American singer, songwriter, actress, and television personality, Christina María Aguilera, has released her new song, “Pa’ Mis Muchachas,” featuring Becky G, Nathy Peluso, and Nicki Nicole.

Born December 18, 1980 and referred to as the “Voice of a Generation”, the singer is credited as one of the artists responsible for reviving teen pop in the late 1990s and using her vocal ability to address such topics as sexuality, feminism, and domestic violence.

Aguilera has frequently reinvented her image, becoming known for her risqué and unconventional looks. Her works have generated both critical praise and controversy in the media, with which Aguilera is often cited as an influence by other artists.

Born in New York City and raised in Pennsylvania, Aguilera began her career as a child star after appearing in various television programs during the 1990s, including The Mickey Mouse Club (1993–1994). In 1999, after signing a recording contract with RCA Records, she transitioned to pop music with her self-titled debut album, which had three Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles: “Genie in a Bottle”, “What a Girl Wants”, and “Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)”, establishing her as a bubblegum pop artist.

With estimated sales around 75 million records, Aguilera is recognized as one of the world’s best-selling music artists; in 2009, she was classified by Billboard as the twentieth most successful artist of the 2000s.

Throughout her career, Aguilera has accumulated numerous awards and accolades, including five Grammy Awards, one Latin Grammy Award, two MTV Video Music Awards (VMA), one Billboard Music Awards, one Guinness World Record, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and was named a Disney Legend.

Aguilera is often considered to be one of the greatest singers of all time by magazines such as Rolling Stone and Consequence of Sound, and was chosen the greatest of Latin origin by Latina.

In 2013, Time elected her as one of the 100 most influential people in the world, while she has been listed as one of the most influential artists in the phonographic industry by VH1 and The Independent.