Christina Aguilera sings in Spanish with Becky G, Nicki Nicole and Nathy Peluso

Christina Aguilera returns to sing in Spanish on the song "For my girls", which will be released this Friday, October 22, and is the result of a collaboration with some of the current queens of urban Latin: the American of Mexican origin Becky G and the Argentine Nicki Nicole and Nathy Peluso.

It is, according to his record company, a song that "celebrates female empowerment and Latino sisterhood", thus recovering her roots as the daughter of an Ecuadorian. In addition, it constitutes the advance of the artist’s first album in Spanish in more than two decades, since "My reflection" (2000).

For the launch of this new work, which takes over from "Liberation" (2018), Aguilera handed over the controls of the production to the Colombian Julio Reyes Copello, who also dealt with Jennifer Lopez’s most recent songs in Spanish.

As reported in his social networks last February, Producers and composers Rafa Arcaute and Oriana Hidalgo have also worked on this new album.

Grammy to the "revelation artist", Aguilera (New York, 1980) became known as a teenager with the theme "Genie in a Bottle", included in his 1999 self-titled debut. Later, with "My reflection", earned a Latin Grammy nomination, another Grammy nomination, and won two Latin Billboards, among other distinctions.

In a riskier twist, with "Stripped" (2002) and the double album "Back to Basics" (2006) managed to transcend the image of "Lolita" and earn greater respect as a performer.

Later he tried his luck in the world of cinema with the leading role of the musical "Burlesque" alongside another song diva, Cher, before the release of "Bionic" (2010), which did not obtain the praise of critics and the public.

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Focused above all on her television facet as a jury of talent contests, in the last decade her record releases have been scarce, which apart from the aforementioned "Liberation", they were limited to "Lotus" (2012) and have not obtained the commercial revenues of previous works either.

 

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