Selena Gomez left us speechless, just a few days ago, with the release of the song ‘De Una Vez’. The artist decided to recover her roots to present a song entirely in Spanish.
We must bear in mind that this had not happened since the release of the album 'Revival'. Selena Gomez's fans welcomed "Once upon a time." What's more, it sneaked directly into the main sales and reproductions charts on half the planet. As information to take into account, this first single from the artist's new stage has been produced by Tainy. This artist has worked with great references such as Bad Bunny, Anuel AA, and J Balvin.
Selena was not going to be left with only one song in Spanish, well we already know that her next album will represent her Latin roots and it will be all in this language. Selena's new song is called 'Baila Conmigo'. And it will not be a solo release, since it will feature the collaboration of one of the benchmarks and most coveted Latin artists today, Rauw Alejandro. The Puerto Rican, who is at his best on a professional level and has taken this opportunity to work with the artist on this song in Spanish.
'Baila Conmigo' is scheduled to be released on January 29, nothing more and nothing less. In this way, it seems that Selena Gomez is trying to release several singles in a short time. Everything so that his followers can fully enjoy everything he is preparing.
But everything does not stay there! We have also come to another conclusion: This second single, 'Baila Conmigo', confirms Selena Gomez’s great commitment to music in Spanish. What is a fact is that this next single will be one of the most popular in 2021. The American artist has returned to stay.
So much was the fury that this feat generated that both artists, Selena and Rauw Alejandro, became a Trend on Twitter. Surely we can expect a well-moved track (simile "Taki Taki"?) And if there is a video clip, better, because this will be A-bomb!
The former Disney girl announced "Revelation", her first EP in Spanish, to be released on March 12. Although her fans defend that Selena Gomez also represents the Latino community (she has Mexican ancestry) and that is why she suddenly decides to sing in Spanish, the truth is that many rumors run that after the global boom of Bad Bunny, it is more a bit of marketing that in honor of its roots, what do you think?