Selena Gomez Announces Her Second Spanish Single "De Una Vez"

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Photo credit: selenagomez - Instagram
Photo credit: selenagomez - Instagram

From Seventeen

Fans of Selena Gomez who have been hoping to see what is next for the singer in her post-Rare era are finally getting a special treat.

Sel made a surprise announcement on her Instagram that her brand new single, "De Una Vez", which translates to "At Once", will be released on January 15.

The single will be her return to Latin music after she appeared in DJ Snake's track, "Taki Taki", which also featured Ozuna and Cardi B. She also took out a Spanish version of her hit single "A Year Without Rain" called "Un Año Sin Lluvia" back in 2010 and a duet version of Selena Quintanilla's hit song, "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom", in 2012.

Fans have long been speculating of a possible return to Spanish music after many of them found clues of billboards and murals in Latin America. One fan found several pieces featuring "De Una Vez" and "Baila Conmigo," meaning "Dance With Me."

Selena also had some fun with fans, especially as many of them have been hoping for a Spanish record for some time now. She retweeted an old tweet from 2011 where she wrote, "Can't wait for y'all to hear the Spanish record ;) it's sounding so cool." Sel added, "I think it will be worth the wait," with a tongue out emoji.

There's no official word just yet if this will just be a single or a full Spanish album, but we're definitely keeping our fingers crossed that she has more coming up.

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