LOS ANGELES (AP) — Christina Aguilera is comparing her upcoming album to a “rebirth.”
With more than a decade in the music business behind her, the album will be a culmination of “everything I’ve experienced up until this point,” the 31-year-old pop star said in a recent interview.
“I’ve been through a lot since the release of my last album, being on (‘The Voice’), having had a divorce,” she said. “This is all sort of a free rebirth for me.”
“I’m embracing many different things, but it’s all feel-good,” she said of the album’s material, including tracks that are “superexpressive” and fun, with moments that are “supervulnerable.”
The new album, which is without a release date or announced title, will feature fellow “Voice” coach Cee Lo Green and comes two years after Miss Aguilera’s lackluster “Bionic,” which has sold 310,000 units, according to Nielsen SoundScan. That album featured electronic and dance-flavored tracks as well as pop ballads; it’s her only album to not reach platinum status.
“In the fashion that I always like to put forth, it’s very self-expressive and it’s all heartfelt,” Miss Aguilera said of her new material.
Adam Levine, Maroon 5 frontman and a “Voice” coach, told Miss Aguilera at a recent news conference for the show that he had heard “Your Body” and added, “I hate you because it’s so good.”
Miss Aguilera will perform the song on NBC’s “The Voice” on Sept. 17. The show’s third season starts Sept. 10.
AP writer Mesfin Fekadu in New York contributed to this report.
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