Britney Spears and Grammy-winner Rodney “Darkchild” Jenkins are working on some “very dancey, really up-tempo, aggressive, catchy, and hook friendly” material for Brit-Brit’s next album. Jenkins will produce two of the new tracks on the currently untitled record. He last worked with Brit on the “Britney” album, working together on the “Overprotected” and “I Love Rock ’n’ Roll” tracks in 2001.
“I’m trying some new things [with Spears] … I’ve always worked with Britney and I love working with her,” Jerkins told Rap-Up TV last week at Interscope Geffen A&M’s Crème of the Crop dinner in Los Angeles. “I’m trying to reinvent her and reinvent myself with her project.”
Jenkin stresses that the one thing that has remained consistent about Spears is: “She’s always professional.” He adds that while some artists take a long time to record a song, during a recent studio session, “[Britney] walked in at 8:30 and was out by 10:30.”
Producer Sean Garrett is also set to work with Britney and claims “I know she’s been doing a lot better. You just want to give her the opportunity to get things back together. It’s about her time again.”
Britney seems to have gotten herself together and appears to be doing so much better. She is up for an Emmy and getting to spend a lot more time with her boys Preston 2, and Jayden 1. Britney is hoping for more time with her boys but Kevin Federline wants to keep it as is. The boys even did a sleep over at her Studio City home.