Christina Aguilera, Former Voice Coach, Now Believes It's a Bad Music Show

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Christina Aguilera Says 'The Voice' Was An 'Energy Sucker': 'It's Not About Music'

As most fans know, Aguilera served as a coach in Season 1 and then again from 2011-2016.

After spending 6 seasons as a coach on The Voice Christina Aguilera is declaring her independence from the franchise and telling all. "You realize it's not about music".

Though reluctant to talk about her time on "The Voice", as the singer prefers to focus on more positive things, Aguilera did reveal that her time on the show was a lot more restrictive than she could deal with long-term, calling it a "churning hamster wheel" that was just about "making good TV moments". She later took to Snapchat to share a cute video with Levine and Shelton gloating about the win, taken during obviously happier times on the show.

"I didn't get into this business to be a television show host and to be given all these [rules]", she said. "I've stepped so far away from that little girl, and if that means going away for a little while and figuring out who you are again and what you need to say, then that's what you need to do". "I've been placing myself on the again burner". I would find myself on that show desperately trying to express myself through clothing or makeup or hair. As told by the singer in an interview with Billboard, the new album is inspired by hip-hop and it displays the song together with Kanye West. "It was my only kind of outlet", she said. She's new Studio album, stars - Liberation, which is scheduled for release on June 15. The last minute of the track has Christina bringing the tempo down even further in an nearly breathy, post-sex kind of way as she repeats "ooh ooh ooh / ooh ooh ooh" and ends with hypnotically pretty, harmonised falsetto runs that fans may be feel are similar to songs like "Sex For Breakfast" from "Bionic". Her last was 2012's Lotus. The new album features collaborations with Ty Dolla $ign and 2 Chainz, with two tracks produced by Kanye West. Head of A&R at record label RCA, Keith Naftaly stated that "Liberation" is a reflection of Aguilera's personal taste as well.

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