“The pandemic was very uncomfortable …”

Selena Gomez on the success of her Spanish songs, struggling with a pandemic and more! (PC: still from Baila Conmigo)

Selena Gomez is currently running the music business. Beauty always comes with music that surprises but excites everyone. She has released some charts including Rare, Same Old Love, Dance Again, Back To You among others. The pop sensation recently released back-to-back Spanish tracks – De Una Vez and Baila Conmigo.

De Una Vez and Baila Conmigo are a tribute to the native language of Sel. The songs became hit parades within minutes of their release. In fact, the singer-actress feels like she sings much better in Spanish!

Speaking of Baila Conmigo, the song was released a week ago. Ask about her idea behind the creation, Selena Gomez shared: “This is something that I wanted to do for 10 years, working on a Spanish project, because I am so proud of my heritage and felt really like I wanted it to happen. And it happened, and I feel like it’s the perfect time. With “Baila Conmigo”, I want to make everyone dance. The song recognizes the isolation we are facing right now, and it’s about the music that connects us all.

The song is also meant to be a relief in the midst of the pandemic! But how was the difficult phase for Selena Gomez? “At first, the pandemic was very uncomfortable, all the more because of the anxiety I was carrying with everything that was going on, as well as the feeling of isolation. But eventually I started to walk into a place where I was really writing and being active. Baila Conmigo portrays this isolation and how we are all together through music, if not physically, ”Selena replied.

Baila Conmigo has already garnered 31 million views on YouTube and Selena Gomez is overwhelmed. “It’s incredible. I have wanted to do this for 10 years and I am absolutely amazed at the incredible response, ”she said.

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