Christina Aguilera Returns With New Kanye West-Produced Single “Accelerate"

The song also features Ty Dolla $ign and 2 Chainz.

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Christina Aguilera recently announced that she’s dropping a new album titled Liberation this year, making it her first album since 2012’s Lotus. For her first single, “Accelerate,” Kanye West is the man behind the boards while the cut features verses from Ty Dolla $ign and 2 Chainz. The song is an intense pop song that blends old-school Chicago techno, hip-hop and electro; it can live in the clubs, at a cookout, or in the gym.

The video, directed by fashion photographer Zooey Grossman, goes up to the NSFW borderline, but Aguilera shines as she licks milk out of a cup and gets covered in oil.

Liberation drops June 15 via RCA. Watch the video for “Accelerate” above.

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