Selena Gomez to Perform “Baila Conmigo” with Rauw Alejandro at Premio Lo Nuestro

Selena Gomez is taking her Spanish turn to Univision

The 28-year-old Mexican American singer/actress will make her debut at this year’s Premio Lo Nuestro awards show.

Selena Gomez, Rauw Alejandro, Baila Conmigo

Gomez will take the stage to perform “Baila Conmigo” alongside Rauw Alejandro live for the first time.

“Baila Conmigo” is Gomez’s second Spanish-language single released in 2021, following “De Una Vez.”

Both singles form part of her forthcoming album “Revelación,” scheduled for release on March 12.

Premio Lo Nuestro airs live February 18 on Univision.

Selena Gomez Releases Rauw Alejandro Spanish Collaboration “Baila Conmigo”

Selena Gomez is urging you to dance with her…

Only two days after revealing that her first-ever Spanish-language EP, Revelación, will be released this spring, the 28-year-old Mexican American singer has dropped the Rauw Alejandro-assisted and Tainy-produced single “Baila Conmigo.”

Selena Gomez, Rauw Alejandro, Baila Conmigo

“Dance, dance, dance with me/ Dance, dance and I’ll follow you/ Come closer, come get loose/ Don’t leave me without making me want to come back,” Gomez sings on the flirty track (translation via Genius).

The song comes two weeks after “De Una Vez,” a rhythmic pop song about healing and self-worth that was produced by Tainy, Albert Hype, Jota Rosa and Neon16.

Gomez also unleashed the official music video for “Baila Conmigo.” While Gomez only appears for a few seconds, the vibrant video is still a visual treat, as two young lovers dance on a beach and ride motorcycles.

Gomez’s Revelación EP will come out on March 12.

 

Selena Gomez to Release First-Ever Spanish-Language EP in March

Selena Gomez is switching tongues in a big way…

The 28-year-old Mexican American singer/actress has officially announced plans to release her first-ever Spanish-language EP is set on March 12.

Selena Gomez

Titled Revelación, the album will follow Gomez’s singles “De Una Vez,” which arrived on January 16, and the Rauw Alejandro-assisted “Baila Conmigo,” which will be released on Friday, January 29.

“Revelación, my first ever Spanish EP, is out March 12,” the singer tweeted to her over 60 million followers. “Preorder it tomorrow at 9am PT.”

News of the EP comes a day after Gomez announced the Tainy-produced “Baila Conmigo.” She shared a photo on social media that shows Selena rocking her shoulder-length hair, a fitted dress with a red-orange spotlight.

Earlier this month, the multi-hyphenate dropped “De Una Vez,” her first Spanish single in a decade, produced by Tainy, Albert Hype, Jota Rosa, and Neon16. In the song, Gomez opens up about healing from a previous relationship and discovering her self-worth.

The rhythmic pop tune scored Gomez her second top five on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart as “De Una Vez” debuts at No. 4 on the January 30 survey, which arrives two years since her first No. 1: DJ Snake’s bilingual “Taki Taki,” which also features Ozuna and Cardi B.

 

Selena Gomez Releases Spanish-Language Single “De Una Vez”

Selena Gomez is officially switching tongues…

The 28-year-old Mexican American singer/actress has released her highly anticipated Spanish-language song “De Una Vez,” a rhythmic pop track that touches on healing and empowerment.

Selena Gomez

“I am incredibly proud of my Latin background,” Gomez said about her new single in a statement. “It felt empowering to sing in Spanish again and ‘De Una Vez’ is such a beautiful love anthem.”

The track, produced by Tainy, Albert Hype, Jota Rosa and NEON16, premiered alongside a music video directed by Los Pérez.

The visual finds Gomez in a mythical house surrounded by magical visuals, where she steps into rooms representative of her evolution.

Toward the end of the video, the words “Baila Conmigo” emerge, hinting at a potential second Spanish single.

Following the release, she posted on Twitter: “This is the beginning of something I’ve wanted to explore for so long. I hope you love it as much as I do.”

