Selena Gomez has unveiled a brand-new Spanish language song, “De Una Vez,” which means “At Once.”
“De Una Vez” arrives almost a decade since her last Spanish single, “Un Año Sin Lluvia,” which was a remake of her 2010 English song with her band The Scene, “A Year Without Rain.” For her latest release, Gomez teamed up with a group of Latin creators including Bad Bunny’s frequent collaborator Tainy and producer Jota Rosa.
“I am incredibly proud of my Latin background,” the pop star said in a press statement. “It felt empowering to sing in Spanish again and ‘De Una Vez’ is such a beautiful love anthem.”
The song dropped alongside a gorgeous music video directed by Mexican duo Los Pérez (aka Tania Verduzco and Adrián Pérez). In it, Gomez wakes up in a magical house that slowly crumbles as a tornado sweeps through.
Last year Gomez returned to music after four years with Rare. The album, which received a deluxe edition in April, included the smash hits “Lose You to Love Me” and “Look at Her Now.” In 2020, the singer also jumped on collaborations with BLACKPINK and Trevor Daniel.
Watch her latest video for “De Una Vez” below: