LOS ANGELES, Feb. 25 (UPI) -- Christina Aguilera is looking forward to releasing a new album, possibly later this year.
The 35-year-old singer discussed her various projects in an interview with Entertainment Tonight, saying she is hard at work on new music when not coaching on NBC reality competition The Voice.
"When I'm not doing The Voice, this particular time around, I'm working on multiple albums," she revealed. "One being a followup to my debut Spanish album, [and] a few solo projects with some incredible producers."
"I'm reuniting with [some producers] to make classic magic," she added. "I'm super, super excited. I'm more inspired than I've been in a really long time and it's been [a] really, really exciting time for me."
Aguilera released her debut Spanish-language album, Mi Reflejo, in 2000, and last released Lotus in 2012. The singer recently told The Hollywood Reporter she is waiting to share details about her new album until the project is more complete.
"I've been loosely working on it the last couple of years," she said. "But I really started toward the middle and end of last year to really buckle down and meet with new collaborators and producers, people I want to work with and people I have never worked with before."
"I can't say much about it yet because I want to wait until it's good and ready," she explained. "I am working on it and will be ready when it can be the authentic masterpiece that it deserves to be. But later this year, most likely."
Aguilera will return to The Voice on the Season 10 premiere Feb. 29 after a season-long hiatus to care for her 18-month-old daughter, Summer Rain Rutler. The singer is also mom to 8-year-old son Max Liron Bratman with ex-husband Jordan Bratman.