Christina Aguilera is opening up about her latest body of work…
The 31-year-old half-Ecuadorian American singer and The Voice coach took to Twitter on Wednesday to shed light on her upcoming album.
“Album title: Lotus. Representing an unbreakable flower that survives under the hardest conditions and still thrives,” she wrote.
It’s Aguilera’s first album since 2010’s Bionic, and it fins her exploring a variety of styles.
“Conceptually I didn’t target one particular sound/genre,” Aguilera tweeted, explaining that “a Lotus intro” will “set the tone for the whole record.”
In addition, Aguilera shared her soon-to-be-released single with her followers and expose the oh-so-revealing artwork for the highly anticipated song.
“Can’t wait for you all to hear it,” wrote Aguilera about the new track. “Friday it comes out. Here’s the single. #YourBody”
Aguilera new album, titled Lotus, won’t be released until November, but “Your Body” is set for a release this Friday.
In addition, the Monday, September 17 episode of The Voice will feature a clip of the music video for “Your Body.”
Melina Matsoukas, who also directed Rihanna’s MTV Video Music Award-winning “We Found Love” video, directed the “Your Body” video.
While answering fans questions on Twitter, Aguilera revealed more about Lotus:
“There are some beautiful personal ballads on this album. I wouldn’t do a record without them,” she wrote.