Christina Aguilera on Kanye West producing part of her new album, Liberation: "I've always been a huge fan of Kanye", she says, her pale blue eyes widening. "Something like that to get me out of that zone, that TV mode". She told Billboard Thursday that they met to work on the song at Rick Rubin's California studio shortly before the release of The Life of Pablo, West's 2016 album. "You realize it's not about music".
The most powerful scene in the short film showed Aguilera doing what she does best: singing her heart out. It's about making good TV moments and massaging a narrative.
"It turned one thing that I didn't really feel was what I had signed up for in season one", she stated, calling it a "churning hamster wheel" and and "power sucker". "I've stepped so far away from that little girl and if that means going away for a little while and figuring out who you are again and what you have to say, then that's what you need to do". "It was my only kind of outlet", she said.
"How was I supposed to know / that it would cost my soul / nothing is free / I want to breathe / How am I supposed to face this lonely life I've created", the sang.
Christina Aguilera Says 'The Voice' Was An 'Energy Sucker': 'It's Not About Music'
Christina then begins talking about her past and gets emotional while recounting how her mom gave up her dreams to be with her father. "It's easy to get comfortable and cushy in the same place and not have to worry about uprooting your kids".
The "Beautiful" hitmaker - who is mother to 10-year-old son Max from her marriage to Jordan Bratman and three-year-old daughter Summer with fiancé Matthew Rutler - is excited about expressing herself again on tour, but nervous about being on the road as a mother.
It's been a long time coming but "Genie in a Bottle" singer Christina is finally back! "I'm sorry I struggle accepting the beauty that lies in myself". "She'll all the time be part of The Voice household". The Zooey Grossman-directed visual includes the pop singer lapping up milk, singing through glitter-covered lips, and drenched in a clear viscous goo as she asks her partner to "pick up your speed", because it is indeed what she needs.
What We Do in the Shadows Series Ordered
What We Do In the Shadows is hilarious; one of those rare horror comedies that knows how to mix its genres appropriately. The film in which the show is based earned a modest $6.9 million off of a budget of $1.6 million.