( news.sawf.org ) - Britney's new album articulates the passion and effervescence within her that has easily survived the recent upheavals in her life. "She didn't let none of her personal life into what she was doing," says Floyd Nathanial "Danja" Hills, the 25-year-old record producer protege of producer Timothy "Timbaland" Mosley.
Hills along with songwriters Keri Hilson and Corte Ellis, has written and produced seven to eight songs for the as yet untitled Britney album, reports MTV.
Britney is passionate about her comeback bid and also smart, a fact that is evident from the heavy artillery from the music industry she has lined up in support of her effort. Other song writers and producers working on the album include Pharrell, Sean Garrett, Scott Storch, Dr. Luke, J.R. Rotem, Ne-Yo, T-Pain and Kara DioGuardi.
Britney's recent emotional frailty notwithstanding, Hills, who has been working with the pop star on her new album since last July, vouches for her professionalism. "As far as her work ethic, I haven't seen anybody come in like that and do what you go to do," Hills said. "Boom, boom, boom, and get it done. So as an artist? She's ready to go."
For the new album Britney has basically stuck with her past winning ways opting for vibrant uptempo dance tunes. "She wanted to stay away from being personal," says Hills. "It's fun, it's basic"
There are differences though. Britney sounds "bigger" and "more mature". "I come from hip-hop, so it's underlined with hip-hop," Hill adds. "But I throw it down. It's got everything, it's electric, it's just wild." The first single from the album is expected to be released in September and Hills, who is moving into the mixing stage, isn't yet sure if it is one of his songs.