Selena Gomez wears her heart of her CHEST in the cover art for her upcoming single De Una Vez… after murals referencing her work surface
Selena Gomez shared the cover art for her upcoming single De Una Vez – which means At Once – on Thursday to her Instagram account.
The song is set to be released on Friday and is speculated to originate from a potential Spanish-language album that the singer has teased in the past.
The 28-year-old star’s new track will also be accompanied by a B-side entitled Baila Conmigo.
Coming soon: On Thursday, Selena Gomez debuted the cover art for her upcoming Spanish-language single De Una Vez after numerous murals referencing her work appeared in Mexico
In the photo, the Come & Get It singer could be seen relaxing on a couch as she stared directly into the camera lens.
She was pictured wearing a floral printed dress with a heart-shaped brooch attached to its front; the clothing piece appeared to have a light inside of it as well.
The We Don’t Talk Anymore singer accessorized with a single gold ring on her left hand along with a set of large earrings.
Gomez’s beautiful brunette hair was allowed to hang down onto her shoulder; she also kept a number of flowers arranged on her head for the photoshoot.
Potential album: Gomez teased an entirely Spanish-language record back in 2011 and has not commented on it since; many of her fans have speculated that the single is reflective of the project’s impending release
While the Texas native has never confirmed the project, many of her fans have speculated that she has been secretly recording Spanish-language songs over the past few years.
In 2011, the singer made a tweet that referenced the project, which she has neither confirmed nor denied since.
The tweet read: ‘Can’t wait for y’all to hear the Spanish record 😉 It’s sounding so cool.’
After years with no mention of the project, a number of photos were posted to Twitter on Tuesday showing a number of murals that had been installed in the coastal Mexican city of Sayulita.
The news was originally broken by a fan account, who also published a photo of one of the murals being painted.
Street art: On Tuesday, a fan account shared images of a number of murals referencing the upcoming single’s release
Location: The artwork was installed in the coastal Mexican city of Sayulita and reflected the title of both the single and its B-side
In a recent interview with Billboard, the singer opined that 2021 would be a productive year for her, and teased that she had what was referred to as: ‘a whole little vessel of good things coming,’ which the publication speculated included a Spanish-language album.
She also spoke about her third album, entitled Rare, and how she was planning on upping the ante for her upcoming projects.
‘I would like to say that it was the best album that I’ve released so far. But that doesn’t mean that I’m not gonna challenge myself for the next,’ she opined.
Gomez also elaborated on the fact that Rare was released in the middle of a pandemic, and noted that: ‘it was so beautiful to see that my music could hopefully bring some people some sort of joy in the midst of it.’
Looking forward: During an interview with Billboard, Gomez stated that she had ‘a whole little vessel of good things coming’ for 2021; she is seen performing during the 2019 American Music Awards