After keeping silent about her forthcoming seventh studio album for months, Britney Spears has finally opened up about Femme Fatale to V Magazine.

The increasingly secretive diva describes the opus as a club record and considers it her edgiest work yet.

“I wanted to make a fierce dance record where each song makes you want to get up and move your body in a different way,” Brit told the interviewer.

“This record is for the clubs, or something you play before you go out at night – it’s definitely my edgiest and most mature sound yet.”

In fact, Britney went as far as saying: “I think it’s the best album I have ever made.”

V magazine also addressed the lack of promotion surrounding the album campaign in comparison to other hitmakers like Lady Gaga and Rihanna.

The 29-year-old admitted that she is becoming more guarded with age.

“I think it’s easier to let people in when you’re younger, but when I became a mother, I wanted more privacy for myself and my children – A life away from my life.”

Are you still excited about Femme Fatale or was Hold It Against Me (below) too much of a turn off?

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