Best Christina Aguilera Songs from the 2010s

theOpinionatedOne
In the late 90s and for most of the 2000s, Christina Aguilera was an unstoppable force as a pop music artist. Her subsequent work in the subsequent 2010s has not been quite as revered or popular. However, popularity and sales aside, Christina has still been releasing good and at times even great music. Here is my list of Christina's best songs from the 2010s.

The Top Ten

1 Your Body

Okay, as much as I dislike the Lotus album and how superior in quality Bionic and Liberation are compared to Lotus, "Your Body" is a completely undeniable bop. It is reflective of the album it comes from in terms of generic sound but in this case, generic works perfectly. - theOpinionatedOne

2 Twice

When I heard "Twice" for the first time, it resonated with me in a way Christina's songs hadn't since the Bionic era on songs like "I Am" and "Lift Me Up." The lyrics are profound and the melody nothing more than a simple piano accompaniment. But this is not only one of her best songs of this decade, one of her best overall. - theOpinionatedOne

3 Not Myself Tonight

This song is amazing, I don't care what anybody says about it being generic or trend chasing. It's a delight to listen to. - theOpinionatedOne

4 Bound to You

Aside from the Cher songs, this is the best offering from the Burlesque soundtrack. Have people forgotten Burlesque? Because Christina's acting in it was rather delightful. But the song, a schmaltzy Sia ballad, is one of those vocal power showcases Christina is known for and the movie and soundtrack needed it. - theOpinionatedOne

5 You Lost Me

When people heard this one, they immediately loved it because it was familiar power ballad territory for Christina compared to the predominantly electronic Bionic. Indeed, it's a special one. And its music video is one of her best yet. - theOpinionatedOne

6 Just a Fool

Again, I don't like the album but its two singles are truly great songs. Even though I'm not a Blake Shelton or even a country fan, this song works. I promise, this is the last Lotus song to appear in the top ten. - theOpinionatedOne

7 Maria

This song is not everybody's cup of tea per se. I however, love the message and the production on it. It's produced by Kanye West. And the message is what resonates with me. It's about having lost yourself and subsequently searching to find the person you used to be before the hardships of life changed you. And while it's very personal to Christina (whose middle name is Maria), it applies to a lot of people. - theOpinionatedOne

8 Fall in Line

This is the spiritual sequel to 2003's "Can't Hold Us Down" and while it's not as catchy or upbeat, its lyrics are more relavent than ever with the #TimesUp and #MeToo movements. And it's vocal performance is Christina's strongest since "Bound to You" from 2010. - theOpinionatedOne

9 Birds of Prey

This song is unlike any that Christina has released before. The swirling electronic arrangement has subtle hints of disco in its beats and her vocals are unusually relaxed on this song, while she adds flourishes of middle eastern style melismas towards the end. One of the most unique songs in her catalogue for sure. - theOpinionatedOne

10 Like I Do

This is without a doubt, the most DOPE song on Liberation. This should have been the lead single, NOT "Accelerate." Christina is carefree and bragging over intricate hip hop beats, reassuring us she's still the queen she's always been and nobody's going to take her title from her. Cause "baby you can't do it quite Like I Do." - theOpinionatedOne

The Contenders

11 Telepathy
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