Selena Gomez is giving the world the chance to come & get it a little earlier than expected…
The 20-year-old half-Mexican American singer/actress released her brand new single “Come & Get It” on Ryan Seacrest’s website Saturday, two days before it was scheduled for release.
The Spring Breakers‘ star had spent the last week teasing fans with snippets of the song, but released it in its entirety after the song leaked early.
The new single combines a Bhangra beat and vocal with a dance vibe and memorable bridge.
“You got the kind of love that I want, let me get that/ And baby once I get it, I’m yours; no take-backs/ I’m gon’ love you for life, I ain’t leaving your side,” she sings. “Even if you knock it, ain’t no way to stop it / Forever you’re mine, baby, I’m addicted; no lie.”
Gomez addressed the leak in a video message.
“Hey guys, so my song got leaked today, my first single,” she said. “I’m actually kind of excited because you can finally hear it! And I hope you guys like it.”
“Come *& Get It” received so much attention that it crashed Seacrest’s website.
“Can’t even stand it. #selenatorsarethebest,” she tweeted on Saturday and, one day later, she still seemed excited by the response.
“You guys made my day all day today. #Comeandgetitnow. Love you guys XOXO.”
Gomez is scheduled to perform “Come & Get It,” the lead single off her highly anticipated new album, at the MTV Movie Awards on April 14 when she takes the stage in Culver City.