The mentor of 'The Voice' sings about equality in her new music video featuring her family and friends.
Multi-media artist Christina Aguilera has just unveiled a brand new music video and it's for her feel-good anthem "Let There Be Love". The empowering song is one of seventeen tracks in the belter's seventh studio album "Lotus" released in November last year.
The three-and-a-half-minute clip kicks off with the diva giving a heartfelt message to her fans. "Hey everybody, Christina here. Just thanking you guys so much for filling my life and my heart with so much love, continued throughout the years [and] standing by me. I appreciate all your support. This one is just for you," she says.
Then looking like a home video, the music video unfolds to reveal her family including son Max and her friends, like celebrity pal Nicole Richie, while at the same time almost everyone making the "L" sign with their fingers to stand for the word "love." It preaches the message of love and equality with handmade signboards expressing "no to hate," "racism sucks," "no racism, no sexism" and acceptance for the LGBT community.
Aguilera dedicates her new music video to her fans as she sends them a heartwarming letter thanking them for their undying support and devotion. "We're all made up of beautiful imperfections... Sending everyone an abundance of warm light. Feel me in your hearts, as I feel you in mine. Together we brightly shine. We stand the test of time. Always have, always will," she says.
Christina Aguilera's "Let There Be Love" music video