For months, fans of Selena Gomez have been speculating that she’s been working on a new studio album, and she’s just confirmed it.
On Thursday, through various social media platforms, the 27-year-old revealed not only the title of the project but also its artwork and release date.
Gomez’s highly anticipated studio album, which she describes as “the most honest music” she’s ever made, is called Rare and will be her first solo record in nearly five years.
Rare will serve as the followup to 2015’s Revival and will be released through Interscope Records in less than a month.
The 13-track compilation will comprise original new tracks and feature contributions from Kid Cudi and 6lack.
An American Target-exclusive edition of the album will feature five additional songs, with guest spots from Gucci Mane, Kygo and Marshmello.
Though Rare drops on Jan. 10, 2020, vinyl variants of the album will be released on Feb. 21.
The record can now be pre-ordered or pre-saved here.
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Lead singles Lose You to Love Me and Look at Her Now are now available through all major streaming platforms.
- Dance Again
- Look at Her Now
- Lose You to Love Me
- People You Know
- Let Me Get Me
- Crowded Room (feat. 6lack)
- Kinda Crazy
- Cut You Off
- A Sweeter Place (feat. Kid Cudi)
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