Christina Aguilera - AGUILERA

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It's really nice to see her getting this recognition at this stage in her career. I still hate how mishandled the era was, because it feels like she could have had some proper international hits with some of these singles, but at least the work is being acknowledged. I wonder if it'll inspire her to lean more into Latin music going forward, I think it's a smart lane for her.
 
It's really nice to see her getting this recognition at this stage in her career. I still hate how mishandled the era was, because it feels like she could have had some proper international hits with some of these singles, but at least the work is being acknowledged. I wonder if it'll inspire her to lean more into Latin music going forward, I think it's a smart lane for her.

The fact ''Santo'' was not a global smash hit like, say, ''Chantaje'' is a crime.
 
I wonder if Xtina/her team are satisfied with how AGUILERA did or if they hoped for better. It obviously didn't set any charts alight, but I think that was to be expected with the extraordinarily messy rollout. It seemed like they were really pushing it for it to make a splash at the Latin Grammys, and in that sense I guess it did its job.
 
I do think that Aguilera, both as a project and as a rollout had potential to be better.

It's done well and as, almost a passion project for Christina, we can be satisfied. But having C. Tangana, Karol G and possibly a Rosalía collaboration on the back burner, the nonsensical EP drops and the weird promotion has left me with a sense of "what if...".

Either way, having Christina actively releasing music and enjoying the heck out of herself is amazing, though.
 
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She won her first Grammy in 2000 though. And although it was as a result of her debut in the 90s, it wasn't specifically for that music - as it was Best New Artist - nor was it won in the 90s. Hate to be a stickler but that just got my back up.
 
She won her first Grammy in 2000 though. And although it was as a result of her debut in the 90s, it wasn't specifically for that music - as it was Best New Artist - nor was it won in the 90s. Hate to be a stickler but that just got my back up.
While that is true, cause it was awarded to her in 2000, it was for the 1999 awards.

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Either way 3 decades, 4 decades, still impressive.
 
She won her first Grammy in 2000 though. And although it was as a result of her debut in the 90s, it wasn't specifically for that music - as it was Best New Artist - nor was it won in the 90s. Hate to be a stickler but that just got my back up.

Nope.

  • Aguilera won her first career GRAMMY for Best New Artist at the 42nd GRAMMY Awards for 1999, the fourth of seven straight female winners in the category. Christina Aguilera performed a medley of "Pero Me Acuerdo de Ti" and "Falsas Esperanzas" from her 2000 Spanish-language album Mi Reflejo at the 43rd GRAMMY Awards in 2001.
Source: https://www.grammy.com/artists/christina-aguilera/1097
 
The eligibility period always ends in September - so if she was awarded in February 2000, her performance for the year 1999 was the one that was reviewed. Hope that makes sense.
 
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