Britney Spears has christened her new album "Blackout." The Jive set is due Nov. 13 and is led by the single "Gimme More," which rockets 68-3 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week after selling 179,000 d

Britney Spears has christened her new album "Blackout." The Jive set is due Nov. 13 and is led by the single "Gimme More," which rockets 68-3 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week after selling 179,000 downloads, her first top 10 hit since "Toxic" in March 2004.

A video for the track hits iTunes today (Oct. 5) and will premiere Monday on traditional broadcast outlets.

A track list has yet to be announced, but "Blackout" is known to include the songs "Heaven on Earth," "Radar," "Piece of Me" and "Break the Ice." Among the production and songwriting collaborators are Bloodshy & Avant, Nate "Danjahandz" Hills and Kara DioGuardi.

Spears’ sizzling chart performance this week stands in stark contrast to her ongoing personal travails. The artist was stripped of custody of her two small children and although she was given visitation rights, a monitor must be present at all times.