Britney Spears was left shocked on Tuesday after her tune … Child One More Time was named the greatest debut single ever by Wanderer publication.
The 38- year-old vocalist burst onto the pop music scene with her catchy debut back in 1998 and has actually gone on to turn into one of the most well-known vocalists on the planet.
Provided the long-running appeal of the song, editors at Wanderer put the track at the top of their 100 Greatest Debut Songs of All Time list, released on Tuesday.
Discussing their decision, they composed: “In the great tradition of debut singles, it was a divisive statement that drew a line between past and future… with …Baby One More Time, this girl changed the sound of pop forever: It’s Britney, b**ch. Nothing was ever the same.”
Responding to the positioning, Britney composed on Twitter: “Number ONE (shocked screaming emoji) ??!!? Thank you @RollingStone …. what an honour!!!!!!”
Simply hours prior to the list was released, Britney’s sibling Jamie Lynn assessed the possibility of her older brother or sister retiring throughout an interview with The Hollywood Press reporter.
“In general, she’s kind of just relaxing,” Jamie shared, when asked if Britney has any music prepares in the pipeline. “And I think that’s good. Britney deserves that. She’s worked her ass off. So if she wants to make another album, great. But if she doesn’t feel like it, she doesn’t have to. She’s given the world a lot. I don’t think there are plans for anything – at the moment.”
However she fasted to firmly insist that Britney isn’t retiring, with her including: “Obviously, right now, she’s just trying to quarantine. She’s taking it day by day. And when she wants to make music, she’ll make it. I don’t think you can ever retire someone from their passion.”