There are many highly anticipated new music releases in March, but none match up to Britney Spears' upcoming seventh studio album, 'Femme Fatale,' in stores March 29.

There's no stopping pop's current leading lady with the help of producer moguls Max Martin and Dr. Luke -- who are helming the project. The album's first single debuted at No. 1 in over five countries. 'I Wanna Go' may follow suit, as people are already talking about the 23-second teaser clip released earlier this week.

Other notable releases include Jennifer Hudson's sophomore album, 'I Remember Me,' 'Goodbye Lullaby' -- Avril Lavigne's comeback album after a five-year hiatus -- and Wiz Khalifa's 'Rolling Papers.' The latter's lead-off No. 1 single, 'Black and Yellow,' took the Steelers to the Super Bowl. Although, sadly for Wiz, his team was trumped by the Packers.

March 1
Forever the Sickest Kids, 'Forever the Sickest Kids'

March 8
Avril Lavigne, 'Goodbye Lullaby'
Lupe Fiasco, 'Lasers'
'Glee' Cast, 'Glee: The Music, Vol. 5'

March 15
Miranda Cosgrove, 'High Maintenance' EP
Travis Barker, 'Give the Drummer Some'

March 22
Adam Lambert, 'Glam Nation Live'
Baby Bash, 'Bash Town'
Bobby V, 'Fly on the Wall'
Chris Brown, 'F.A.M.E.'
Jennifer Hudson, 'I Remember Me'
Panic! At the Disco, 'Vices & Virtues'
Pitbull, 'Pit Planet'
Yellowcard, 'When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes'

March 25
Various Artists, 'Songs for Japan' [Digital Release]

March 29
Beth Ditto (of Gossip), 'Beth Ditto EP'
Britney Spears, 'Femme Fatale'
Ladytron, 'Best of 00-10'
Nicole Scherzinger, 'Killer Love'
Pete Yorn, 'musicforthemorningafter: 10th Anniversary Edition'
Snoop Dogg, 'Doggumentary'
Sum 41, 'Screaming Bloody Murder'
Unwritten Law, 'Swan'
Wiz Khalifa, 'Rolling Papers'