Christina Aguilera has promised to release a new album in English during her concert in Liverpool.
The 41-year-old star released her Spanish-language album ‘Aguilera’ in May and has been writing new music after being inspired by the reception she has received at recent gigs.
And during her performance at Liverpool’s Marks and Spencer Bank Arena on Wednesday night (03.08.22) she told the crowd that the sequel to 2018’s ‘Liberation’ is “coming”.
A source also told The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre column: “It’s early days, but Christina is back to work on new music.
“She really liked trying something different with ‘Aguilera’ which was a real passion project for her, but she’s ready to go back to her pop roots.
“Right now she’s experimenting with sounds, but it’s probably going to be the commercial dance sound with big vocals that fans love her for.”
Meanwhile, Christina – who has 14-year-old son Max with ex-producer Jordan Bratman and seven-year-old daughter Summer with current man Matthew Rutler – has previously revealed her music in Spanish is a way to “share” his culture with her. children.
She said: “To now approach new Spanish music at a time in my life where I have survived this business for decades and where I am the mother of my children, with whom I want to share a part of themselves , part of their roots, part of their heritage, has been such a beautiful blessing in itself.
“My daughter listens to all the new Spanish music in the car and asks for it. Sometimes I have to be like, ‘Ugh, I don’t want to think about work right now. Let’s listen to Encanto.’ But it was just beautiful to see her resonate with the music and know that it’s part of her.”
The “Genie in a Bottle” singer also believes her music is a way for her to “engage” with her family’s history, like her Ecuadorian father, Fausto.
Christina said: “So starting with La Fuerza, strength, [then] La Tormenta takes you through some of life’s hardships. We close [the trilogy] with La Luz – and ultimately the main full album, Aguilera – acknowledging, embracing and engaging with my roots in a way I never have. The final chapter shares a certain conclusion to my father and sheds light on the darkness that will remain in the past.”