Those who grew up in the ’90s are familiar with Christina Aguilera, who dominated the pop scene with her hits “Reflection,” “Genie in a Bottle,” and “What a Girl Wants.” This was followed by a string of hits in the 2000’s, when she released “Come On Over Baby,” “Lady Marmalade,” “Dirrty,” and “Beautiful.” Her musical career slowed in the 2010’s with her The Voice gig, but she’s back with a new music video for “Telepathy”!
“Telepathy” is a song Aguilera recorded for the Netflix show The Get Down, a musical drama about the fall of disco in the ’70s and the rise of hip-hop music.
The song was recorded as early as August, in time for the show’s release, but the video was only released a few days ago. It’s a self-produced short video that’s meant to be a thank you to her fans. According to her, “I wanted to make a fun video for my fans since ‘Telepathy’ from The Get Down is #1 on the Billboard Dance Club Songs Chart. Thanks to all the fans, radio and DJs loving the song!”
Watch the video below:
“Telepathy” features Niles Rodgers, and was written by Sia and Stargate.
Aguilera’s last album was Lotus, which was released in 2012. She said that she will work on new material after her stint on The Voice.
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