The collaboration is confirmed by the record producer famously known as Darkchild when he posts a tweet about all of the artists he has worked with in the month of May.
Christina Aguilera has apparently enlisted the help of record producer Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins for her upcoming album. The collaboration was uncovered on early Tuesday, May 29 when Darkchild announced through his Twitter account a list of artists that have worked with him in the month of May.
In addition to Aguilera, Darkchild named Justin Bieber, Nelly Furtado, Leona Lewis, Jordin Sparks, Nas and Enrique Iglesias among those he has teamed up with. Unfortunately, the 34-year-old Grammy nominee didn't give further details on his contribution to the "Candyman" singer's new effort.
Aguilera opened up about her next studio installment back in January. While promoting "The Voice", the 31-year-old songstress promised to present fans with something "honest and raw". She further elaborated that she's excited to put all of what she has experienced down "on paper through my lyrics and my voice."
One of the songs that could be included in Aguilera's new project is her duet with Cee-Lo Green. Speaking of the tune in an April interview, she spilled, "The song is called 'Make the World Move' and it's fun, positive and full of life." She then gushed, "The two of us together joining forces is going to be huge!"