Happy Birthday Selena Gomez: From ‘Hands To Myself’ to ‘Good for You’ here are Sel’s best songs that takes us through a nostalgic trip!

The world-famous Hollywood pop singer and actress Selena Marie Gomez has been in the spotlight ever since she rose to prestige as a young actor for her lovely role as Alex Russo in the Disney television series Wizards of Waverly Place and a pop singer.

As a Hollywood star, she is an epitome of tenacity and talent, from the wide range of her career to her massively followed personal life to her diagnose of persona illness, she has fought with her circumstances coming out more powerful. Today, as she celebrates her 29th birthday we have gathered 8 of her biggest and most loved songs. Let’s walk through them one by one.

1.Hands To Myself

Hands to Myself” is a song recorded by Selena Gomez for her second studio album, Revival. Musically, it is a dance-pop and synth-pop song covered by lightly clicking percussion, hand claps, a guitar riff and “tribal pop” synths. Throughout the song, Gomez uses both her higher vocal ledger for belting, as well as her lower range breathy vocals for the song. She clips her pronunciation of the lyrics, which detail sexual desire.

2.Lose You To Love Me

Lose You to Love Me” is another song by Selena Gomez, as the main single from Gomez’s third studio album, Rare. The song was composed by Gomez, Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter, and its producers Mattman & Robin. “Lose You to Love Me” is a pop ballad with certifying lyrics about finding one’s true self, supported by a choir, piano and strings.

3.Charlie Puth – We Don’t Talk Anymore (feat. Selena Gomez)

“We Don’t Talk Anymore” is a song by American singer Charlie Puth starring Selena Gomez, from Puth’s debut studio album Nine Track Mind. The artists co-wrote the song with Jacob Kasher, Puth elicited the song. The song was the third single from the album. Musically, it is a pop song with a tropical-inspired production.


4.BLACKPINK – ‘Ice Cream (with Selena Gomez)

Ice Cream is a song by a collab between South Korean girl group Blackpink and American singer Selena Gomez. It was released on August 28, 2020, as the second single from the group’s first Korean-language studio album, The Album. The song was composed by Gomez, Teddy, Tommy Brown, Ariana Grande, Victoria Monét, Bekah Boom, and Steven Franks, while Teddy Brown and Franks created the song. “Ice Cream” is an electropop and bubblegum pop song with components of the trap. Lyrically, the song mainly consists of ice cream-related double entendres.

5.Look At Her Now

Look at Her Now” was released on October 24, 2019, by Interscope Records as the second single from her third studio album Rare, a day after “Lose You to Love Me”. The song arrived in the top 20 on charts in Canada, the Czech Republic, Greece, Estonia, Hungary, Ireland, Malaysia, Norway, Singapore, Slovakia and Switzerland; as well as the top 40 in the United States, Australia, Austria, New Zealand, Portugal and the United Kingdom. The song earned honor from music critics, with many praising its production and self-confidence statement.

  1. The Heart Wants What It Wants

The Heart Wants What It Wants” was released on November 6, 2014, through Hollywood Records, as the only single from her collection album For You. The song was composed by Gomez, Antonina Armato, David Jost and Tim James. Armato and James, who all together form the production duo Rock Mafia, also produced the song. A mid-tempo pop and R&B track with a minimal electropop thump, its coexisting music video was premiered alongside the premiere of the song itself It is Gomez’s last release under the label.

7.Good For You

Good for You” is the lead single from Selena Gomez’s second studio album, Revival. It stars lyrics by American rapper ASAP Rocky. The song was composed by Gomez, Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter, ASAP Rocky, Hector Delgado, and its makers Nick Monson and Nolan Lambroza. Good for you is a torch song, it is a pop and electro-R&B slow jam with hip hop elements that comprise a mellow, low-key snap-drop hip hop beat reminiscent of unique, pitched-down Southern hip hop productions, minor sound bursts, percussion instrumentation, drum machines, airy and transparent synthesizer, and a minimalistic bass.

8.Bad Liar

Bad Liar” was a track written by Gomez, Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter, and its producer Ian Kirkpatrick. The song experiments with the bassline from Talking Heads’ single “Psycho Killer”, composed by David Byrne, Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth. An upright music video supported the release, coming to be the first music video to premiere on Spotify, where it was made available exclusively. The official music video directed by Jesse Peretz was released on June 14, 2017, on Gomez’s Vevo channel on YouTube, in which she portrays four characters.


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