Thirteen songs will appear on the November 13 album's standard version, including its lead single, "Your Body," as well as tunes with sassy titles like "Red Hot Kinda Love" and "Cease Fire."
There are also two duets with two of her "The Voice" co-mentors on the album, "Make the World Move" with Cee Lo Green and "Just A Fool" with Blake Shelton. The deluxe edition will feature four more tracks, "Light Up the Sky," "Empty Words," "Shut Up" and "Your Body Martin Garrix Remix."
Two days before she drops the album, she will take the stage at the American Music Awards. And for anyone wondering what she might do once she gets there, she teased that fans need to look no further than the album's semi-nude cover.
"It's very exciting. It's definitely going to be a reflection of what Lotus means to me," Aguilera told MTV News. "If you take that album cover and give it a little performance twist, I'll bring that album cover to life, so it's going to be really fun."
In addition to her forthcoming project, Aguilera is currently serving time in the swerving chairs of "The Voice." And, she previously explained to us that her work on the show has affected her music.
While her album might be inspired by "The Voice," she shared with ABC News earlier this week that she doesn't feel the need to emulate the likes of Simon Cowell for her gig on the show. "I was like, 'Man, that's not what it's about!' I didn't want to treat people like that," Aguilera said. "I wanted to do 'The Voice' to show that we can be positive. We don't have to knock people down."
The full tracklist for Aguilera's Lotus standard issue is:
»"Army Of Me"
»"Red Hot Kinda Love"
»"Make The World Move" (featuring CeeLo Green)
»"Let There Be Love"
»"Sing For Me"
»"Around The World"
»"Best Of Me"
»"Just A Fool" (with Blake Shelton)