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Britney Spears poster - Me Against The Music ft. Madonna
Original litho-printed Britney Spears and Madonna poster for the single 'Me Against the Music'
Britney Spears and Madonna recorded 'Me Against the Music' for Spears' fourth studio album, In the Zone (2003). It was written by Spears, Madonna, Christopher 'Tricky' Stewart, Thabiso 'Tab' Nikhereanye, Penelope Magnet, Terius Nash and Gary O'Brien. The song was released on October 14, 2003, by Jive Records, as the lead single of In the Zone. After bonding with Spears during a night in New York City, Stewart and Magnet started working on the song for her. During rehearsals for the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards, Spears played Madonna the track and she asked her to do the song with her.
Spears and Madonna trade lines during the verses, and Madonna sings the bridge. Lyrically, the song talks about battling the music and the pleasures of letting go on the dance floor.
'Me Against the Music' contains influences of hip hop and usage of funk guitars. The song was a commercial success, peaking atop of the charts in countries such as Australia, Denmark, Hungary, Ireland and Spain, as well as the European Hot 100 Singles. It also peaked at number two in Canada, Italy, Norway and the United Kingdom, and inside the top five in many other nations. The song won the 'Hot Dance Single of the Year' accolade at the 2004 Billboard Music Awards.
30" x 20" inches
Good 'Original' Condition