Tuesday, February 06, 2007

More info about Kevin songs on Britney's album

Ne-Yo hasn't talked to Britney Spears yet, but has submitted several records for her next album. "I've already started putting some stuff together for her," he said. "Again, I have not had the opportunity to sit down with her personally, but I've been working close with her A&R people. They talk to her every day and are basically coming to me with information as far as songs she's looking for.

"One thing they told me was, 'No more songs about Kevin. She's got a 12-CD disc changer full of songs about Kevin. She don't need no more of those,' " Ne-Yo continued. "I was like, 'All right, cool.' It's come along nicely, I did about five or six for her so far. I don't know what she's going to keep, but it's coming along nicely. If I had to make a prediction, judging not just the stuff I've done, but the stuff I've heard she's done with other people, I think she's got a shot to come back. I really do."

Source: mtv.com

38 comments:

Anonymous said...

I really hope she doesn't use any of those songs about Kevin on her album. The kids don't need any more of a record of their parents problems then they already have.

Anonymous said...

I agree but it her alblum and she has to right to write about what she want.I want to hear what she has to say.

Anonymous said...

I hope she doesn't, either. Please, Britney. No songs about Kevin. I don't even see whats the use.

Anonymous said...

I hope she does... if they are good songs I want to hear them. You know everyone on here would be fine and dandy if Kevin came out with a new album and had songs about Britney. I think the best songs come from breakups or other painful events.

Anonymous said...

^ Speak for yourself, I don't think too many people would be thrilled either way. It's really none of our business.

Anonymous said...

^ I agree. I mean just because people like Justin Timberlake go letting the whole world know about the person he used to be in a relationship with, doesn't mean Britney has to do the same. She shouldn't sing songs about Kevin. Thats just gonna let America know that she's not over him. Plus, it will make her come off as desperate.

Anonymous said...

How the fuck to some of you get off on saying that if she selects songs regarding to her relationship with Kevin it means that she is desperate or otherwise?....hello people, I couldn't imagine an album without at least 1 song that relates to her life so I'm sure there will be one...it doesn't mean she isn't over him or is airing her business for the world...it means she recorded a song that related to what she was going thru...millions of artists write and record the same after going thru breakups!!! NO ONE knows what the song is like...it could be a sad "man this didn't work out", a pissed off "you done me wrong", a reflective "well that's what was and this is what is"....it doesn't and wouldn't make her bad, desperate, or anything of the sort for recording those things!!!

Anonymous said...

^ So you're okay with Kevin writing a book then?

Anonymous said...

The thing about songs if that you take bits and pieces and make it that way. If Britney writes a song about a guy cheating it doesn't mean it's about Kevin, it could be about a friend's experience or gotten the lyrics from a show on TV. This was just an example of a song and I'm not saying either one cheated on each other.

I've written stuff about being cheated on and I've never been cheated on. It was just something I wanted to write about doesn't mean it actually happened.

Anonymous said...

Blah, blah, blah blah. In that case, I guess you thought Cry Me A River, and What Goes Around Comes Around wasn't about Britney. Puhleese. Give me a fucking break. If Brit starts singing songs about cheating, and what so, and so didn't do for her, then of course people are automatically going to think those type of songs are about K-Fed. Noone are stupid. They just posted an article on BritneyExperts, that Brit has in fact written songs about Kevin, and doesn't want anymore. That's the big fucking giveaway right there.

Anonymous said...

He was in her life for aabout two and a half years, you expect her not to write any songs? I bet some of her loves songs may even be about him. She can write whatever lyrics she wants. If he or she did do something bad to each other why shouldn't that person be able to express their feelings on the matter?

Anonymous said...

The article on BritneyExperts is exactly this one, just reworded a bit. I'm not sure what point you are trying to make.

Anonymous said...

Anyone who's okay with Britney writing about Kevin better not complain if Kevin does the same.

But I would prefer if they both kept quiet. The people it will hurt the most is their two sons. Let the public stay curious, the boys come first.

Anonymous said...

Lol I wouldn't complain about the fact he wrote a song about her, I'd complain about the fact he has absolutely no rhythm of flow when he raps.

The boys will know from their parents the reason they broke up. If Brit/Kev are civil to/about each other in front of the kids then I doubt they would care about lyrics. If they do want to know what was behind them I'm sure they could ask Britney and she would tell them.

Anonymous said...

Kevin's got flow man. And yes, I think the kids will care what the lyrics are if their mom records a song about their dad.

Anonymous said...

If they care then they'll ask, they will probably ask why they broke up in a few years and may not even need to ask what they mean.
You are talking to a girl who grew up outside of Detroit and listened to hip-hop since she was little. IMO- he doesn't have great flow or anything that sets him apart from the other mediocre rappers out there.

Anonymous said...

Well, Kevin will do his thing and we'll see how it goes.

So the kids ask, what is Britney or Kevin supposed to say? I didn't really mean it? All their friends will have heard the song too. What are they supposed to say to them? Things are bad enough as it is.

