Christina may leave record label RCA. Is Christina Aguilera geared to leave her record label, RCA? There were rumors that RCA would drop Christina because her latest album, Bionic, tanked by selling just over 200,000 copies, but they quickly denied any chance of dropping the pop diva. However, word is that Christina will leave RCA because the label did not allow her the artistic freedom to create the album she wanted to release. Years before the release, while she was working on Bionic, she proudly discussed collaborators such as Goldfrapp, Diplo, Ladytron, DJ Premier, Santigold, and The Neptunes.
She also added that she was inspired by motherhood and pregnancy after having her son Max in 2008. That did not come through in Bionic, which sounds more like a poor sequel to 2002’s Stripped. The first single, “Not Myself Tonight,” left fans scratching their heads while Christina was writhing around in dominatrix gear. Christina may leave RCA for a multi-million dollar deal with LiveNation, a less totalitarian option for artists that does not take the copyrights from the artists. A few acts that are signed to LiveNation are Jay-Z, Madonna, U2, and Shakira. Christina has reportedly quit doing anything with Bionic and is now putting her energy in her film co-starring Cher, Burlesque, which is in theatres November 24.