Christina Aguilera links up with Becky G, Nicki Nicole on a new single “Pa Mis Muchachas” featuring Nathy Peluso
The new single “Pa Mis Muchachas” celebrates Latina sisterhood by featuring global Latin music superstar Becky G, explosive Argentine rising star Nicki Nicole and Spain-based provoking songwriter and rapper Nathy Peluso.
As always, her show-stopping delivery along with the voices of Becky G, Nicki Nicole, and Nathy Peluso, take the spotlight with spirit, soul, strength, and style on the hook. The song unites some of the boldest powerhouses in Latin music and culture, heating up each verse.
Christina shares, “‘Pa Mis Muchachas’ embodies the spirit of being a strong woman and empowering other strong women; the track is paying tribute to the generations before us who made us who we are, and to the present-day women around us who are inspiring future generations. This is also a song about owning who you are and accepting others free of judgment” expressed Christina.
The song was composed by Christina Aguilera, Nathy Peluso, Nicki Nicole, Becky G, Kat Dahlia, Yasmil Marrufo, Jorge Luis Chacín, Yoel Henríquez; produced by Rafa Arcaute and Federico Vindver and co-produced by Afo Verde.
Featured along with the release, the video for “Pa Mis Muchachas” was directed by Alexandre Moore. Recorded in Buenos Aires, Los Angeles, and Madrid it is another testament to the infectious star power of these dynamic Latin artists. The video will make its broadcast premiere on MTV Live, MTVU, MTV Latin America, and on the Viacom CBS Times Square billboard.
The album earned Aguilera a Latin GRAMMY® Award for “Best Female Pop Vocal Album,” and notably reached No. 1 on the Billboard “Top Latin Albums” and “Latin Pop Albums” charts, becoming “the best-selling Latin pop album of 2000.” It garnered a six-times Latin platinum certification from the RIAA.
Now, after 22 years, Christina Aguilera has returned to her Latina roots with reignited passion. She spoke to People about what to expect, as the publication excitedly announced, “Xtina is tapping into her Latina roots once again.” Meanwhile, Insider promised, “In order to capture the most authentic sound, Aguilera made sure to work with artists immersed in the genre.”