Britney Spears managing director Larry Rudolph has finally disclosed that the pop singer is taping a newly prepared album. Britney was rumored to be diligently at work in the recording studio with the help of music producers Jim Beanz and Rodney 'Darkchild' Jerkins already this month. Jerkins declared he was driven to "recreate" the star, and furthermore help her establish a prosperous career return, in spite of Rudolph's initial claims the 'Toxic' star's studio time was "immediately intended just for enjoyment". But Rudolph substantiated that Britney "is passing her summertime at the recording studio, working on a brand new record album." He sums up that, "She's working with a brilliant team of producers and songwriters and we're absolutely excited regarding what she's accomplished at this time. No album opening date has been substantiated as of yet." Spear's last album 'Blackout' was put out in October of last year.