Updated 06:28 AM EDT, Wed, Apr 21, 2021

Christina Aguilera Unveils New Song ‘Anywhere But Here’ From ‘Finding Neverland’ [Listen]

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Christina Aguilera joins a bunch of artists contributing to the Broadway concept album titled "Finding Neverland." Just recently, the singer released the lyric video for the ballad "Anywhere But Here," one of the songs included in the upcoming album

Listen to Aguilera's latest song below. You can download some tracks from the album on iTunes and Amazon

"Anywhere But Here" was unveiled online on Tuesday, May 19, The Huffington Post reported. It serves as a re-imagining of the opening song from the Broadway musical "Finding Neverland," which follows the story of "Peter Pan" author J.M. Barrie. "Glee" actor Matthew Morrison sang the original "Anywhere But Here" in the Broadway stage production, which also stars Kelsey Grammer.

The musical album, which is set for release on June 9, also features songs from Jennifer Lopez, John Legend, Trey Songz, Zendaya, Nick Jonas, Rita Ora, and Ellie Goulding, The Huffington Post listed.

According to Republic Records exec Tom McKay, the 15-track album is all about "getting a chance to see some of the biggest names of music stepping outside of their normal lane and what we're used to hearing from them," Latina reported.

McKay added, "In essence, fans of these artists will discover the story and the play in a way they wouldn't have otherwise, and on the flip side, fans of the play will discover some of these artists in a way they might not have in their daily lives."

"Anywhere But Here" comes after the release of Aguilera's other brand new track titled "Shotgun," a song which debuted in an episode of ABC's "Nashville," PEOPLE wrote. "Shotgun" placed at No. 3 on the iTunes Top 100 Country Songs chart.

"I really love the song. It speaks to long-lasting love, the roads it takes, the turns it makes and how it lasts forever," said Aguilera of "Shotgun," a separate report from PEOPLE quoted. "When I perform it, I really think of that older couple who have been through it all and who have stood the test of time with the changes that their relationship goes through."

Christina Aguilera Impersonates Fellow Singers

Aguilera already did a killer Britney Spears impression on "The Tonight Show," but it looks like the 34-year-old songstress isn't done with imitating other famous artists.

Just recently, Aguilera also copied Miley Cyrus, fellow "The Voice" judge Shakira, Lady GaGa, Cher, and Sia, MTV reported.

The singer's mimicry made quite an impression on Lady GaGa, who tweeted Aguilera with: "This is my favorite thing I've ever seen! @xtina I miss you and your sweet funny self!"

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