Christina Aguilera’s New Sound Is “Caviar Ratchet” According To Producers Da Internz
It looks like Christina Aguilera is returning to the urban-pop sound of her 2002 masterpiece Stripped — at least according to producers Da Internz. They recently spoke with Rap-Up about working on Xtina’s new LP and described the vibe as “caviar ratchet.” (Excuse me while I dab the tears of joy from my eyes). “The best way I can describe it is called that gourmet ratchet,” the producers behind ass-friendly hits like Rihanna‘s “Birthday Cake” and Nicki Minaj‘s “Anaconda” said.
“It’s upper echelon music with ratchet hood drums,” they continued. “It’s caviar ratchet… we’re servin’ it on gold platters. You want to know what Christina’s music sounds like? 14K caviar ratchet serving with three finger tips.” In other words, Sextina is back and the world is truly not ready! In October the Lotus diva announced that she was working on new music and used the mysterious hashtag FireAndFun. Is that the title or just the hitmaker’s new motto? I guess we’ll have to wait and see. Watch Da Internz’s video interview after the jump.
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