Actress and singer Selena Gomez released her album “Rare” on Friday, her third studio album.
“Rare” appears after five years since “Revival”, which was certified platinum, and comprises 13 tracks, among which the singles “Lose You To Love Me” and “Look At Her Now”, released in October of last year, within 24 hours.
“Lose You To Love Me” is also Gomez’s first single to reach the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
27-year-old Gomez – a former Disney star and was also in the spotlight for her relationship with Justin Bieber, then undergoing a kidney transplant – said of her third album as well more “significant”. In the songs included on the disc, she talks about love, health problems, and social media issues, where she was often harassed.
Gomez is followed by 165 million Instagram users.
Selena Gomez, born July 22, 1992, in Texas, became famous as a teenager when she starred in the Disney Channel series “Wizards of Waverly Place” (2007 – 2012). At the end of August 2016, he announced that he would take an indefinite career break to recover from a difficult period, marked by panic attacks and depression, which could be the side effects of lupus disease. diagnosed in 2014. The artist also canceled half of her “Stars Dance” tour, in 2014, after that diagnosis. He also released studio albums – “Stars Dance” (2013) and “Revival” (2015).
He recently starred in Woody Allen (“A Rainy Day in New York”) and Jim Jarmusch (“The Dead Don’t Die”) and announced the launch of a cosmetics line.