Washington: Britney Spears has confessed that her upcoming music album isn't the only important thing in her life right now.
The 'Toxic' singer said in a cover interview with Billboard Magazine that she would try to do an amazing album, but it wasn't her first priority as there were lot other things that were going on with her kids and schools, E! Online reported.
The 33-year-old pop star's manager Larry Rudolph said that the singer's team was working on to put out a few great singles as they came, but not that seriously and albums were not as important in the digital age as they used to be.
Spears' upcoming singles could feature American singer rapper Iggy Azalea.