It’s safe to say that fans love “De Una Vez” already, with a fan posting, “Selena you sound so good the vocals I’m shaking.” Another wrote, “it’s a masterpiece.”

Earlier Thursday, Gomez confirmed she was dropping a Spanish song, releasing the cover art for “De Una Vez.” She then retweeted her 2011 tweet where she had teased Spanish music was coming. “I think it will be worth the wait,” she added.

“De Una Vez,” released via Interscope Records and UMG, drops just a few days after zealous fans started speculating on social media that she’d drop Spanish-language music soon after several murals promoting new music were spotted across Mexico. “Mexican Selenator took a picture with a painted wall in Sayulita, Mexico,” the fan page Selena Gomez Worldwide tweeted.

The song is the singer’s second Spanish-language track. She released “Un Año Sin Lluvia,” the Spanish version of her hit single “A Year Without Rain,” in 2010.

Selena Gomez’s Fans Speculate That She’ll Release Spanish Music in the Near Future

Could Selena Gomez be switching tongues?

The 28-year-old Mexican American singer/actress’ fans believe that Gomez has new music is on the way: a Spanish-language project.

Selena Gomez

“10 years later, she’s coming!” reads a fan tweet responding to a tweet from Gomez in 2011. The singer expressed almost a decade ago: “Can’t wait for y’all to hear the Spanish record 😉 it’s sounding so cool.”

Selenators speculate that Gomez will soon release two Spanish-language songs titled “De Una Vez” and “Baila Conmigo” after various promo murals started popping up across Mexico.

“Mexican Selenator took a picture with a painted wall in Sayulita, Mexico,” tweeted fan page Selena Gomez Worldwide.

Meanwhile, the “Look At Her Now” singer, who hasn’t confirmed new music, recently teased the second season of her HBO Max cooking show Selena + Chef with a new trailer featuring the show’s second lead star, her grandfather.

“As you all know by now, I’m not the best cook,” she confesses during a voiceover in the clip. “But I’m not going to stop trying to get better. So I’m back in my kitchen to get schooled by the best chefs.”

Gomez will return to HBO Max on January 21.

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Jennifer Lopez Earns 18th No. 1 on Billboard’s Dance Club Songs Chart with “Baila Conmigo”

Jennifer Lopezhas an extra special reason to dance…

The 50-year-old Puerto Rican superstar tops Billboard’s Dance Club Songs Chart (dated Feb. 29) for an 18th time, as “Baila Conmigo” rises 2-1. 

J.Loreplaces Madonna’s “I Don’t Search I Find” on the chart to earn her 18th career No. 1 on the chart. 

Her string of chart-toppers officially spans four decades; she first ruled the chart with “If You Had My Love” in 1999.

Lopez’s newest song may not be familiar to the English-speaking U.S., but it’s already a huge hit in Latin America: “Baila Conmigo,” a brassy, hard-driving club record originally produced by Dayvi and Victor Cardenas and sung by Kelly Ruiz.

But J.Lo sings stern, rapid-fire lines over the track’s martial horns,and she also adds an “oh-oh-oh” chant that’s guaranteed to play well during her next arena show.

Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart ranks the top songs in night clubs based on DJ playlist data.

Jennifer Lopez Releases New Dance/EDM Single “Baila Conmigo”

Jennifer Lopez is on the hunt for a dance partner…

After spending all summer celebrating her 50th birthday with the It’s My Party tour, the Puerto Rican superstarhas released a new single, “Baila Conmigo.”

Jennifer Lopez

The track, produced by Servando PrimeraDavid SánchezVictor Cárdenas and Luis Barrera, is a Spanish-language Dance/EDM track with lyrics about wanting to spend a special night at the beach dancing until the sunrise. 

“Dale que dale mas duro que la música rompe los muros que solo bailando me curo baila conmigo,” sings J.Lo.

The new song comes weeks after Lopez announced that she’ll be performing at the 2020 Super Bowl Halftime Show alongside Shakira.