Reflection Aguilera (Christina Aguilera)

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“Reflection ” is a song written and produced by Matthew Wilder and David Zippel for the soundtrack of the 1998 animated film Mulan. The song served as the debut single by American recording artist Christina Aguilera. In the months before the recording of the track, Aguilera approached RCA about recording a song for the film Mulan. She learned that Disney needed a singer who could produce a powerful, expressive tone in a range higher than most popular singers handle. Aguilera recorded herself performing the Whitney Houston song ” Run to You “, which displayed her abilities in this range. Disney representatives were impressed by her performance and contacted Aguilera. She flew to Los Angeles and spent a week recording the album.Critical response for “Reflection” was mixed, with reviewers considering it attractive but not especially memorable. The song’s commercial success funded Aguilera’s debut album from RCA, in addition to gaining her credibility amongst established writers and producers. Releases of the single were limited, which resulted in the track charting only on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart, at number nineteen. An accompanying music video for the song was included on the DVD release of Mulan. Aguilera has performed the track on four televised performances, including at the CBS This Morning show, which saw her gain the attention of songwriter Diane Warren.

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