Fans waiting for Selena Gomez’s first Spanish-language project finally have a release date. The pop star announced today (Jan. 27) that she will release her EP Revelación in March.
Gomez first teased the release of Revelación earlier this month with the dreamy single “De Una Vez.” That song was produced by Puerto Rican hitmaker Tainy, who appears to be the lead producer behind the project.
Yesterday, Gomez announced that her follow-up single “Baila Conmigo” featuring rising Boricua star Rauw Alejandro will be released this Friday (Jan. 29).
In the stunning cover artwork for Revelación, she is wearing a red gown among a completely red backdrop.
As if that cover photo wasn’t enough of a serve, Gomez later uploaded another shot from Revelación, where she’s sporting a denim suit, while rocking a headpiece full of flowers.
Revelación will be available for pre-order starting tomorrow (Jan. 28) at 9PM PST / 12AM EST. At that time, she will also premiere the music video for “Baila Conmigo” with Rauw Alejandro.
Revelación is not Gomez’s first Spanish-language release in her career. In the past, she has released Spanish versions of her hits “A Year Without Rain” and “Who Says.” Gomez was also invited to record a digital duet with the artist she’s named after, Selena Quintanilla, in 2012. She put her vocals on an updated version of “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom.”