When Is Christina Aguilera's New Song 'Pa' Mis Muchachas' Released?

Christina Aguilera, the five-time Grammy Award-winning artist, is slated to release a new song this week. The singer-songwriter shared hints about her upcoming track titled "Pa' Mis Muchachas" on social media.

The new song features Latin Grammy Award-nominated artists Becky G, Nicki Nicole and Nathy Peluso.

When Is Christina Aguilera's New Song Released?

According to the artist's social media post on Monday, Aguilera's new track is slated for release this Friday, October 22.

In October 18 posts shared on Twitter and Instagram, Aguilera wrote: "Pa' Mis Muchachas @iambeckyg @nathypeluso @nicki.nicole Viernes [which means Friday in Spanish]."

The new song is currently available to "pre-save" on Spotify and Deezer and "pre-add" on Apple Music.

Will There Be a New Christina Aguilera Music Video?

In an earlier post on Monday on both social media feeds, Aguilera shared a mysterious video clip hinting a possible music video is in the pipeline for the forthcoming track.

The 15-second snippet featured two women walking into what looked like a party or bar scene, against a backdrop of guitar string sounds, before the video faded out.

According to comments on the Instagram post, Victoria Villarroel (Kylie Jenner's former assistant) and her sister Sofia may be the two female leads in the clip, Billboard reported Monday.

The sisters, who founded the Gonza swimwear brand, were reported to have shared the video clip on their Instagram stories, according to Billboard.

The clip shared on Twitter had more than 528,000 views, while the footage shared on Instagram had over 434,000 views at the time of reporting.


— Christina Aguilera (@xtina) October 17, 2021

Is Christina Aguilera Releasing a New Album?

Back in March, sharing images of a sound board and herself sitting in what appeared to be a studio, Aguilera tweeted: "So excited & inspired right now!! Fighters - I can't wait to share everything with you in time. The craft & commitment to creative is key."

According to Billboard, in April the artist revealed she was working on a Spanish-language album, which marks her second Spanish album in over two decades after her 2000 album Mi Reflejo.

In an interview with Billboard in July, Aguilera said: "It's a big deal right now and it's really nostalgic and part of my Latin culture and history," speaking about her upcoming Spanish LP.

"So, this is really, really fun to get into some family roots and explore who I am now as a woman musically. Things are coming from a different approach," she said at the time.

Christina Aguilera at the 2019 AMAs.
Christina Aguilera attends the 2019 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California. Rich Fury/Getty Images

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