Christina Aguilera – AGUILERA (Extended) (2022) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

Christina Aguilera - AGUILERA (Extended) (2022) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz] Download

Artist: Christina Aguilera
Album: AGUILERA (Extended)
Genre: Pop, Latin
Release Date: 2022
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 43:04
Total Tracks: 14
Total Size: 500 MB


1-1. Christina Aguilera – Ya Llegué (03:03)
1-2. Christina Aguilera – Pa Mis Muchachas (03:36)
1-3. Christina Aguilera – Somos Nada (03:01)
1-4. Christina Aguilera – Santo (03:03)
1-5. Christina Aguilera – Como Yo (02:46)
1-6. Christina Aguilera – La Reina (03:48)
2-7. Christina Aguilera – Suéltame (02:53)
2-8. Christina Aguilera – Brujería (02:45)
2-9. Christina Aguilera – Traguito (03:11)
2-10. Christina Aguilera – Cuando Me Dé la Gana (03:26)
2-11. Christina Aguilera – Te Deseo Lo Mejor (02:36)
2-12. Christina Aguilera – Cuando Me Dé la Gana (03:26)
3-13. Christina Aguilera – Intro (La Luz) (00:40)
3-14. Christina Aguilera – No Es Que Te Extrañe (04:43)


Aguilera is the ninth studio album by American singer-songwriter Christina Aguilera. It was released digitally through Sony Music Latin on May 31, 2022, as the follow up to her first Spanish-language album, Mi Reflejo (2000). As a trilogy album, Aguilera consists of three “chapters” with each being released as a separate extended play (EP): La Fuerza, La Tormenta and La Luz. Titled after her surname, the album pays tribute to Aguilera’s Latin-American heritage, her Ecuadorian father, and her childhood and as a means to connect her children with their Latin heritage.

Essentially a Latin album, Aguilera includes heavy dance-pop, Latin pop, and urbano influences, and features elements of cumbia, tango, tropical music, guaracha, reggaeton. The songs on the album range from beat-heavy uptempo tracks to slow ballads, such as piano ballads and rancheras and features collaborations with Becky G, Nicki Nicole, Nathy Peluso, Ozuna, Tini and Christian Nodal. Five singles were released from the album, including “Pa Mis Muchachas” and “Santo”, which both received platinum certifications from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Upon release, the album received positive reviews and reached the top-twenty on the US Latin Pop Albums chart. Aguilera embarked on the EU/UK Summer Series promotional tour in summer of 2022 which featured five festival shows and three standalone shows in the UK. Aguilera and its songs received a combined total of seven nominations at the 23rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards, with the album being nominated for Album of the Year and Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album, making Aguilera the second most nominated female artist of the ceremony.Four years after her hip-hop- and R&B-indebted Liberation, Christina Aguilera returned to her family roots for her ninth album, Aguilera, a celebration of heritage and Latin genres. Her second Spanish-language effort after 2000’s Mi Reflejo, the set arrived in pieces throughout early 2022, split into three EP chapters she dubbed La Fuerza, La Tormenta, and La Luz. The trilogy came together that May, revealing one of the strongest statements for the singer since the 2000s. Buffered by a wide swath of subgenres like urbano, cumbia, reggaeton, and more, Aguilera finds its namesake invigorated and in top form. On early showstopper “Pa Mis Muchachas,” Aguilera recruits Becky G, Nathy Peluso, and Nicki Nicole for a star-studded empowerment anthem that ends with a shiver-inducing vocal run that could bring the house down. Across the album, big-bass boomers fit for blasting at maximum volume keep the energy elevated, with the popping “Como Yo” and the urgent “Traguito” as standout earworms. Slowing it down, the piano-backed ballad “Somos Nada” sits alongside its most heart-rending siblings on Stripped. Elsewhere, more traditional singalong moments such as “La Reina” and “Cuando Me Dé la Gana” slide up alongside sultry, yearning temptations like “Suéltame” and “Ya Llegué.” The project closes with the cinematic “No Es Que Te Extrañe,” an unexpected moment of high drama that was written about finding closure and forgiveness. Aguilera is a refreshing burst of artistry and heart from the Y2K generation’s strongest voice, adding an unexpected late-era highlight to her extensive catalog. – Neil Z. Yeung

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