Anonymous said...

I don't know what they'll say it's up to them. They will probably have to tell them the real reason they broke up. A kid asking why their parent's divorced isn't that uncommon. One of my friend's parents split up when she was 2 and she knew by the time she was 7 or 8 that it was because her dad slept with another woman.

Anonymous said...

Kevin writing a tell all book is not in the same vain as Spears signing songs....Sorry one is an expression of feelings and one is with the intent to "out" and likely damage and hurt others. Spears is an entertainer whose job it is to put on great shows, come up with great songs everyone can relate to on one level or another (which many is about relationships as is most songs)....which is totally different than someone trying and using others for the sole purpose of gaining notoriety and money ! Spears had her job long before Kevin came into the picture and she has a variety of songs about love (happy, sad, and angry). Kevin on the other hand, would be writing a book based upon others, not himself, not a job, not a anything…as it would be based and founded upon nothing more than “damaging” someone else…which doesn’t qualify as a job.

Her job requires her to sing songs. Songs that people can like, relate to, and thus buy into. That requires songs about relationships (as everyone has at least experienced relationships in one form or another)…whether they are happy songs, sad ones, or angry ones….regardless of whether those songs are in direct correlation with the ending of her relationship…it really has no bearing on whether or not she should release it…If it is a solid song she should do so, unless is specifically says “my ex is an asshole and I this is what happened…” upfront people are going to speculate regardless and interpret regardless of whether she puts the songs out there. In fact, if she didn’t have angry, sad songs on this album most would accuse her of not having any real life experiences or depth in her recordings.

Federline can write all the songs he wishes because what he wrote about on the first album was essentially a lie...his lifestyle wasn't "his" to begin with, but a product of his wife so he shouldn't have been rapping about his "money, cars, house" and so forth that wasn't his to begin with. He doesn't have a career in music in the first place...his career was once in dancing...nothing more!

Anonymous said...

I disagree pretty much everything you said.

(1) Songs can "out and likely damage and hurt others" just as much as books can. "Cry Me A River" is a good example. It probably did more damage to Britney than if he had just wrote a book.

(2) Britney's job does not require her to sing songs about Kevin. It's not like she has a boss telling her what to do. She could never sing again if she wanted, or she can chose to sing about whatever she wants. If she chooses to sing a song that will hurt Kevin and her sons, it's all on her.

(3) Kevin's album is not a lie. When you marry someone, you join your life with theirs. That's the way it works, for better, for worse, for richer, or for poorer. If you don't like the rules don't get married.

Anonymous said...

CMAR only became big because Justin made the video with a look-a-like and everyone wanted to know what happened to America's Cutest Couple. Most people knew this relationship was doomed from the start so the songs won't come as shockers.

Anonymous said...

Great, then Britney shouldn't include them on her album.

Anonymous said...

^ Her job is to create songs that people can find relatable...hence the vast majority of songs are about love and relationships....just because they are about said things...it doesn't necessarily mean that they will be about Kevin.

A tell all book's sole purpose is to be damaging...it isn't a job; it doesn't have to be done. There is no reason or basis to write the book other than you want to hurt or damage someone. Any song she sings about a relationship doesn't necessarily have to be about or to Kevin!!!! When Spears was “happy” with Timberlake she sang songs like “Lonely” which basically is a “bug off” song…yet she still recorded and released it. She has to make relatable songs and the mass majority of songs out there today are about relationships in many forms, the feeling evoked, and so forth. Not every song she records relating to relationships (both good and bad) from now until eternity is going to be about Kevin. It is ridiculous to assume it would be so or that she is not allowed to sing songs about relationships and the vast feelings evoked because someone like you would assume that whatever song she records is solely about Kevin and their relationship!!!!

Kevin’s album was a lie because none of the things he claimed were “his”…he made use of them, but they still didn’t belong to him as he has no claim on them before, during or after. His whole basis was that these things BELONGED to him and in a sense he did something worthwhile to get them…which it didn’t….hence the lie. I understand you join your life with someone when you get married as I am married myself, but what my husband didn’t earn….he doesn’t claim. What I earn is what I claim….he makes more than I do and I don’t go around telling people I make 200,000 a year and have all these things (that he bought for me with his money) as if I got them myself…or that I worked 90 hours a week to make that much when in reality I only make 1/3 of that. If Kevin didn’t go around with the “I have this and that and I earned this and that and I have this much money” it wouldn’t be an issue….as he DOESN’T lay claim to what isn’t his (morally or legally as the prenup states)….it’s not his so he shouldn’t have claimed otherwise as if he actually WORKED for and DESERVED it…which he didn’t.

Anonymous said...

While they were married, the prenump meant nothing. When you get married, everything belongs to both people. That's the way it works. If one spouse is working and one isn't, the income belongs equally to both. The things that are bought with it belong equally to both. That's the way it works. Kevin was her husband, not her boyfriend.

But you basically just restated everything you said the first time, so no sense for me to do the same.

Anonymous said...

