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Selena Gomez announces her first full-length Spanish album. Here's when 'Revelación' drops

Cydney Henderson, USA TODAY
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Mark your calendars Selenators.

Selena Gomez, 28, announced on Instagram Wednesday that she's dropping her first ever Spanish-language album, titled "Revelación", on March 12.

"REVELACIÓN, my first ever Spanish EP, is out March 12. Preorder it tomorrow at 9 pm PT," Gomez captioned a stunning picture of herself wearing an all-red ballgown.

Her album name translates to English as revelation, an act of revealing or communicating divine truth, similar to what Gomez is musically experiencing. The Texas native said she's exploring music in another language because she's "so, so proud of my heritage."

"This is the beginning of something I’ve wanted to explore for so long. I hope you love it as much as I do," Gomez wrote on Instagram on Jan. 14.

Earlier this month, Gomez released her first single from the album, titled "De Una Vez." Her second single "Baila Conmigo," drops Friday.

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While talking about "De Una Vez" with Apple Music's Zane Lowe, Gomez said she's wanted to create a Spanish project for over a decade to pay homage to her Hispanic roots. In fact, Gomez believes she sounds better in Spanish.

"I actually think I sing better in Spanish," she said. "That was something I discovered. It was a lot of work, and look, you cannot mispronounce anything. It is something that needed to be precise, and needed to be respected by the audience I'm going to release this for."

She continued: "I think Spanish came very naturally to me. So there were obviously moments where there were specific timing, there were cues that were so quick that I had to learn that were challenging, but as far as being able to say, and speak, and roll my Rs, and do all of that, that's already in me, thank goodness."

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