American singer, songwriter Christina Aguilera, has announced her new Spanish single, Paʼ Mis Muchachas, with Becky G, Nathy Peluso, and Argentine rapper Nicki Nicole.
The new song will be released on Friday, October 22, and will be the official lead single off Aguilera’s Latin album.
The 40-year-old took to her social media account to share a video teaser of her upcoming Spanish album. However, she did not reveal the name of the album.
The upcoming project will be the pop legend’s second album sung in Spanish since “Mi Reflejo,” her second studio album released in 2000. It will also be Aguilera’s first album from the two upcoming albums, which she told Insider in a chat in September that she has been working on simultaneously. The other project is sung in English.
Although a release date for either of the two albums is yet to be officially announced, the Spanish album is expected to be released first with 2021 speculations. The English sung version will likely drop in late 2022 or 2023.
Christina Aguilera spun a late-’90s breakthrough into an evolving and genre-hopping career focused on uplifting ballads and sexually liberated anthems delivered with her iconic voice.
A leader in the parade of Mickey Mouse Club veterans who stormed pop music at the turn of the millennium, Christina Aguilera was the brassy diva of the bunch — the Rolling Stones to Britney Spears’ Beatles, as it were.
The pop diva released her R&B and hip-hop tinged project, “Liberation,” in 2018. It serves as her eighth studio album, which included the single “Accelerate” with features from 2 Chainz, Ty Dolla $ign, and production by Kanye West. The album peaked at number six on the Billboard 200. Also included on the album was the single “Fall in Line” featuring Demi Lovato.
With the 2020 release of Disney’s live-action version of Mulan, Aguilera revisited the franchise that helped break her career over two decades earlier. In addition to singing the new song “Loyal Brave True” for the film, she released an updated version of “Reflection,” which she first sang back in 1998 for the animated version of the movie.