Pop diva Christina Aguilera, coming off a career-best first week sales number for her third album Back to Basics, is now teaming up with Clear Channel Radio to start the company's brand new video on-demand service. The new service, called Video Six Pack, will feature six music videos Aguilera will choose herself. Her own videos will also be available, including the one for her current top 10 hit, "Ain't No Other Man."
Fans will be delighted to know the service will also stream six tracks from her new album as well as a recorded interview with radio personality JoJo Wright.
"We first made our stations available to stream, then ventured into on-demand with Stripped and Sneak Peek, so this is just the next natural extension," said Evan Harrison, the executive vice president for Clear Channel's online division.
Clear Channel is also responsible for "Stripped," a popular series of live sessions with artists like Carrie Underwood, Natasha Bedingfield, Nelly Furtado, and Jewel – where artists preview their upcoming material.
This is just one stop in the storm that is Aguilera's promotion for Back to Basics, which she has said is heavily influenced by the '20s, '30s, and '40s. Not only did she pose for a sexy sailor-inspired Rolling Stone cover but she has also appeared on David Letterman, British show T4, Good Morning America, had an MTV special called All Eyes on Christina Aguilera, as well as an MTV concert special previewing her new material, and now is gracing the cover of the newest edition of Advocate magazine.
In the interview, she finally confirms her newest single is the "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" spinoff dance tune "Candyman," and that a very fun concept video is coming very soon. She'll premiere the single at the MTV Video Music Awards Thursday night.
The magazine also features a gorgeous spread, with pictures from a photoshoot she did – obviously referencing old Hollywood sirens like Marilyn Monroe. Aguilera also discusses her love for video games, gay marriage, as well as her own marriage to music marketing executive Jordan Bratman.
The Clear Channel Video Six Pack is already available on their website, and September's issue of the Advocate is on newsstands now.