Xtina on Feminism, Domestic Abuse and Time's Up

Xtina on Feminism, Domestic Abuse and Time's Up

After six years away, Christina Aguilera has released her eighth studio album, Liberation, which sees the icon returning to her roots for a lineup of soulful, honest pop songs. Between her Kanye West-produced lead single "Accelerate," featuring Ty Dolla $ign and 2 Chainz, and follow-up track with Demi Lovato, "Fall in Line," Aguilera proves she "ain't built for no fake shit," as she sings on album highlight "Sick of Sittin." During our Transformation cover shoot, we sat down with Aguilera to expand on some of the topics addressed throughout Liberation, from feminism to domestic abuse. Watch her open up, below.

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Xtina on Feminism

Xtina on Domestic Abuse

Xtina on Time's Up

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Video: Grizz
Music: Paces & Hood Rich (Courtesy of etcetcmusic)
Photography: Zoey Grossman
Styling: Coline Bach
Hair: Rob Talty
Makeup: Kali Kennedy
Manicure: Allison Tu
Digital Tech: Dustin Welty
Photography Assistant: Phil Sanchez
Fashion Assistants: Stephanie Collinge, Kelsey Day, Amrita Dhaliwal, Daniel Gray, Erin Macdonald
Location: Smashbox Studios in Culver City, CA