Oops!... I Did It Again is the second studio album by American singer Britney Spears, released on May 16, 2000 by Jive Records. Its music incorporates pop, dance-pop, and teen pop styles, much in the vein of her debut album ...Baby One More Time (1999). The album also explores a more funkier and R&B sound, while Spears also covers the Rolling Stones' "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" and the Jets' "You Got It All" on the Japanese edition. Contributions to the album's production came from a wide range of producers, including Max Martin, Rami Yacoub, Per Magnusson, David Kreuger, Kristian Lundin, Jake Schulze, Darkchild, and Robert John "Mutt" Lange.
Upon its release, Oops!... I Did It Again received generally favorable reviews from music critics. It debuted at the top the US Billboard 200, with first-week sales of 1,319,000 copies, breaking the previous SoundScan record for the highest debut-week album sales by a female artist. This record was later broken after 15 years following the release of the album 25 by Adele, which sold over 3.38 million albums in its first week of release. The album also reached number one in 15 other countries while peaking inside the top five positions in Australia, Finland, Japan, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. It was her second album to receive a Diamond certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The album has sold 20 million copies to date making it Spears's second best selling album after ...Baby One More Time.
Four singles were released from the album. Its title track became an international hit reaching number one in Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and nine other countries while peaking in the top five positions in six other countries and number 9 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. Its second single "Lucky" reached number one in five countries, top-ten in twelve countries and number 23 on the US, while its third single "Stronger" became a top-ten hit in nine countries and reached number 11 on the Billboard chart, becoming the highest-selling single of the album in the United States, receiving a Gold certification in the US and three other countries. Its final single, "Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know", became a moderate hit on the charts.