Selena Gomez has dropped hints on her new album on social media shortly after Ryan Tedder shared some details about his collaboration with her.
The 24-year-old It Ain't Me hit maker teased the release of her upcoming musical project SG2 on Twitter and wrote, "Something new is coming. Sign-up to be the first to know."The message immediately captured the attention of her 47 million followers.
While a Selenator wrote, "SG2 is coming yall", another stated, "OMG OMG OMG finallyyyyyyyyy!!!! #sg2 is coming guyssssssss." Some of her admirers, such as Gabriel, also claimed that she is hinting about her new single, as he wrote, "first single?"
"Release a new single sel or confirm the dates of #sg2," commented a social media user, as another netizen added, "Omg I'm so excited I can't wait I hope that we don't have to wait to long for the news."
The fans of Gomez have been eagerly waiting for the release of her upcoming album SG2 for over a year and recently Tedder shared some details about it. "I won't go in to detail other than to say we did a very, very, very heartfelt goose-bumpy mid tempo, "he said while interacting with a representative of Access Hollywood.
Earlier this week, Gomez said she is really unhappy to be famous and feels guilty about the privilege. "I feel like I'm just starting, but I think I'd be fine if it all went away," she said.
The former Disney star also said her mother Mandy Teefey helps her a lot to maintain the work-life balance. "From the moment I started singing, she always reminded me that all of this was a privilege, and could be taken at any moment," she continued.
"So singing is not how I define myself. I try to keep my identity rooted in my friendships and my faith," Gomez told photographer Brandon Stanton at the Met Gala.
“I feel like I’m just starting, but I think I’d be fine if it all went away. I get that from my mother. From the moment I started singing, she always reminded me that all of this was a privilege, and could be taken at any moment. So singing is not how I define myself. I try to keep my identity rooted in my friendships and my faith.” (Link to entire collection of Met Gala stories can be found in bio.)