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Selena Gomez Announces New Album After Four Year Hiatus

MUSICSelena Gomez Announces New Album After Four Year Hiatus
Image courtesy of Interscope Records.

Selena Gomez has been on a sort of hiatus over the last four years since releasing her album, “Revival” in 2015. She cancelled the latter part of her 2016 tour to take care of her health, seemingly going off the grid for a few months. Selena has released a few songs throughout those four years, but mostly as a feature in songs like “Wolves” with Marshmello, “Taki Taki” with DJ Snake, Ozuna and Cardi B, and “I Can’t Get Enough” with benny blanco, Tainy and J Balvin. She’s kept busy as an executive producer on the controversial Netflix show 13 Reasons Why which has been renewed for its fourth and final season.

In September 2017, Selena revealed on Instagram that she had undergone a kidney transplant, with Grown-ish star Francia Raisa donating her kidney. In late October 2019, Selena surprised fans by dropping two new singles, “Lose You to Love Me” and “Look At Her Now,” with LYTLM becoming her very first #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. And now, the singer/actress has officially announced her highly-anticipated comeback album.

The album, which is temporarily named “SG2” until there’s an official title, will have 13 songs on the standard album while the deluxe edition will have 18. The official title and tracklist will be announced soon. The album is available to pre-order/pre-save now, with multiple bundles available on Selena’s official online store.

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The album will officially release on January 10, 2020. Currently, there is no word on a tour but Selena has expressed a desire to be on stage again and meet her fans, so there’s no doubt we’ll hear talk of it either shortly before or after the album’s released.

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