'Representing an unbreakable flower that survives under the hardest conditions,' the 'Beautiful' songstress explains the title of her upcoming set, which boasts 'Your Body' as the lead single.
Christina Aguilera has dropped big news about her upcoming album to her fans. On Wednesday, September 12, the former Mouseketeer announced through Twitter that her new album "Lotus" will be available for sales in November.
"Album title: Lotus. Representing an unbreakable flower that survives under the hardest conditions and still thrives," she wrote to explain the title. She added, "There will be a 'Lotus' intro to set the tone for the whole record. Conceptually I didn't target one particular sound/genre. Self expression and freedom [are album themes]. The album represents a rebirth for me."
The 31-year-old Grammy-winning songstress additionally gushed in an October issue of Lucky magazine, "If you love 'Fighter', you're going to love my new album. As a 31-year-old woman, I've been uncovering my independence, and it's been really fun to explore in the new songs."
Via Twitter, the "Ain't No Other Man" hitmaker unveiled an artwork for the lead single "Your Body". She flaunts her curves in the image which features her body draped in just a sheer pink fabric. "Can't wait for you all to hear it," she wrote in a caption of the picture.
The song will be officially debuted on Friday, September 17. A sneak peek to a music video accompanying the single will be shown during "The Voice" on Monday, but she didn't say when the full clip would come out.
While gearing up to drop her seventh studio album, Xtina is serving as a coach on "The Voice". She recently hinted that she would take a break from the show to focus on making music. "It's been a joy to be a part of other people's journey, to be able to inspire and be a part of new singers coming up in this business. But I was starting to get really worried and concerned that I wouldn't have the time to go and be an artist again," she told Billboard.