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Will Selena Gomez release new music in 2023? That’s what you should say


Selena Gomez has ruled people’s hearts for over a decade now, both as an actress and as a singer. The 30-year-old pop star is currently busy filming the third season of the popular series Only Murders in the Building, alongside Steve Martin and Martin Short. While her fans love to watch her perform, they are also excitedly awaiting a new album or song by Gomez. Well, fans might be in for some exciting and happy news, as Selena spilled the beans about her upcoming music in a recent interview with Vanity Fair. Yes, you read that right! Selena will be releasing new music in 2023. Keep reading to find out.

Selena Gomez says her new music is about breaking free from relationships and darkness

While speaking to Vanity Fair recently, Selena opened up about an upcoming musical that she’s been working on for some time. The rare singer said that if it were up to her, she would have spent her life writing ballads. She said that she wanted to make people smile with her music. Elaborating, Selena added that her new music will be about the real things she walks through in life. She described it as “strong, powerful and very attractive”. Selena further said that the theme will be about freedom from relationships and freedom from darkness.

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When did Selena Gomez talk about her retirement from music?

While Selena has now teased her fans with details about her upcoming music, there was a time when she mentioned quitting music as well. In April 2021, Gomez expressed her doubts and reluctance to make new music to Vogue. The Lose You To Love Me singer said it was difficult for her to keep producing new songs when her music was never enough for some people no matter what she did. She said she wanted to try one last time with a “different” album before she “maybe” retires from music.

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Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.