Selena Gomez has alluded to the release of her forthcoming album.
Selena Gomez thinks it may be “time to start sharing” new music.
The 22-year-old actress-and-singer released her first solo album, Stars Dance, in June 2013 and the record went gold on American music charts.
On Monday Selena shared a black-and-white image of herself in a recording studio with fans online and in the image caption she seems to address the release of fresh songs.
“As I have a last listen, I thought a lot about my year. I thought a lot about my voice. And after a year of holding on. I think it’s time to start sharing. #November,” she wrote in her Instagram post.
It seems Selena may have been referring to her forthcoming compilation album, For You. The LP will be her final release with Hollywood Records, as she recently signed a new contract with Interscope.
Former Disney star Selena has been dramatically revamping her career of late, as she’s recently taken on a string of mature roles in films like Spring Breakers, Rudderless and Behaving Badly.
And she recently assured fans there are more exciting career developments to come.
“Lately, I’ve been begging people to just take an audition with me,” she told Entertainment Tonight previously. “I’ve got a few surprises coming up. Within the next two months I think people will be seeing some stuff that I’ve been working on the past year.”
In October, the Come & Get It singer revealed a relocation might also be in the works, as she’s interested in finding a new place to call home as she matures.
“I’d love to spend time in New York, I’ve always said that I want to have a love affair and live there,” she told E! News. "Taylor [Swift] has been begging me to live there.”
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Tuesday, 04. November 2014