Christina Aguilera recently released the new album, Liberation, which is set to debut in the Top 5 on the Billboard 200 chart. According to Chart Data on Twitter, the LP will round out the Top 5 with 62-67k in sales (68-73k including streaming). All things considering, this is actually very promising! 2012's Lotus clocked in at 73,408 units in its [Read More]
Christina Aguilera continues her comeback with the new release "Like I Do," produced by Anderson.Paak and featuring GoldLink. On the R&B/Hip-Hop-infused track, the multi-platinum Grammy-award winning singer gives her powerful pipes a break; this time delivering feel-good, lush vocals about being her own woman. "I don't need your little money / I can put you under something," she sings. "Stop talking, [Read More]
Multi-platinum Grammy-award winning singer Christina Aguilera makes her return to music with the brand new single, "Accelerate," featuring Ty Dolla $ign and 2 Chainz and produced by Kanye West. On the seductive bop, Aguilera entices by telling her man to pick up the pace. "Accelerate, come on babe, pick up your speed," she sings. "Stamina, fill me up, that’s what I [Read More]
Christina Aguilera is in a state of transition. In her new spread for Paper Magazine, the multi-platinum GRAMMY-award winning singer and songwriter strips down to show off her softer side. Known for some of her cheekier looks during the height of her career, now 37-year-old, Christina has made a few changes to her image since she first emerged onto the [Read More]
AMAs RECAP: Bruno Mars Wins Big, Jamie Foxx Honors First Responders, Christina Aguilera Sours (Full Winners List)
Bruno Mars was the main event at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday (Nov 19th) and he wasn't in attendance. The music superstar won seven awards including Artist of the Year, Video of the Year (That's What I Like), Favorite Pop/Rock Album (24K Magic), Favorite Pop/Rock Male Aritst, Favorite Soul/R&B Album (24K Magic), Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist, and Favorite [Read More]
For the opening of the African American Museum of History and Culture's music special called "Taking The Stage: African American Music And Stories That Changed America," Christina Aguilera sang Lena Horne's "Stormy Weather" for the portion that recognized the genre of jazz...
Move over, Lip Sync Battle: there's a new musical game show in town. Christina Aguilera is the executive producer Spike TV's new musical game show Tracks
With Alicia Keys and Mile Cyrus taking over the next season of "The Voice," Christina is steadily getting back out on the music scene. From the soundtrack of the Netflix original series The Get Down comes Christina Aguilera and Nile Rodgers’ contribution called "Telepathy." Rodgers' disco touch meshes well with Aguilera's powerhouse vocals for a lushly-instrumental composition. Sounds good! The Get Down is a documentary series [Read More]
Christina Aguilera's duet with the Whitney Houston hologram was axed, but that didn’t stop the show from going on! Aguilera found another duet partner in Ariana Grande on the Season 10 finale of "The Voice." Grande opened the set with a rousing performance of her latest single "Into You" wearing a white pants suit and surrounded by male dancers, smoke, pyro, and an elaborate set. X-Tina [Read More]
The category was “famous female singers”, and she belted out Whitney Houston's “I Will Always Love You” before playfully giving musical clues on Beyoncé, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Rihanna and Barbara Streisand.