Christina Aguilera and Demi Lovato release new song 'Fall In Line'

Demi Lovato Lends Vocals to Christina Aguilera's 'Fall In Line' - Listen Now!

Demi Lovato Lends Vocals to Christina Aguilera's 'Fall In Line' - Listen Now!

The new song is taken from Aguilera's forthcoming sixth album "Liberation" set for release on June 15 via RCA Records.

Separately, she's been teasing her new single with Demi Lovato, "Fall in Line", a song she describes as an empowering hymn for women, and which W suggests could easily be interpreted as a response to the #MeToo and Trump era.

Naturally, Twitter was beyond excited to see the two juggernauts collaborating together, including Lovato herself. You are truly a GEM, I have enormous love and respect for you! "It's such an honor to lend my voice to this anthem for women with one of the most inspiring individuals I've ever met". You are an inspiration for future young girls of your generation. Demi and Xtina followed each other on Instagram shortly after, with Demi citing Christina as the main influence behind her latest album Tell Me You Love Me around the same time. "Well, sometimes I wonder what is the meaning of my life / I found the price of love and lost my mind / I will forgive them all of my wrongs and my rights / I'd do it all again and won't think twice", she belts on the stunning chorus.


In an interview with Billboard published on the same day "Accelerate" dropped, Aguilera opened up about her collab with Lovato. In the recent May 5 issue of the publication, Aguilera confirmed the duet.

"Kanye, you know, he says things", Aguilera said. On the track, Aguilera and Lovato encourage girls to know their worth, understand that they're more than their bodies and age, and speak out against the patriarchy.

Christina and Demi acknowledge that people might always try and bring you down and silence you, however, you are your own person. "We went through a few names of women".

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