Selena Gomez has announced her first-ever Spanish language EP Revelación with the song “Baila Conmigo.”
Produced by reggaeton hitmaker Tainy, the track—which means “Dance With Me” in English—is a sultry slow jam featuring Puerto Rican singer Rauw Alejandro. On it, the pop stars show off their explosive chemistry by pleading to each other to “come closer, come get loose.” “So dance, dance, dancе with me / Dance, dance, I’ll follow you / Kiss mе just once / So I’ll have a reason to see you again,” they duet on the chorus.
“Baila Conmigo” was paired with a fittingly tropical-themed visual directed by Brazilian filmmaker Fernando Nogari. In it, a bored young woman from a fishing village spends her days learning how to dance so she can capture the attention of the town’s heartthrob. Meanwhile, Gomez and Alejandro make brief appearances on the woman’s television screen.
Revelación is set to arrive March 12 and will include her previously released single “De Una Vez.” The song marks Gomez’s first Spanish single since 2010’s “Un Año Sin Lluvia,” which was a remake of her English track “A Year Without Rain.”
While you wait for her new EP, watch the video for “Baila Conmigo” here: