Selena Gomez is back to solo music with ‘Single Soon’, a talented, fun and flirty song. Watch the video below.
Produced by Benny Blanco and Cashmere Cat, ‘Single Soon’ is a great dance floor song that sees Gomez trade a relationship for her own freedom. Lyrics “I’m picking this dress / Tryin’ on these shoes / ‘Cause I’ll be single soon / I’ll be single soon / I know it’s gonna be a mess / When I break the news / But I’m gonna single soon” which emphasizes that the singer will not spend another minute hanging on old.
The music video was directed by Philip Andelman and begins with Gomez writing a note reading ‘I’m sorry I can’t, don’t hate me’ and leaving it on an ex-boyfriend’s desk. New York, in which the main character, Carrie Bradshaw, breaks up with her partner through a sticky note. From there, Gomez wears a sparkly dress, reunites with her friends and toasts her freedom as she dances the night away.
Last week, Gomez announced that she would be releasing a new song to entertain her fans as she works to complete her third album. Via Instagram, he shared a photo of the song’s artwork with a caption that read, “You all have been wanting new music for a while. Since I’m not done with SG3 yet, I wanted to write a fun song that put out. some time ago. weather and it’s perfect for late summer.”
The pop singer discussed her next musical direction following the premiere of her documentary My Mind and Me on AppleTV+. Speaking to Vanity Fair earlier this year, she explained that if it was up to her, she would continue to write ballads for the rest of her life, but she wants to produce music that makes people smile.
“The music I’m making now is real things I’m going through. It’s very powerful, strong, very pop. In general, the theme is freedom: freedom from relationships, freedom from darkness,” he explained to the publication. ..
In other news, Fred Again… recently shared a new song with Gomez.
During a recent live performance over the weekend, the DJ/producer played a previously unreleased track featuring Gomez’s vocals and a sample of Laura Rivers’ 1967 song “That’s All Right.”
Gomez recently starred in the third season of the Emmy-nominated series There Are Only Murders in the Building alongside Steve Martin, Martin Short and Meryl Streep. A trailer for the new season was released earlier this month.