2017 has got off to the best start possible for every Shania Twain fan around the world. The country music legend has officially confirmed that her first album in fifteen long years WILL be released this year.
Happy New Year! Thank you for all your continued support. So excited to share new music with you this year.
2017, i’m gonna getcha good ? pic.twitter.com/WAAOnIxBvT
— Shania Twain (@ShaniaTwain) January 1, 2017
The album which will be her first since her fourth LP ‘Up!’ is due to be released in Spring of this year.
And to celebrate this very, very exciting news we thought we would put together a playlist of some of her biggest of many hits over the years as she prepares to drop her first studio album since 2002.
From This Moment On.
Can you believe that this ultimate Wedding song from Twain was released way back in 1998? This is arguably her most famous song.
Forever and For Always.
This beautiful ballad was released back in 2003. Fun fact about this track is that Nick Jonas admitted that when he was part of The Jonas Brothers they used to sing this song backstage to warm-up their vocals and lock down their harmonies before hitting the stage.
I’m Gonna Getcha Good.
This is one of Shania Twain’s most iconic tracks to date and it was released back in 2002.
That Don’t Impress Me Much.
The video for this song created the most famous and iconic look in pop/country music history. The track is also a particular fan favourite and always gets an amazing reception when performed live by the singer.
You’re Still The One.
One of the most beautiful love songs of all time. The melody, lyrics and video make for a perfect mix of love and emotion.
Any Man of Mine.
This is the song that really put Shania on the map back in the 90s and was also her first of many number 1s.
Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)
This is probably one of the most successful pop/country songs to have ever been released. It is still a major fan favourite to this day.
Man I Feel Like A Woman.
No Shania Twain playlist would be complete without this absolute banger. The song is arguably the most famous crossover hit of all time.
More pop than country, this is one of the most fun songs the 51-year-old has ever released.
You’ve Got A Way.
This song was used as the soundtrack to the Notting Hill movie back in 1999 and although she rarely performs it live it remains a firm favourite amongst fans.
What is your favourite Shania Twain song of all time? Are you excited for her new album to be released this year? Let us know over on Twitter @CelebMix.