If everything she brought in while they were married was fair gain...then he would be entitled to half...which he is not because the prenup states what was hers remains hers, what she gave him is returned to HER unless otherwise stated....it wasn't "his" before, during, and is still not his after. The prenup safegaurds during the marriage also as if he tried to use one of her companies or accounts without her consent...it wouldn't go thru....as agian, what was hers as stated in the prenup, remains hers alone... Her couldn't get access to all of her holdings...that is unless she transfered them into joint accounts. The money in MY checking account is MINE and mine ALONE! Same with my husband's account, but the money we put into a joint is fair gain between the two of us. Spears didn't reassign her accounts, business holdings, cars, and other properties to include Kevin as a shareholder...meaning he has no basis laying claims to that which isn't his. Instead, she made a point to make certian that what was hers remained hers before, during, and after the marriage.

Anonymous said...

Whatever. Britney shouldn't waste her time singing songs about Kevin. If I'm not mistaken, I thought both of them were forbidden to write a "tell all" book.

Anonymous said...

Why would Britney want to write a tell-all book about Kevin?

Anonymous said...

Uhm...I read that neither one can write a tell all book. I was just typing what I read. Plus, I kept seeing all kinds of articles about a possible tell all book from Kevin.

Anonymous said...

I could care less if Britney or Kevin wrote songs about the other. Most of the songs you hear these days are based on some personal experience. It would be silly to think either wouldn't write about the most recent ex.

Anonymous said...

Spears has proven time and agian before Federline that she can have hit songs and multiple number one albums...She DOESN'T need songs about or directed towards Kevin to sell more than 16,000 copies as remixes of her old songs have sold about 350,000 WITH ZERO PROMOTION! If she chooses to have songs about love, heartbreak, relationships that doesn't signify that they are all based upon Kevin...he wasn't the only poor relationship she had!

Anonymous said...

well too bad, trent reznor already wrote a song caled "bite the hand that feeds"...so suck on that fed-ex...and fuck all your homies that sell their stories to the tabloids...



the conspiracy theorist

Anonymous said...

Hahahaha, my lips are seal on this topic, I have no comment, all I have to say is wait and see, only time will tell.

Kelly.

Anonymous said...

yeah teamkevin, only time will tell and fed-ex's true motives will be revealed and it's all the dead presidents...

Anonymous said...

It just proves my theory, that Britney needs Kevin to keep her fame alive.

Anonymous said...

^You fucktard. Britney has had four #1 albums, and has sold 76 million albums WW. She has had top grossing tours, fabulous sponsorships, and what not. She has absolutely nothing to lose. How dare you say she needs Kevin for her fame. Someone should bitch slap your ignorant ass for that ridiculous comment. Britney can stand on her two feet on her own. I personally don't think she should records songs about Kevin. But if she feels compelled to because she was hurt, and wants to express herself then she can. But to say Brit needs Kevin for fame, is utterly insane. She made it on her own without Justin. She can definitely do it without Kevin. Besides you got it backwards. It is your precious FedEx, who needed Britney in order to get his 15 minutes. In 2015 when Brit is recording her next CD, Kevin's ass will vanish off the face off the earth. Maybe he should take that offer Taco Bell gave him.

Anonymous said...

^^ Spears sales have actually been hurt by Federline! But, regardless not every song about love, hearbreak, anger, happiness is going to be about Kevin!!! Love and heartbreak are universal themes of about 85% of the songs out there today so it makes sense that she would continue to have songs about said subjects on her album...regardless of her personal life at the time!!

Oh, latest estimates are that she is closer to 80 million albums....350,000 of that comes from a remix album of old songs! Now tell me, what the bloody hell does old songs have to do with Federline? She doesn't need him as evidenced by the worldwide pandamodium created when she filed for divorce! Very few people truly like or care for Kevin Federline. Spears is better off emotionally, financially, and career wise without him! HE NEEDED HER FOR THE FAME AS EVIDENCED BY EVERYTHING HE WAS GIVEN (AND THUS TAKEN AFTER THE PETITION OF DIVORCE) THANKS TO BEING MR. SPEARS! Not the other way around!!

Half of his 16,000 sold was thanks to Britney fans who didn't want to see her husband blow hard because they thought he would hurt Britney!

Anonymous said...

Exactly. What an idiot. Her remix album sold a whole lot more than his horrendous flop of an album. That's WHILE THEY WERE STILL AN ITEM. Britney can retire now and just live off of her catalogue. Kevin doesn't have shit to live off of. Brit's include albums, perfumes, and of course the money she's going to get from Kevin until both boys turn 18. I guess it's too bad Fedex can't do the same.

Hahahahaha!

Anonymous said...

^ Federline isn't going to pay child support! He will argue that Spears makes plenty (and it is true...the woman makes a millions in interest alone with what is sitting in the bank) and Spears will likely not push for child support...as some parents "use" it agianst one another. As in "I pay this much in child support so this is how it is going to be! I want jr. at this time and doing this and going here!"