After a lengthy wait (and a delay), Selena Gomez's new album has a release date and it seems the pop titan is set on starting 2020 on a new note.
On Thursday (November 21), the pop titan, 27, updated her website to include the big news, announcing the sophomore set will drop on January 10, 2020. The 13-track collection is currently available for pre-order under the name, SG2. Among the two titles that we can expect from the upcoming set include the previously released, "Lose You To Love Me" and "Look At Her Now." Gomez teased the announcement a day earlier with a montage of several black and white throwback shots of the star.
Gomez spoke about the follow-up to 2015's Revival in our recent interview with the chart-topper. "I sound like such a nerd, but I cannot wait for this to come out," she gushed of the project. "It has taken a few years, and things that started in the beginning are solid and still a part of my record, and then some just came naturally and just ... it was so easy. I mean, I shouldn't say that. I was actually kind of a nightmare, but it was very easy to me when I sat down with the records and said, 'This is exactly how it's supposed to sound.'"
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