It is registered on ASCAP.
  • Police: In 2013, songwriter Jean Baptiste shared on his Instagram account a blurry image with the lyrics of the track, since the project did not make the final cut, he later decided to express his disappointment on Facebook.
  • Siren: Demo written and performed by Myah Marie. Submitted for the album. Currently available on Marie's patron.
  • "Untitled": Demo produced by Dev Hynes. Leaked in 2014.
  • "Untitled": Instrumental snippet produced by Danja. Leaked in 2014.

Glory era
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  • Breathe Heavy: Written by Jon Asher, Melanie Fontana and Michael Schulz. The song was later given to the Kpop group BP Rania, released in 2017.
  • Drink To My Freedom: Written by Antonina Armato, Tim James and produced by Rock Mafia. A fan on Breatheheavy.com who spoke to Britney at a meet and greet at Piece Of Me in 2016, that Britney had a track titled Freedom intended for Glory that was her favourite but never made the cut. This could be that track.
  • Exaholic: Written by Antonina Armato, Tim James and produced by Rock Mafia. The unfinished song leaked on February 2, 2021.
  • Pop The Balloons: Written by Charli XCX and Sarah Hudson. The song was originally intended for Charli but was later offered to Spears and Little Mix. The producer's demo was offered to Spears, performed by Hudson, leaked on April 2021.
  • Spell: Demo performed by Dev Hynes submitted for the album. Leaked in 2014.
  • Supernatural: written and performed by Elle Vee. On 2015, Vee confirmed she submitted the song for the album.
  • Turn the Lights Out: Written and performed by Elle Vee, submitted for the album. The song was later given to Sol Romero, for her album Turn It Up.
  • Vapors: Written and performed by Elle Vee, submitted in the early sessions of the album.

B10 era

  • Demonstrate: Written and produced by Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter and Danja. Title revealed by Danja in 2020 on Twitter
  • F*ck What You Know: Written and produced by Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter and Danja. Title revealed by Danja in 2020 on Twitter
  • Marilyn Monroe: Written and produced by Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter and Danja. Title revealed by Danja in 2020 on Twitter
  • It's Not Enough: Written by Adam Soskin. Demo submitted in 2018. Registered with BMI.
  • Welcome To The Jungle: Written and produced by Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter and Danja. Title revealed by Danja in 2020 on Twitter. Demo sung by Julia Michaels leaked on February 5, 2021.
  • Puppeteer: A rejected demo performed by Brandon Hilton for the album, confirmed by him through a deleted Tweet.

Other unreleased songs

  • Donni Hotwheel Megamix: It was removed from "3 - Single" at the last minute. The song is a megamix of Spears' hits: "Break The Ice", "Circus", "Piece of Me", "Gimme More", "If U Seek Amy", "Womanizer", "3". Available to find online.
  • Hey Ma: Leaked December 21, 2017. Intended for the major motion picture Fast & Furious which was originally recorded by Pitbull featuring Britney Spears and Romeo Santos. Re-recorded by Pitbull featuring J. Balvin and Camila Cabello.
  • I Feel So Free With You: Leaked on October 28, 2019. Initially intended as a promotional track for the Piece Of Me European tour, with Pitbull as the lead artist featuring Britney Spears and Marc Anthony. On April 13, 2020 Somebody uploaded on iTunes under the artist "Brittany Jean".
  • Follow Me: Written for sister Jamie Lynn Spears as the theme song of television series Zoey 101. Demo version by Spears known to exist.

Alternative Unreleased Versions of song

Album versions

  • Bombastic Love (Remix Version): Some snippets have been cut from The Making of The Movie Crossroads.
  • Early Mornin' (Explicit Version): Includes more heavy Britney's vocals. Snippet is available to find online.
  • Matches (Solo Version): It is confirmed that Britney recorded a solo version without the Backstreet Boys.
  • Mood Ring (The Chainsmokers Version): Originally song was offered to The Chainsmokers where Britney was featured. Original instrumental was used in "Waterbed".
  • Shadow (Spanish Version): The track is registered online and is said to contain its full length in Spanish.

B In The Mix: The Remixes (Vol. 1 and Vol. 2)


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