The song opens with the lyrics: "Little girls / Listen closely / 'Cause no one told me / But you deserve to know / That in this world / You are not beholden / You do not owe them/ Your body and your soul". Now, the pop diva has unveiled a third single - this time teaming up with Demi Lovato.
Fall In Line was believed to be recorded in the autumn of 2017.
The song's dramatic midtempo beat invokes an nearly march-like movement that is reminiscent of these political connotations, setting an empowering mood. "It's just the way it is / And maybe it's never gonna change / But I got a mind to show my strength / And I got a right to speak my mind", Aguilera and Lovato sing in the song's chorus.
Demi then teased the song further in February of this year, speaking with Billboard: "I did a collaboration with one of my biggest idols".
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Christina tweeted, "To anyone who's ever felt silenced and repressed, the truth seekers and bold thinkers... may you liberate your voice and break the mold, never back down, and never fall in line".
The song was released today (May 16), ahead of its live premiere at the Billboard Music Awards 2018 on Sunday (May 20).
"Fall in Line" featuring Demi Lovato, along with "Twice" and "Accelerate" featuring Ty Dolla $ign and 2 Chainz will be included on Aguilera's upcoming sixth studio album Liberation, which will be released on June 15th via RCA Records. Pick it up on Amazon.
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